City of Dorval first to offer assistance for residential charging stations
Residential charging stations – Wishing to encourage the development and the use of greener vehicles, including electric vehicles, the City of Dorval adopted, at its council meeting in January, a financial assistance program for the purchase and installation of a residential charging station for electric vehicles.
Here are the main highlights the Dorval offers assistance for residential charging stations program:
- Retroactive, effective as of January 1, 2019
- A subsidy of 50% of the costs incurred, up to a maximum of $500
- One reimbursement per residence
Dorval has become the first municipality on the island of Montreal to offer such a program, details on which can be consulted at www.city.dorval.qc.ca.
“We are truly proud to offer such a program to Dorval residents”, says Dorval Mayor, Edgar Rouleau. “We are certain that it is an important step towards progress and we hope that many citizens will be able to profit from it in the coming years”.
In addition to all this, the City of Dorval has recently purchased two new 100% electric vehicles. This allows the municipality to further increase its fleet of electric vehicles and it is another concrete gesture that leads Dorval on a green ecological path!