Locate a charger

Coming Soon*

*These are planned charging station locations. Completed locations are subject to change. Please check back on this site for future updates.

Electrify Canada Expansion. Map of Canada with approximately 30 light blue dots denoting stations in operation or development as of January 5 2022. The same map has approximately 60 light green dots denoting Planned Boost locations. Network map coverage for illustrative purposes only.

Charging into the future

We know how important Electric Vehicle travel is for Canadians. That’s why Electrify Canada plans to increase its current commitment of 32 stations to an expected more than 100 charging locations and 500 chargers by 2026. The “Boost” expansion plan aims to build the network coverage from four to nine provinces, facilitating travel from Halifax, Nova Scotia in the east to Victoria, British Columbia in the west. Electrify Canada will bolster its network in the four provinces it currently offers service increasing the number of stations in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec.

What Happens When I Arrive?

Person plugging EV charger into EV charging port

Step 1: Plug

Electrify Canada stations offer CCS and CHAdeMO connectors, so almost every EV model on the road can charge with us. And our chargers automatically give you the fastest charge your car can handle.
Person preparing to swipe or insert credit card to pay for EV charging. Members can pay with their phone and the Electrify Canada app.

Step 2: Pay

You can see the cost-per-minute on the charger screen—or on our app—before you begin your session.
You get 2 ways to pay:
Woman using her phone to pay at an Electrify Canada charging station

Step 3: Charge

Need to step away? The Electrify Canada app tracks your charging progress and can notify you when your vehicle's ready. If you don't have the app, you can get text messages from the charger.
Child sleeping with headphones on during a car ride

Step 4: Go

Ready to roll! When you're fully charged, charging stops automatically. To make sure everyone gets a chance to charge, ten minutes after charging stops, we add an idle fee of $0.40 per minute to your session bill.

Frequently asked questions about public charging