The initiative allows utility companies to deliver natural gas transportation programs until March 31, 2017, including the opportunity to spend up to $62 million on vehicle and ferry incentives, up to $12 million on CNG fueling stations, and up to $30.5 million on LNG stations, for a total of $104.5 million. The government will require annual reporting on the programs being offered to review success and determine if any changes are required.
In addition, the Province is offering direct grants of up to $2,500 to purchasers of qualifying CNG vehicles. This is being offered through the Clean Energy Vehicle Program, announced in Nov. 2011.
Source: Government of British Columbia