The city of Matane in Québec, Canada, has 40 public charging station ports (Level 2 and Level 3) within 15km. 73% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 28% of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.
Matane is located in the touristic region of Gaspésie – a region that is seeing an ever-growing number of electric vehicles on its roads. Today, we can count charging stations (level 2 and 3) within a radius of 15 km. The City’s territory also offers free charging stations to electric vehicle drivers.
Consult ChargeHub’s charging station map to plan your next escape to Matane by electric vehicle.
The City of Matane represents an important stop for passing electric vehicle drivers who wish to discover the region of Gaspésie. This is why a level 3 charging station (DCFC, fast charging station) has been made available to residents and visitors at 286, av. Saint-Jérôme. The fast charge (400 Volts) is completed with a CHAdeMO or SAE Combo connector.
This charging station is part of the electric corridor along Highway 132. It forms a belt around the touristic region of Gaspésie, from Matane to Amqui, passing through the City of Gaspé. In addition, electric vehicles have free access to the ferry services offered by the “Société des traversiers du Québec" (STQ), such as the ferry route between Matane-Baie-Comeau-Godbout.
Among the charging networks established in Matane, we can locate the Electric Circuit, Sun Country Highway, Tesla, and many more.
On another note, Matane is also renowned as being one of the starting points to walk the International Appalachian Trail (IAT). The IAT – located in the national park of Gaspésie – provides a trail of 650 kilometers long that crosses the entire region of Gaspésie, from southwest to northeast. Many people set off on an adventure on this trail, either for a day-hike, a weeklong hike or to complete it (on average it takes about 35 to 40 days).
This international trail offers a multitude of itineraries and difficulty levels. Crossing many territories such as the Valley, the Chics-Chocs Mounts and the Coast, people who journey here have the possibility of choosing a place to spend the night, such as camping sites, shelters, huts or cottages.
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Percentage of Free Stations: 28%
Total Number of Free Stations: 11
Total Number of Charging Stations: 40
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