Charging at home is as easy as plugging your vehicle into a garage wall outlet. Or upgrade to a Level 2 charger to charge faster.
Yes, you really can just plug your car into a regular wall outlet overnight and wake up to a fully charged car. Or you can upgrade to a Level 2 charger, which will charge your car even faster – ~50-100 miles of range with only 4 hours of charging. Incentives make at-home Level 2 chargers more affordable than you think.
You could get a rebate of up to $500 through the PGE Residential EV Charging Pilot Program when you purchase, install and connect a PGE-approved Level 2 charger for your home.
To meet state and local goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote electric vehicles, it’s pretty clear we’ll need more places to charge EVs. We are running a pilot project in the Clinton neighborhood to test out EV charging using existing utility poles. No driveway or garage for at-home charging? This project is for you.
Flat fee (all hours): $3 for 4 hours
An additional peak-time fee of $0.19 per kWh will be assessed on weekdays between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Charging while you are out and about is easy – just plan a pit stop at one of our seven Electric Avenue locations. Each Electric Avenue can charge from four to six vehicles at a time with direct current fast chargers and level 2 chargers. Learn about pricing and how to pay.
Do you own an electric vehicle? We want to hear from you! Your answers to this quick survey will help us build new EV programs that meet your needs. And as a thank you for answering three quick questions about your EV, we’ll randomly select 100 survey respondents to receive a $50 gift cards. See terms and conditions .
Our Basic Service home energy plan includes renewable energy in the mix, but if you want to be an environmental super star, you’ll want to charge your EV using 100% clean energy. We can help. Enroll in PGE’s Green Future program and we’ll make sure all of the energy you use comes from renewable sources.