Phoenix metro area EV charging network
The Phoenix metro area, which includes Mesa and Scottsdale, has more than 1,087 public EV charging stations as of March 2020, which includes Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers, and more are popping up all the time.
Please access www.plugshare.com to find the ones closest to you and your next destination.
Phoenix Metro Area Charging Stats
Total EV Stations 53
New Stations (90 days)
CHAdeMO Plugs 92
Level 3 DC Fast Chargers
Charging at home is as easy as plugging your vehicle into a
garage wall outlet. 80% of EV charging is conducted at home. Want faster charging? You can upgrade your
speed by installing a Level 2 charger, which uses AC power and adds 12 to 24
miles for every hour of charging.
Grocery and Retail Stores with EV Charging in Phoenix Metro Area
Phoenix has more than 780 EV charging stations at grocery and retail
stores as of March 2020. Many of the new
charging stations in the Phoenix metro area are Level 3 DC Fast Chargers from
networks like Evgo and Electrify America with CCS/SAE and CHadEMo
connectors. To view all the grocery and
retail stores in the Phoenix metro area with EV charging stations, visit
www.plugshare.com and apply the "grocery" and "shopping"
Hotels with EV Charging in Phoenix Metro Area
Hotel properties in the Phoenix metro area offer more than 270 charging
stations and as of March 2020 most are Level 2 units.
Public Parking with EV Charging in Phoenix Metro Area
The Phoenix metro area has more than 704 EV
charging stations. Please check
www.plugshare.com for all EV charging locations.
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Chargeway is an app that creates an effortless fueling
experience for EV drivers. Chargeway offers an easier way to understand how and
where to fuel your electric vehicles with interactive maps that identify nearby
charging stations, along with those stations' corresponding charging speeds.
Plugshare is another app that offers EV charging station
locations and trip planning options.
Levels of Charging
Electric Vehicle (EV)
chargers are classified according to the speed with which they recharge an EVs
battery. There are three main levels of
charging and EV:
Level 1 - Residential
Uses a standard 110 volt wall outlet.
Level 1 cables typically come standard with any new electric vehicle. Charging speeds are typically slow (often around 4-5 miles of range per hour of charge, or 30 miles of range per night). People who have short commutes can often get by on just a Level 1 charger, especially if they have charging available at work or a nearby supermarket for the occasional top off.
Level 2 - Residential/Commercial
Requires professional installation of a high-energy 220/240 volt outlet that looks like a dryer or oven plug. Can be installed at home or within a commercial and/or public parking area.
Level 2 chargers can provide up to 25 miles of range for every hour of charge, or 200+ miles of range per night. The exact amount of range per hour depends on the power rating of the charger unit itself and the power rating of your car.
3, or DC Fast Charging
DC Fast Chargers (also known as Level 3 chargers or Superchargers for the Tesla network) are able to refill most electic car batteries to 80% in 30-60 minutes and the final 20% in another 30-60 minutes. These aren't chargers you install at home, but rather ones you find at dedicated charging stations, at grocery stores, and other public places (it would be too expensive to install at home). Level 3 chargers provide energy at different power ratings (in kW) which is essentially equivalent to charge "speeds", in kW. Most public charging stations are 50 kW, but some of the more advanced Level 3 chargers are 70kW or even 150kW. Different EVs support different powers of Level 3 charging.