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Change Mobility For Climate workdmark with electric vehicle, charger and e-bike in background

Our city is becoming more sustainable and resilient. The City's Electric Vehicle (EV) Strategy identifies how we can make it easier for people to own an electric vehicle and will ultimately help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is one of the City’s top priorities. Our transportation choices play a critical role in helping us achieve our goals. Walking, biking and taking transit are all ways to reduce our environmental impact. We know that cars will continue to be a part of Edmonton’s transportation system but we need to think about how we can shift away from fossil fuels and towards electrification. Electric vehicles are one way to limit our environmental impact from personal vehicles.


Charging Stations

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ATCO Electric Vehicle Curbside Project

As part of the five-year project, ATCO is installing up to 5 dual-port Level 2 curbside charging stations on-street curbside City parking spaces. The cost to charge your electric vehicle will be $2.50 per hour plus parking fees.

For More Information

City Environmental Strategies

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10111-104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
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Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311


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