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Parks, Recreation & Culture » Sustainable Kamloops

Going Electric to Eliminate Fossil Fuels

Did you know that over 60% of the greenhouse gas emissions in Kamloops originate from on-road transportation? The City of Kamloops is taking steps to promote and support the switch from fossil fuels to electric alternatives. Here are the steps we are taking...

100% Electric

In 2013 the City of Kamloops installed two electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. Both charging stations are OPEN to the public; and FREE of charge.

City of Kamloops EV Charging Station Locations

Level 2
The Visitor Centre1290 Trans-Canada Hwy has a Level 2 EV charging station, which charges both electric and hybrid vehicles. It is a 60 AMP station with a 2-3 hour charging time.

DC Fast Charge
The Tournament Capital Centre910 McGill Road has a Direct Current Fast Charging station, which charges 100% plug-in electric vehicles. It will complete a full charge in 30-60 minutes.

Charging instructions visit: charge.greenlots.com (Registration required)
Or scan the QR code at the station using the Greenlots App.

The funding for these EV charging stations was received from the Province of BC and BC Hydro through the Clean Energy Vehicle Program and the Community Charging Infrastructure Fund.

Did you know that Kamloops now has 11 Level 2 EV chargers and one DC Fast Charger? To find more resources on electric vehicles and EV station locations in Canada visit www.plugshare.com or www.e3fleet.com/plugin_bc.html.

Additionally, the City has acquired its first fully electric vehicle - the Nissan LEAF.

The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department has entered in a sponsorship agreement with Nissan Canada through River City Nissan. Watch for this innovative ride on display at Tournament Capital Centre and at City events. The car will also be on-road, driven by the Sustainable Kamloops team.

About the Nissan Leaf

  • The Nissan LEAF seats 5 and travels at speeds up to 144 km/h.
  • The LEAF runs on laminated lithium-ion batteries.
  • The LEAF's battery can last for years, and is backed with an 8-year, 160,000 km battery warranty.
  • The LEAF has all the latest in technology from an advanced navigation system, to Bluetooth and iPod connectivity.
  • The travel range of the Leaf is 128 km.

Contact
Shannon Hardman
Sustainability Coordinator
955 Concordia Way - Public Works Centre
Kamloops BC V2C 6V3
ph (250) 828-3731
email shardman@kamloops.ca

Note: All correspondence is entered into our system and will be directed accordingly. The City of Kamloops will endeavor to contact you within two business days. Thank you.

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