Usage of Halton Hills electric vehicle charging stations continues to rise


Published February 17, 2023 at 11:17 am

According to the Town of Halton Hills, the use of electric vehicle chargers at municipal facilities continues to climb.

“To date, a total of 321 charging sessions have taken place with total savings of 1,289 litres of gas and 3,021kg of Co2,” said a Town spokesperson.

In 2019, the Town of Halton Hills declared a climate change emergency and committed to rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions with the goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2030.

Nearly half of the greenhouse gases in Halton Hills come from gasoline vehicles. One of the most impactful ways the Town can reduce greenhouse gas emissions is to support a system of electric charging stations in convenient locations throughout Halton Hills.

“The Town continues to engage in partnerships to assist the community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” said the spokesperson.

“Our latest partnership is with Ivy Charging Network and Flo Network where we have installed new electric vehicle chargers throughout Halton Hills.”

Here are the electric vehicle charging stations in Halton Hills:


  • Town Parking Lot on Edith St. , at the entrance, 60 Edith St.
  • Georgetown Fairgrounds, 1 Hyde Dr. at the Sweet Spot Snack Bar
  • Dominion Gardens, north parking lot off of Maple Ave.
  • Halton Hills Fire Department Headquarters, 14007 10th Side Rd.
  • Halton Hills Town Hall, 1 Halton Hills Dr.
  • Mold-Masters SportsPlex, 221 Guelph St.
  • Robert C. Austin Operations Centre, 11620 Trafalgar Rd.


  • Acton Arena and Community Centre, 415 Queen St.
  • Willow St Parking Lot, 14 Willow St. N.

In addition to driving an electric vehicle, carpooling, cycling, walking, scootering and public transportation are good options to move around in the community and help reduce greenhouse gases.

Here are some benefits of owning an electric vehicle:

  • They are better for the environment
  • Electricity is a renewable resource; gasoline is not
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • They are quieter than gas vehicles
  • There are tax incentives available for owners of electric vehicles

For more information about electric vehicles in Halton Hills, visit the Town website.

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