We're leading the charge of DC fast charging.
Welcome to the next generation of electric vehicle1charging, brought to you by Electrify America. Currently,2 the Electrify America network offers the most powerful public DC fast charging stations on the market.
A powerful network. Conveniently located.
The planned 484 locations on the Electrify America DC fast charging network will be conveniently located off highways in 40+ states, in the suburbs, or in 17 major metropolitan areas where most EVs are expected to be sold by the year 2020. The locations will typically be sited in retail shopping centers, and other convenient locations.
Electrify America DC fast charging stations display clear and up-front pricing. Electrify America introductory pricing includes the following components:3
- A per-minute price from $0.30 to $0.35
- A $1.00 session fee for initiating the charge
- An idle fee4at $0.40/per minute
All of the pricing will be displayed on the charging station screen. Charging programs for future higher-power vehicles will be available soon.
Step 1: Plug
Charging at Electrify America DC fast charging and Level 2 stations is simple. Choose a compatible connector and plug in.
MODERN FUEL. MODERN CONVENIENCE.
Step 2: Pay
Paying for your charge is as simple as using your credit or debit card. Additional digital payment methods will be offered in the near future, including an Electrify America mobile app.
INTELLIGENT AND EASY CHARGING
Step 3: Charge
Enter a mobile number when you start charging your vehicle to:
- See start and end time of charging session
- Get updates if the charging session has slowed or stopped
- Receive a receipt via text5
GET BACK ON THE ROAD
Step 4: Go
If you provide your mobile number6 at start of the charging session, the charging station will send you charging status notifications and a charging completion notice via text. This way, you can monitor your vehicle’s charging status and know when you can get back on the road.
1Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV).
Under Appendix C of the Volkswagen Settlement Implementation, the following three vehicle types are considered Zero-Emission Vehicles:
- An on-road passenger car or light-duty vehicle, light-duty truck, medium-duty vehicle, or heavy-duty vehicle that produces zero exhaust emissions of all of the following pollutants: non-methane organic gases, carbon monoxide, particulate matter, carbon dioxide, methane, formaldehyde, oxides of nitrogen, or nitrous oxide. Including, but not limited to, battery electric vehicles (“BEV”) and fuel cell vehicles (“FEV”);
- An on-road plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (“PHEV”) with zero emission range greater than 35 miles as measured on the federal Urban Dynamometer Driving Schedule (“UDDS”) in the case of passenger cars, light-duty vehicles and light-duty trucks, and 10 miles as measured on the federal UDDS in the case of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles; or
- An on-road heavy-duty vehicle with an electric-powered takeoff.
- National ZEV Investment Plan: Cycle 1, Public Version 41.
- ZEVs do not include the following: zero-emission off-road equipment and vehicles; zero-emission light rail; additions to transit bus fleets utilizing existing catenary electric power; or any vehicle not capable of being licensed for use on public roads.
2As of October, 2018.
3Pricing fees and pricing structure are subject to change without notice.
4An idle fee shown below on the pricing chart is applicable following a 10-minute grace period upon completion of the charging session. This feature is designed to encourage drivers to move their vehicle when charging session is complete, making the charger available for other EVs.
5Message and data rates may apply.
6If a phone number is provided during the start of the charging session, your phone carrier’s standard message and data rates may apply.