Electrify America 4+

Locate EV charging stations

Electrify America LLC

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Charge in as little as 30 minutes on the nation’s largest public DC fast charging network. The Electrify America app lets you find a charging station nearby, charge your EV, and manage your charging session. (Level 2 chargers also available at some locations).

When you sign up for a free Electrify America Pass membership, you can use this app to:
• Check the availability of a charger in real-time and get notified when a charger becomes available
• See charger details and save your favorite charging stations
• Start and stop your charging session from your phone
• Track your charging status easily while you shop or dine nearby
• Get notified when your compatible EV reaches your desired state of charge
• Pay contact-free from your phone
• See your charge history and email a receipt

Visit a charging station often? Consider our Pass+ plan, which gives you all the benefits above, plus reduced costs for charging. ($4 monthly fee applies.)

Electrify America’s powerful DC fast charging stations support all CCS (SAE Combo) and CHAdeMO-compatible EVs. You can also use the app to find Electrify America’s Level 2 chargers (with J1772 connectors).

That means you can charge just about any electric vehicle on the road with us, including:
• Audi e-tron
• Volkswagen ID.4
• Volkswagen e-Golf
• Harley-Davidson LiveWire
• Hyundai Kona Electric
• BMW i3
• Mini Cooper SE Electric
• Nissan Leaf
• Nissan Leaf Plus
• Chevrolet Volt
• Chevrolet Bolt EV
• Kia Niro EV
• Kia Soul EV
• Porsche Taycan
• Tesla Model 3 (requires separate adapter)
• Tesla Model S (requires separate adapter)
• Tesla Model X (requires separate adapter)
• Tesla Model Y (requires separate adapter)

Happy charging!

What’s New

Version 7.8.0

We've been listening to your feedback! In addition to the new features listed below, this update also includes bug fixes and small performance improvements.
· See when chargers are “Out of Service” in real-time with a new “Out of Service” banner
· Take a simpler approach to reporting an issue with new topics that can be selected from a drop-down list
· Identify the charger that you’re reporting an issue for
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11.7K Ratings

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orgopete ,

Charging my car

Okay, new car, first road trip. I used my credit card the first time, then I realized I should become a member. Remember, I’m a newbie. I pull up to the charger, plug in and open the app. It asks, which charger. I was using #1, so I enter #1, like you would at a gas pump. I end up calling for help. My problem was a rookie mistake. Electrify America could have used “A” and “B” for CCS v CHadmo (or CCS#2). The charger number they wanted was up at the top, oof, silly me. Okay, I’ll know next time, but I’ll bet others have made my rookie mistake.

Okay, it’s charging. My predicted time was 22 min at 50kW. It’s going to be a lot longer at it’s current 27kW rate. If you are electric, you don’t have any other options. Is it my Chevy Bolt, the charger, or the combination?


Redux ,

Poor usability, data glitches, requires force-closing app

Electrify America’s chargers in my experience are not bad and I’m comfortable using them. However, I mostly only use the CarPlay integration to start my charge and avoid the app otherwise. Here are my main issues: - If you have any issue starting your session within the app, you have to force-close the app to get back to a place you can start again - Starting a charge from inside the app with swipe (it just stays on “Initiating Charging” for minutes on end, whether it starts or not) - When it eventually does show the charging state, viewing the time remaining to your target amount is wrong - it shows “-1 minutes to 0%” which is obviously a bug - The app launch animation is so annoying, just make it start up quickly! - The actual charger data - like which are available - takes too long to update after sessions end, like multiple minutes, which is ridiculous when people are waiting for chargers - Often, the app has old session info when you start it - for example, it said “charging” on it when I opened the app this morning and took a while to realize that was yesterday and I am long since done. Similarly, my CarPlay interface will sometimes freeze on that screen too, thinking I’m still in a charging session. The app overall is alright, but they’ve got to fix these issues.

newlysneakeredhead ,

Never work on the first try.

I’ve had my Mustang Mach E for 6 months now and in all that time not once have I been able to just pull up to an Electrify America charger and plug it in and it work properly. Every time at every location I’ve ever been to I’ve had to take it out and plug it back several times. Sometimes as many as 10 times or more. What makes all of this worse is I have to wait for the app to realize that the charge has failed before I can even try again. The app will keep saying “initiating charge” long after I’ve had to unplug because it failed to start charging. This sometimes takes 2 minutes. Having to sit at a charger is already a hassle but to have to wait in between tries just to get the thing to START charging is absolutely ridiculous. EVgo never gives me any problems. I just plug up swipe to pay and it starts charging right away every single time. Electrify America needs to fix its issues ASAP. Once I close the app, I shouldn’t have to see “initiating charge” still on the screen for an additional 2 minutes. I honestly shouldn’t even have to plug it in more than once!

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