Electrify America is Accelerating its rollout

Discussion in 'General' started by David Green, Aug 19, 2018.

  1. David Green

    David Green Active Member

    I noticed they are adding new locations to their under construction, and opening stations every week, 9 stations open currently, and 55 stations under construction, including 12 here in the Northwest, and I have found permit data for 8 more submitted in Washington and Oregon that are not included in that 55 currently under construction. Things are shaping up just in time for my I-Pace coming this winter.

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  2. Gabriel Teixeira

    Gabriel Teixeira New Member

    I noticed that a few were added since your post, but I can't find any press release of the opening for each one. Is there any tracker of new ElectrifyAmerica charging station openings?
  3. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    This part of the Electrify America site (https://www.electrifyamerica.com/locations) not only has the operating sites listed, but also what's coming soon. Check out the right side of the page. Right now it shows 12 locations, with 52 more coming soon (with their addresses).
  4. Gabriel Teixeira

    Gabriel Teixeira New Member

    This page shows just the status, but does not show opening dates for either current or future stations, that's why I asked the question. I drop by this page from time to time to check the advances, but I have no way to keep track of it so far.
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  5. dGarry48

    dGarry48 New Member

    Great to see the progress of these new stations. Many people should consider EV's in the near future.
  6. Gabriel Teixeira

    Gabriel Teixeira New Member

    I haven't seem any progress for the last couple weeks. Their map still says that they have only 12 open and 52 coming soon. I'm eager to see their progress, but it is frustrating like that.
  7. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Active Member

    I prefer to use PlugShare. You can filter on the supplier which includes Electrify America. It is the user comments that tell if the station is really up and working. I have a similar problem with the ChargePoint map.

    There is a ChargePoint, L2 charger downtown but in a key-card access parking garage. The ChargePoint map it doesn't mention limited access. PlugShare doesn't list it.

    Bob Wilson
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2018
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  8. Gabriel Teixeira

    Gabriel Teixeira New Member

    I just checked and they now have 14 open and 50 coming soon.
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  9. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Active Member

    Have you used one? If so, which one(s)?

    If we see user comments in PlugShare showing successful charging, I would have more confidence.

    Bob Wilson
  10. Gabriel Teixeira

    Gabriel Teixeira New Member

    I agree with you. They just change the color of the stations on the map and adjust the table, but no press release or any other media about the openings. It is really frustrating.
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  11. Cityfreighter

    Cityfreighter New Member

    The key to that is really a quick extension of premium charging stations all across the country, but also to make them super easy to use. There are plenty of exciting new EV's coming to the market, e.g. Byton, Fisker, Nio etc., but Tesla has a big advantage over them, having a functional charging infrastructure in place
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  12. MTN Ranger

    MTN Ranger Member

    I'm hoping they help out the southeast US along I-95. CCS is very hard to find on the interstates between VA and FL. It's nice to see my city (Raleigh) is one of the 17 EA is targeting.

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  13. David Andrew

    David Andrew New Member

    The list of new charging locations looks a little focused on Walmart locations. :(
  14. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Active Member

    Use PlugShare.com to see which ones are actually in service and the user experience.

    Bob Wilson
  15. Wizard of ahs

    Wizard of ahs New Member

    Are EVER coming to Indiana...we desperately need stations here in southwest Indiana.

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  16. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Active Member

    What type of chargers?
    • J1772 - maximum charge rate built into car
    • Fast DC charger - connector CCS or CHAdeMO
    Bob Wilson
  17. Wizard of ahs

    Wizard of ahs New Member

    J1772 and CCS

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