Most EV charging is done at home while you sleep. While this offers great convenience, there are several options and considerations. This section, helps you purchase the solution best for today, and for the future.
√Buy a Home Charger
Sometimes it's necessary to use public chargers at the library, mall, or the workplace. Public chargers can allow battery only vehicles to go beyond their typical metro area. This section covers the type of chargers, how to find them, and how to use them.
All batteries eventually lose some capacity. This section provides suggestions on minimizing battery deterioration and extending its lifetime.
Whether you have a Battery EV or a Plug-in Hybrid EV, extending your battery range is a popular topic. The section includes tips on driving styles and locating chargers.
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Vehicle Charging Primers
Clipper Creek offers a chart to help you understand how long it will take to charge your specific electric vehicle, using a variety of EVSE amperages.
Free* high-power level 2 charging station for California residents, who are active PG&E, SCE, or SDG&E customers
Tom Konrad sifts through all the decisions a homeowner needs to make when installing an EV charger—including features, brands and performance.