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Electrify Canada Celebrates Earth Day With Free Charging Sessions

If you own an EV and was planning on a road trip, tomorrow, Earth Day, is the day to hit the road


  • Starting at midnight tomorrow, EV owners will not be charged for a charge.

  • Free charges can be had at all Electrify Canada ultra-fast charging stations.


Electrify Canada wants to promote Earth Day and encourage people to get out and drive their EVs. Starting at 12:00 a.m. EDT April 22 on through to 3:00 a.m. EDT April 23, all EV drivers across all provinces will get no-charge charging sessions at Electrify Canada stations.

“Driving electric is an impactful action consumers can take to help reduce their carbon footprint and Electrify Canada is excited to celebrate this by offering free charging sessions on Earth Day,” said Giovanni Palazzo, president of Electrify Canada. “We are proud to help lead an electric vehicle revolution by enabling electric transportation for Canadians, on Earth Day and every day.”

2020 Porsche Taycan 4S | Photo: Olivier Delorme

Electrify Canada has 22 charging stations in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia. Each of them is equipped with four 150kW or 350kW chargers which provide Canadians with the fastest public EV charging available.

The company is planning on adding 10 more stations, for a total of 32 charging stations, for a grand total of 128 individual fast chargers by the end of 2021.

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