Electrify America announced that it now has 600 charging stations in operations, and it is announcing new locations in the US.
Electrify America Stories April 29
Electrify America Stories March 17
2021 Hyundai Ioniq and Kona owners and prospective owners from today will get a free 250kWh of fast charging at Electrify America (EA) stations as the network continues to expand.
Electrify America Stories February 9
Electrify America Stories November 10, 2020
Electrify America has reached an important new milestone: it has opened its 500th electric car fast-charging station in the US.
More are coming.
Electrify America Stories September 21, 2020
VW announced today that it reached a deal with Electrify America to provide “three years of unlimited charging” on the latter’s charging network included in the price of the ID.4 electric SUV.
Electrify America Stories September 17, 2020
Tesla has deployed Powerpack battery systems at around 60 Electrify America charging stations, and more are coming by the end of the year.
Electrify America Stories September 16, 2020
Electrify America has announced a significant update to its pricing structure resulting in lower prices — mainly through the introduction of kWh-based pricing.
Electrify America Stories June 30, 2020
EVPassport is an upcoming app that promises $39/mo unlimited charging on major EV charge networks. The included networks are Electrify America, EVgo, Chargepoint, Hubject and Greenlots, along with some smaller regional networks on the US West Coast. The app plans to launch in “a few weeks” but is taking wait list signups now.
The app will start with support for iPhone and DC fast charging in the US at first, with initial support for 2,500 DC chargers. It will expand to Android later this year, along with European support (including IONITY). If all goes well, it plans to add Level 2 AC charging support next year.
Electrify America Stories June 24, 2020
The long-term plan for the EV community is ubiquitous, go-anywhere charging from coast to coast. Cross-country routes have been available for Tesla drives via the Supercharger network since about 2014. It’s now possible for other EV drivers – as Electrify America today announced that its open charging network features the first of two planned fast-charge, cross-country paths.
Electrify America Stories April 8, 2020
Electrify America and Hyundai-Kia have a two-fold problem with their fees for fast-charging. First, where it is allowable, the fees are based on time and charged by the minute. The second part of the problem is that those fees are tiered, based on the maximum possible kW charging rate – not the rate that your car actually charges. Today, Electrify America announced a temporary fix for the Kia Niro EV by ditching the tiers and charging a flat rate of $0.35 per minute.