Volta electric car charging stations are free to the public, located at top retail locations, and extremely easy to use. No membership and no key fob needed. Just pull in to one of our growing network of chargers and charge up for free with our universal connectors.
Our mobile app provides you a map of all our available chargers. Whether you need just a top off or a two-hour charge, our Volta app can pinpoint your exact location and provide you with precise directions to our nearest charger. Volta uses level-2 charging (up to 7.6kWh).
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Charging currently only available in the United States. DC Fast stations are free to start a charge and have the option to pay for an extended charge.
Performance enhancements and bug fixes.
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Won’t load with cellular data!
I love the idea of Volta, but recently, the app won’t load with my data. It works perfectly fine on WiFi, but when I switch it over to data, it doesn’t load. I’ve checked that data is turned on for the app, and I can load other pages, so it’s not a problem with the data.
Developer Response ,
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App is bad/company shady
I like Volta chargers, however the company does not return phone messages or emails. Recently I wanted to search for chargers in an unfamiliar area and the app had signed me out and a bright orange bar appeared with message that I needed to reset my password. I tried to do it thru the app. It did not send me email or give me any way to do that so I could not use the app. When I got home I attempted to reset on my home computer and could not. I tried to get help and they only have email support and they did not get back to me. I also looked up their corporate phone number and got the answering machine. They did not return my call. Volta is also doing public private collaborations, putting stations in the public commons and then the station being off limits to the public. Letterman digital arts building in San Francisco is the one I got kicked out of. Next time maybe I should just drive over to their headquarters on De Haro st so I can talk to someone in person. D- grade for customer support and starting to so shady practices like building chargers accessible by the public but they end up being privately owned.
Upkeep at Redwood City Sequoia #1
I love it. Sometimes the ‘x of y available’ notification at app shows station available when none is. It would be good to show ‘charge time remaining’ at app OR time charging started, so one can estimate when a station might become available.
Charging cable rubber conduit separated from handle/plug for #1. Power carrying cables may rip any time — maybe this is a problem why station shows as ‘available’
A blue Tesla [last three digits 853 - you know who you are] frequently stays plugged in for several hours at the Redwood City Sequoia stations; sometimes 9am onwards all day. Not cool!! 🤔
Developer Response ,
Hi Marco, our software team is always working on improving the accuracy of the station markers. Updates will be coming soon. Thanks!
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