EV Charger News

This site contains listings for inductive and conductive EV chargers (or, more properly, EV charging stations or EVSE -- Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment) in North America, with some listings for other areas.

Note that at the present time, 120V charging stations are not listed, unless they are co-located with 208-240V charging stations.

Revised 8/28/2010. Revised 10/14/2013. Analytics only, no data updates.

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Regional EV charger location files:
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You can use Google to find individual listings. Search on "down loc" for all down locations, or "prob loc" for locations with problems. Or search on city names or street names or shopping center names. There are many powerful possibilities.



Maintained by former EV1 driver (now a RAV4 EV driver) Tom Dowling, Folsom, CA, with help from the EV driver community in general and from the regional editors listed below in particular, for the benefit of all EV drivers.

Many thanks to our regional editors:
Bill Hopkins: Los Angeles County
Mike Kane: Orange County, San Diego County
Bruce Tucker: Inyo County, Kern County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Ventura County

Thanks to Darell Dickey, Chuck Hursch, and Gil Dawson for all their work on this project over the years.
Thanks to Peter Buckner for his great work on the EVChargerMaps application.

Acknowledgment and special thanks to the EV1 Club, and most of all to Dave Kodama, Webmaster extraordinaire, for permission to use materials from the EV1 Club Web site, and for support and encouragement of this project.

Please send general updates to updates at evchargernews dot com.

Click here to send specific site updates by using EVChargerMaps.





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