Charging Your Electric Vehicle

Drive past the pump into a cleaner, greener future

You may be shocked at how quickly the EV landscape has changed. There are more ways than ever to charge at home or wherever your life takes you. High gas prices? No thanks. Stopping to refuel again? Not today. Get an EV and get going – for less than you think!

Charge your EV ...

at home

Many EVs come with a charger that uses a standard wall outlet. Leave your car plugged in overnight, or upgrade to a Level 2 charger to reduce charging times substantially.

on the go

Nowhere to plug in at home? Need to charge away from home? No problem. Recharge at one of our Electric Avenue locations or download the Chargeway app that helps you find EV charging stations all over the place.

How easy is it to charge?

Let’s put it this way – charging your EV is easier than filling up at a gas station, because you can do it at home or on the go! And if you want to charge faster, you can install a Level 2 charger in your garage, or visit a DC Fast Charger around town.

Level 1

No special equipment needed, just plug into a regular outlet in your garage.

  • Power: Typically 1.4 kW

  • Charge Time: 3 – 5 miles of range per hour of charging

Level 2

Take advantage of rebates on faster Level 2 chargers to save money.

  • Power: Typically 7 – 12 kW

  • Charge Time: ~25 miles of range per hour

DC Fast Charging

These super-fast charging stations can be found around town in many of the places you visit, such as the grocery store or dentist office. Learn more about charging away from home.

  • Power: Typically 50 – 350 kW

  • Charge Time: 80% charge in around 45 minutes

Ready to buy?

Are you ready to be the proud owner of a smarter, cleaner, higher-performing car that costs you less money to own and operate? Learn more about purchasing an EV and a Level 2 charger at one of the local auto dealerships we’re partnering with.

Electricity: The new transportation fuel


Less than half the CO₂ emissions per mile and only getting cleaner.


At least 40 percent less than gas/diesel per mile.


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