Posts Tagged: Electrify America

Electrify America opens its 500th public charging station

Nationwide fast charging network Electrify America has now opened over 500 public charging locations across the US, including more than 2,200 individual DC fast chargers. Since opening its first site in May 2018, Electrify America has been opening an average of nearly four stations per week. Each station has between three and ten individual DC… Read more »

Electrify America introduces B2B charging solutions with launch of Electrify Commercial

Electrify America already provides DC fast charging to EV drivers across the US. Now the company is branching out into the commercial realm with the launch of Electrify Commercial, a new business unit designed to deliver turnkey EV charging solutions to utilities, fleet owners and businesses seeking to manage their own networks of chargers. Electrify… Read more »

Electrify America rolls out kilowatt-hour pricing in Florida and Virginia

Following California’s 2019 announcement of an eventual ban on time-based pricing for EV charging, the industry has been moving towards kilowatt-hour pricing, which many EV drivers consider to be fairer and more transparent. Electrify America updated its pricing structure in September to reflect the growing preference for kWh pricing, and now offers kWh pricing in… Read more »

Electrify America installs nine ultra-fast charging stations at Illinois and Michigan retail sites

Electrify America is collaborating with Midwestern retailer Meijer to install charging stations at nine of Meijer’s stores across Illinois and Michigan. The stations will offer a total of 36 ultra-fast public EV chargers. One station in Bloomingdale, Illinois, is already operational, and by early 2021, the network plans to open sites in: Oswego, Aurora and… Read more »

Electrify America creates new business unit for its home charging products

Electrify America is on a 10-year, $2-billion mission to build a comprehensive public DC fast charging network across the US. Last year it expanded into home charging with the launch of its Level 2 Home Charger. Now EA has formed a new business unit called Electrify Home, which aims to leverage the company’s considerable charging… Read more »

Ford Mustang Mach-E buyers to receive free fill-ups from Electrify America

Ford has announced that buyers of its upcoming Mustang Mach-E will receive a little welcome-to-electric-driving present: 250 kWh of complimentary charging at Electrify America fast charging stations. This amounts to from three to five full charges, depending on battery size. Mustang Mach-E customers also get two years of free charging at stations participating in the… Read more »

Electrify America offers DC fast charging plan for Kia Niro EV drivers

Electrify America and Kia Motors America have teamed up to offer a new charging program with special pricing for drivers of the Kia Niro EV. The Kia Select program offers a flat rate of 35 cents per minute of charging, with no session or subscription fees. To participate, drivers can simply download the Electrify America… Read more »

Electrify America invests $2 million in Envision Solar infrastructure

Electrify America will invest $2 million in solar-powered EV charging stations from San Diego-based Envision Solar. Envision’s EV ARC 2020 charger is equipped with a 4.28 kW sun-tracking solar array, 32 kWh of on-board battery storage, and two Electrify America Level 2 chargers capable of charging speeds up to 6 kW. The EV ARC 2020 is designed to… Read more »

Q&A with Electrify America’s Chief Operating Officer

It would be understandable to be a bit skeptical about Electrify America—after all, it was founded by decree of a court, as atonement for VW’s diesel-related dirty deeds. However, by all accounts the company is taking its mission to increase EV adoption by building a first-class charging network quite seriously, and is setting a fine… Read more »

Electrify America opens 400th public charging station

Electrify America has rolled out a nationwide fast charging network with unprecedented speed. The company opened its 400th station this week, and now has over 1,700 individual chargers in service around the country. According to EA, 96 percent of Americans now live within 120 miles of one of its high-speed charging stations. The buildout is… Read more »