Electrify America Opens its First EV Charging Station in Hawaii

Electrify America Opens 1st EV Charging Station in Hawaii

The new station, featuring four chargers, can deliver up to 150 kW to capable vehicles.

Electrify America, one of the nation’s largest open DC fast charging networks for electric vehicles (EV), has opened its first electric vehicle charging station in Pearl City, Hawaii. The new charging station on Oahu brings Electrify America’s network presence to 47 states plus the District of Columbia, and will help provide an ultra-fast charging solution for electric vehicles (EV) drivers on the island.  

The new station – featuring four chargers, can deliver up to 150 kW to capable vehicles, and is part of Electrify America’s overall expansion plan to help build range confidence for EV drivers. While visiting the station, EV drivers can pay by credit or debit card, or by using the Electrify America mobile app, which allows drivers to easily locate a station, initiate a charge and check charging session progress from their phones for a seamless experience from start to finish.

To find a charging station near you, download the Electrify America mobile app or visit electrifyamerica.com/locate-charger.

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