October 2019

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October 2019

There's never been a better time to get behind the wheel of an EV in B.C. New rebates can make it easier than ever to charge at home, with rebates of up to $700 on home chargers. If you're not sure about making the switch, check out our new cost calculator to see if an EV is right for you. We speak to one of the fittest men in the world, B.C. adventurer Greg Hill, about his plan to climb 100 peaks without fossil fuels. Plus: you might want to enter our new contest.

Win an electric bike, Parks Canada pass and more, plus rebates on EV chargers for your home

Win an electric bike, Parks Canada pass and more, plus rebates on EV chargers for your home

We're back with new rebates and a new contest for fall. Get up to $700 off home EV chargers, plus enter to win the grand prize or weekly prizes.

See all the details and enter now

Do the math: how much could an EV save you?

Do the math: how much could an EV save you?

Our new calculator lets you compare gas and zero-emission vehicles. See how much you might save by making the switch. Learn more


Small appliances can save your Thanksgiving feast

Small appliances can save your Thanksgiving feast

Or at least save you money. A reminder of some of our favourite efficient recipes for the holidays that use small appliances. Learn more


Electric adventurer: Greg Hill hits the road – and the mountains – in an EV

Electric adventurer: Greg Hill hits the road – and the mountains – in an EV

We chat with B.C. adventurer and electric vehicle superfan Greg Hill about his journey, and his adventures. Learn more


Dave's Renovation: coming to the Vancouver Fall Home Show

Dave's Renovation: coming to the Vancouver Fall Home Show

Don't miss Dave's renovation and garage at the Vancouver Fall Home Show at the Vancouver Convention Centre October 24 – 27. Use the promo code BCHYDRO to save 50% on admission tickets. Learn more

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B.C. drivers fueling misconceptions about EV charging

Our latest report takes a look at what British Columbians know – or think they know – about public charging stations and home charging for EVs. You might find it surprising. Learn more

6 things to help you learn more about Indigenous culture

If your favourite fall plans involve curling up with a good book or listening to a new podcast, allow us to offer a few suggestions. Learn more

Cooler weather is a chance to check in

With colder winter temperatures just around the corner, don't forget to log in to MyHydro and and see how your usage compares to the outside temperature.

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Our new contest is here

Enter to win weekly prizes and the grand prize of an electric bike from now until November 10.

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