EV-charging at Home Subsidy Scheme

Bolt HK has been included in the list of service providers for the EHSS

If you have any enquiries, please contact Mr. Tsang at 2764-7638

Application Process










The above information is subject to the government website,
please click here to learn more about Steps to Participate in the EHSS

Eligibility
  • it is ancillary to one or more buildings (other than a house or a village house) which is / are –
    1. mainly for domestic use;
    2. not under any known or existing re-development / demolition plan on the date of application; and
    3. with building plans firstly submitted to the Buildings Department for approval before 1 April 2011;
  • it is not a temporary car park or on a site granted by or leased from the Government under short term tenancies;
  • it is not subject to any contract or agreement made by the applicant with any other parties for the provision of electric vehicle charging services to the users of the car park; and
  • it –
    1. must contain 10 or more eligible parking spaces;
    2. has less than 60% of the total number of the eligible parking spaces in open area; and
    3. is in multiple ownership with no owner owning more than 40% of the total number of the eligible parking spaces in the car park.

The above information is subject to the government website,
please click here to learn more about Eligibility
Coverage of the Subsidy
The subsidy will in general cover the costs of employing a consultant and a contractor for the installation of EVCEI in the car park concerned, including the costs of using the designated web platform for procurement of services of consultant and contractor. The EVCEI installation works to be covered include installation and upgrading of cable containment / trays / trunking, protection devices, distribution boards, conduits, switches, cables / wirings, isolators, alteration and addition to switchgear, meter boards for installation of electric meters, fireman’s emergency switch, and associated builder’s works required. Modification to the existing charging facilities to integrate with the EVCEI to be installed under the EHSS may also be covered, subject to approval of the EPD. The subsidy will not cover a load management system for the EVCEI installed or to be installed under the EHSS.
Ceiling of Subsidy
The total subsidy for all eligible parking spaces and car parks in a development must not exceed the ceiling of subsidy for any single development. The ceiling of subsidy is set at $30,000 per eligible parking space covered by the installation works as approved by the EPD, or $15 million in total for the entire development (regardless of the number of car parks or applications submitted), whichever is lower.
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