Printer-Ready Conductive Public
What if I want to drive beyond the range of my home (or workplace) charger?
California Conductive Lists:
Arizona Conductive Listings:
Southern States Listings:
Birmingham Coming Soon
Updates, suggestions, reports, and corrections are always welcome. Send to:
|What if I need more detailed driving directions?
Check out the EV1 club's list of "Inductive" chargers...includes directions, GPS data, and useful information for many sites with conductive charging.
Or visit Calstart's new site:http://cleancarmaps.com/
Edison EV has been replaced by Clean Fuel Connections, a subsidiary of Sacramento Metropolitan Utility District (SMUD). The EdisonEV web site has out-of-date information.
Report charge station problems to EVI (530-823-8077) or SMUD/Clean Fuel Connection's EV hotline (888-890-4638).
If you want to install a charging station at your site, contact Clean Fuel Connections at 888-890-4638.
More and more public chargers are being installed every day---but What if I want to drive beyond the range of today's public charging?
Here's a list of Other Locations with 220 volt outlets outside the EV market areas where you may arrange to use a portable charge connector.
If you need a portable 220 volt conductive charge connector, you can purchase the low-cost Avcon "Power Pack" from Meltric Corp for $350. EVI also sells a compact portable charge coupler. The compact "Power Pack", like other conductive charge stations, meet stringent safety requirements (including NEC 625/UL/SAE J1772), and comes prewired with a 32 amp Avcon connector (for EVplus, Ranger EV, AC Propulsion Tzero etc). Avcon is at: (800) 433-7642. Once you have a "Power Pack", your electrician can attach a cord and appropriate 220 volt plug to match the outlet type you plan to use.