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SparkCharge is offering free EV charging delivery in July through the Currently App

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Mobile charging network SparkCharge is offering customers complimentary EV charging delivery services throughout the month of July using its Currently App. EV drivers in serviceable cities can open the app and arrange for a Currently driver to come to their EV and recharge its battery for free. See below for the promo code to take advantage of the free Currently EV charging.

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VinFast’s new ‘Charged-Up Program’ offers US customers unlimited charging or a free home charger

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Fresh off news of a similar reward subscription for new VF 8 and VF 9 customers in Europe, Vinfast has introduced a new program for US consumers that not only offers subscriptions within newly purchased EVs, but additional charging perks as well. Customers who buy a VinFast EV can now choose between three years of free unlimited charging or a complimentary Level 2 home charger.

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Get free EV charging and home charger deals from Electrify America to celebrate Earth Day

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In honor of Earth Day 2022, charging network Electrify America is offering free EV charging sessions at 740 locations across the United States. Additionally, EA is offering $50 off its HomeStation Level-2 home charger through the rest of April using the promo code below.

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Tesla to offer free charging at home and power its Supercharger network with 100% renewable energy in Sweden

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Building on the momentum Tesla is currently experiencing in Sweden with 271% growth in sales in 2015 based on registration data, the automaker is announcing an interesting partnership with Swedish electric utility Skellefteå Kraft to supply the Supercharger network in Sweden with 100% renewable energy and offer Tesla owners completely free charging at home.

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Nissan expands “No Charge to Charge” program to 3 more US cities: Austin, Monterey and Raleigh

Nissan expands its “free” charging program for the LEAF  called “No Charge to Charge” to 3 more US cities: Austin, Texas; Monterey, Calif. and Raleigh-Durham, N.C. New LEAF buyers will have access to some chargers in EZ-Charge’s network for 2 years. The first 30 minutes of each DC charging session and 60 minutes of each level 2 charging session will be free.

IF LEAF owners want to hug the charging stalls for longer periods they will have to pay EZ-Charge, but considering the LEAF’s battery pack size, it isn’t likely to be necessary.

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Nissan will offer 2 years of free fast-charging when buying a new LEAF in the Netherlands

2016_nissan_leaf_02-e1441884170552Nissan announced today a new partnership with Fastned to offer 2 years of free fast-charging when buying a new LEAF in the Netherlands. Fastned has an extensive 38-station network of fast charging stations all around the Netherlands, which hadn’t been really put to the test until now. The company says it is building a new station every week.

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