City of St. Albert – EV Charging Stations 

This project was funded through the Electric Vehicle Charging Program

City of St. Albert

2023Completion Year

$270,978.98Project Cost

$195,085.99MCCAC Funding


As part of the Electric Vehicle Charging Program (EVCP), the City of St. Albert now has ten new level 2 electric vehicle charging stations. Each of the EV charging stations has two plugs that can be used simultaneously and are located at located at four different locations throughout the City.   

  • Servus Credit Union Place – Four level 2 Flo Dual Chargers – Eight plugs total 
  • Fountain Park Recreation Centre – One level 2 Flo Dual Charger – Two plugs total 
  • Naki Transit Centre – Two level 2 Flo Dual Chargers – Four plugs total  
  • St. Albert Place – Three level 2 Flo Dual Chargers – Six plugs total 

The ten level 2 chargers are all capable of outputting 7.2 kW of power and can charge an EV battery from near empty to 100% capacity in 8-10 hours. All ten of the charging stations are available for public use, and cost $1.50/hour to use. 

This project was funded by the Government of Alberta and Natural Resources Canada. 


The addition of the ten charging shows the City’s commitment to promoting sustainability and reducing GHG emissions. Residents of the City and visitors now have several new locations where they can charger their EV/PHEVs. While charging, residents and visitors will have the opportunity to explore local amenities, restaurants, and businesses.  

St. Albert is located just North-West of Edmonton, and has a population of roughly 65,000 people.  

We’re excited to offer our residents and visitors more electric vehicle charging stations throughout St. Albert as we kick off summer 2023. The City of St. Albert would also like to thank the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC), the Government of Alberta and Natural Resources Canada for making these new stations possible through MCCAC’s Electric Vehicle Charging Program. Having these eighteen charging stations come online directly showcases the City of St. Albert’s commitment to electrify local tourism and attract EV drivers from across the region as we also find innovative ways to protect our environment for future generations.

Mayor Cathy Heron