The British Columbia government is doubling its EV incentives for some businesses.
The actual name of the program is Special Use Vehicle Incentive and it applies to a wide range of businesses differently.
Local governments, the public sector, and non-profit organizations can get 33 percent of the cost of an electric vehicle up to $ 100,000. Previously, this incentive only went up to $ 50,000. The hotel and tourism industries can recoup 66 percent of an electric vehicle up to $ 100,000.
This incentive does not allow companies to buy Teslas, but instead focuses on buses, food delivery trucks or battery or hydrogen transport trucks. Specialty-use vehicles such as motorcycles, electric cargo bikes, and low-speed utility trucks also ...