There are currently more than 1,400 public Level 2 and DC Fast Charging Stations across the state representing over 3,300 charging ports, with more being added every day. DC Fast Chargers require payment but many Level 2 chargers are free. There are many different charging networks throughout the U.S. including Electrify America, ChargePoint, Tesla Supercharger, EVgo network, and more. Find out how to locate charging stations, including through mobile apps that can help you find charging near you or along your road trip route.
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Use these links to find a public charging station.

Use these links to access the charger once you have arrived. 

Below is a great video on how to charge your Electric Vehicle on a public charger for the first time! 

Interested in installing your own public EV charging station?

Click on the image above to learn more about how to install a public Level 2 or Level 3 DCFC charger.