Pollution Probe GM DCCP - More Info

Recipients under this program must be validly incorporated or registered in Canada, including not-for-profit and for-profit organizations such as:

Individuals, single-family homeowners, and federal government departments are ineligible for this round of funding.

Locations for EV charging station installations under this program include:

Public Places

Public places include privately and publicly owned and operated spaces. Examples include, but are not limited to: service stations, retail / grocery stores, restaurants, schools / campuses, hospitals, malls, golf course / country club, gyms / fitness center, entertainment venues, city infrastructure (parks, community centers, library, city halls, pools, arena’s, etc…)


On-street charging refers to curbside charging infrastructure managed by local governments for public use.

Multi-Unit Residential Building (MURB)

MURB charging refers to 24/7 public charging infrastructure in residential buildings with commercial spaces.

Maximum reimbursements cannot exceed total eligible expenses. Only 5 dual chargers with a maximum reimbursement of $100,0001 per project site is allowed.


  • All charging stations must be connected (i.e. can communicate to other stations and/or to a server or the cloud through cellular/wireless signal or connected vehicle communications using software to report on usage and/or other capabilities).
  • All stations must be owned by the applicant/funding recipient.
  • All stations must be a new or expanded charging site (not replacements for older charging stations).
  • All stations must be FLO CoRe+ MAX 19.2kW 80A level 2 stations, with Ultium and dealer branding in a dual side by side pedestal configuration.
  • Applicants may only apply for a maximum of 5 dual chargers per project site, per dealer community.
  • All stations must be operational by either March 31, 2024, or March 31, 2025. However, applicants can select which year they propose to complete their projects by. Reimbursements can only apply to project expenses incurred between project start date2 and the proposed completion date.
  • Applicants will be responsible for maintaining3 the charger for its full useful life (approximately 10 years).
  • Applicants will cover all project costs, upfront, with eligible expenses being reimbursed by NRCan, GM, and participating dealerships in one lump sum payment following the submission and assessment of all project completion documents (paid invoices, proof of ownership or access to install sites, “before and after” photos, etc. Payment will be made after Pollution Probe receives respective funds from all parties.

1. $50,000 NRCan; $30,000 GM; $20,000 GM Community Dealer
2. Project Start Date is the date on which the contribution agreement is counter-signed by Pollution Probe.
3. 5years FLO performance warranty and 10 years Global Management Service fees are mandatory requirements of the program and are not considered eligible expenses – your FLO representative will provide further details

Eligible Type of Infrastructure Output Maximum Funding per Dual Port Charger
Level 2 (208/240 V) dual port
19.2 kW
Up to 50% of total eligible project costs, to a maximum NRCan funding of $10,000. Additionally, GM will fund $6,000 and GM Community Dealers will fund $4,000 per dual port charger to a maximum of 5 dual ports per site.

What is the DCCP?
Canada’s largest EV charging incentive program with funding support from GM, its participating dealers, and NRCan. This initiative will accelerate the transition to Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEVs) by providing access to new Dual Port Level 2 EV charging stations in communities across Canada.

What are the rebate details?

NRCan funding will cover 50% of all eligible project expenses up to a maximum of $10,000 per dual port charger. GM funding adds $6,000 per dual port L2 charging station to a maximum of five (5) dual port charging stations per project site. Local Community GM Dealerships will fund an additional $4,000 per dual port L2 charging station to the maximum five dual ports per project site.

What expenses are  eligible?
Eligible expenses for reimbursement can include charger equipment, installation costs, construction expenses, electrical work, permits, and other costs directly associated with the installation of the charging stations. FLO’s maintenance and management service fees are not eligible. Additionally, all taxes are not eligible. 

Are there any requirements for the charging stations?
The chargers must be FLO CoRe+ MAX 19.2kW 80A level 2 stations, with Ultium and dealer branding in a dual side by side pedestal configuration. They must be connected or have the ability to communicate with other stations or a server/cloud using cellular/wireless signal or connected vehicle communications.

How does the reimbursement process work?

Site hosts are responsible for covering all project costs upfront, however eligible expenses will be reimbursed through funding by NRCan, GM, and participating dealerships. Upon completion of projects, site hosts must submit all project completion documents, such as paid invoices, proof of ownership or access to install sites, “before and after” photos, etc. for assessment. Pollution Probe will assess the claims and after receiving the funds from the respective parties, reimbursements will be paid out in one lump sum payment to each site host.

How is the funding amount determined for each applicant?

The NRCan portion of funding will cover up to 50% of the project costs to a maximum of $10,000 per dual port charger. The funding from GM and its community dealer for the project site, together, will cover $10,000 per dual port charger to a maximum of five dual port chargers per site. For example, if all eligible project costs total $103,000 for 5 dual port chargers, the eligible funding amount to be reimbursed will be $100,000. 

* Note: Dual port charger refers to a pedestal install with two charging ports

How can I apply for funding under this program?
After approval of project sites by GM Canada and its local community GM Dealerships, complete and sign the three application documents found under the Apply Now button below and submit them to Pollution Probe via email to ftran@pollutionprobe.org.

Natural Resources Canada: Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program

Natural Resources Canada: Electric Charging and Alternative Fuelling Stations Locator

General Motors Announcement

Company Presentation

FLO for Business

Commercial Charging Stations for EVs

FLO CoRe+ MAX Spec Sheet

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Pollution Probe is a national, not-for-profit, charitable organization that exists to improve the health and well-being of Canadians by advancing policy that achieves positive, tangible environmental change. Pollution Probe has a proven track record of working in successful partnership with industry and government to develop practical solutions for shared environmental challenges. Established in 1969, it is one of the oldest continually operating environmental NGOs globally.

Contributing to the decarbonization of Canada’s transportation sector is one of Pollution Probe’s core objectives. We have a long history of facilitating ZEV deployment efforts and providing ZEV-related expertise to all levels of government and private sector stakeholders. Our transportation team understands not only the strategic importance of charging infrastructure, but the key stakeholders involved in delivering it and the rationale for deploying different types of infrastructure in different locations to optimize utilization rates and ZEV deployment in general.

All correspondence related to this program can be directed to:

Fern Tran
Director, Pollution Probe
(416) 926-1907 x 234

General Motors is a global company focused on advancing an all-electric future that is inclusive and accessible to all. GM is committed to delivering a simplified, efficient and accessible charging experience for all EV drivers. Expanding charging access is an important step in our zero crashes, zero emissions, zero congestion strategy. To make this happen, we’re collaborating with Pollution Prove and NRCAN, working to streamline the charging experience and helping to close charging equity gaps in our communities.

We believe the democratization of charging is vital to accelerating the mass adoption of EVs. Our goal is to simplify the charging experience for EV owners at home and in public and to help ensure that critical charging infrastructure is available to all.

More information on the company and its subsidiaries, visit gm.ca.

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