September 2022 EV rebates, river quiz September 2022 What prevents many British Columbians from buying an electric vehicle? For many, it's the cost of a new EV. That's why CleanBC has revised its new EV rebates to help make EVs more attainable for those with lower incomes. Also this month, find out how well you know B.C.'s rivers, we show how B.C. schools are making moves to be more sustainable, and a new e-bike partnership uses clean electricity to power up commutes in Vancouver. Pop quiz: How well do you know our rivers? Take our fun quiz and learn a few cool things about B.C. rivers, which help us power the province with clean and affordable electricity. EV rebates recharged to aid affordability Combined rebates up to $9,000 for new EVs, and new SUVs, minivans, and pickups now in the mix. Learn more B.C. schools going green from the ground up Students, teachers, and architects all involved in helping schools make the grade. Learn more BC Hydro helps bring e-bike sharing to Vancouver The city's popular bike-sharing program has been expanded to include e-bikes powered by water. Learn more Recently on BCHydro.com B.C. residents keep pets cool, despite costs New research from BC Hydro finds pets might be one reason why air conditioning use is on the rise in B.C. Learn more Beauty isn't just skin deep in this Island home A Team Power Smart member relies on smart thermostats and upgraded insulation for comfort and energy savings. Learn more Join our Peak Rewards program, save up to $160 Our Peak Rewards trial is about limiting peak time energy use in B.C. through smart devices. Learn more LEDs help keep YVR on 'greenest airport' flight path We've helped Vancouver International Airport upgrade more than 20,000 lights throughout the terminal with LED bulbs. Learn more Log in to MyHydro Outages & safety Accounts Contact us Energy savings You've received this email because you subscribed to receive the Connected newsletter.