The city of Granby in Québec, Canada, has 66 public charging station ports (Level 2 and Level 3) within 15km. 92% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 20% of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.
As the City of Granby is the entryway to the Cantons-de-l’Est region, it offers the necessary charging infrastructure to receive local and visiting electric vehicle drivers. Within a radius of 15 km, there are charging stations (level 2 and 3), of which are free charging stations.
In order for drivers to charge their electric vehicle near a very touristic site, two charging stations – a level 2 and a level 3 – have been installed in the parking lot of the Granby’s Tourism Office located at 111, rue Denison Est. Not only is this site near Granby’s downtown, but it is also close to a network of cycle paths that receive close to 500 000 annual visits!
Another advantage is that the level 3 charging station (DCFC or fast charging station) contributes to the development of the electric corridor established between Montreal and Sherbrooke, along Highway 10.
Today, Sun Country Highway, the Electric Circuit, Tesla and many more charging networks continue the deployment of charging stations in Granby. To find out the exact locations of every charging station in Granby, as well as their availability and their cost per charge, use ChargeHub’s charging station map, available for iOS and Android.
When visiting in Granby, the days can easily be filled with outdoor activities. Start by biking on L’Estriade, a bicycle path loop of 97 kilometers that is entirely paved. It goes through Granby, the Yamaska National Park, Waterloo and the Township of Shefford. You will be charmed by the landscape this route offers as it follows Boivin Lake’s shore, the Yamaska River and the Choinière Reservoir.
As for the Yamaska National Park, it is truly an outdoor kingdom! This park offers more than thirty kilometers of ski paths that are also accessible for children. Start the 18-kilometer loop, which goes around the Choinière Reservoir. And don’t worry, you will be able to warm up at one of the three shelters heated by wood fires along the way!
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total Level 2 Stations
of Level 3 Stations
total Level 3 Stations
Percentage of Free Stations: 20%
Total Number of Free Stations: 13
Total Number of Charging Stations: 66
Main Networks: Circuit Électrique, Flo, None