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Charging Your Electric Vehicle

You can charge at home and on the go.

You're thinking of buying an electric vehicle (EV), or maybe you’ve just made the purchase. Now what? Plugging in to fuel your EV is as simple as it sounds. We can help you get set to ensure you’re ready to fuel at home or on the road.

Step 1 - Determine Your Charging Level

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3
 Level 1 Charger  Level 2 Charger  Level 3 Charger
This charger has a 120-volt cord that plugs into the wall. This charger requires a 208/240-volt service. This is charger is typically used for public charging.
It can provide around 40 miles of range after charging overnight.1 It can provide 30-80 miles of range for every hour of charging.1 It can provide up to 40 miles of range for every 10 minutes of charging.1
This charger may not require an electrician.  An electrician is required to set up electrical wiring for a new outlet or breaker and a service panel upgrade if necessary. It typically requires 480-volt service.

1 Range depends on vehicle, speed, cargo weight, and other factors.

Step 2 - Select Your Electric Pricing Plan

Standard Pricing Plan
If you prefer to charge your vehicle and use energy in your home whenever you want at the same price all day, the standard pricing plan is your go-to option.

EV Pricing Plan
The EV Pricing Plan is ideal for EV drivers who charge their vehicles at night and on weekends, but need to use a lot of electricity for other activities during the day. Pricing is about half the amount of the standard residential rate for overnight charging—and double the rate to charge during the day.

Time of Day Pricing Plan
The Time of Day Pricing Plan is ideal for those who prefer to charge their vehicle at night and on weekends and can wait to run major appliances in the late evening or overnight.

Step 3 - Install a Charging Station with the Help of an Electrician

Check out our list of EV electricians who are familiar with installing charging stations and understand our electric pricing plans.

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