You may only drive 30 miles a day, but on days when you need to go farther, you’ll want to check out a public charger. You can find public Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers scattered throughout the State of Colorado. These chargers may or may not charge a fee for the electricity consumed, so be sure to double check!
There are currently more than 950 chargers across the State, with more being added every day. These chargers are great for a top up, if you are running short on mileage, or for EV drivers that do not have a home system to charge their car (including anyone living in an apartment building that does not have yet have a charger in the lot).
There are many different charging networks throughout the U.S. including Electrify America, ChargePoint, Tesla Supercharger, EVgo network, and more. Below is some information about how to find chargers and what types of mobile apps are most popular with EV drivers.
Locating Public Charging Stations
Use these links to find public chargers near you! These can also help you map out longer trips to include charging stops if needed!
- U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center
- Electric Vehicle Charging Station Locations
- Google Maps
- You may even be able to find a residential chargers for public use with EVmatch, the Airbnb of EV charging.