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Saint-Hubert, Québec EV Charging Stations Info


General EV Charging Information

The city of Saint-Hubert in Québec, Canada, has 10 public charging station ports (Level 2 and Level 3) within 15km. 80% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 20% of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.

The district of Saint-Hubert in the city of Longueuil provides to its citizens charging stations (level 2 and 3) within a radius of 15 km. The Electric Circuit, FLO, Tesla and many more charging networks have developed the charging infrastructure in Saint-Hubert.

To charge your electric vehicle in Saint-Hubert, use ChargeHub’s charging station map. This map – available for iOS and Android – locates all of the charging stations in this district and in the surrounding areas.

Being one of the three districts that shape the city of Longueuil, it offers for its residents the living benefits of a suburb just a few minutes away from Montreal. For instance, Saint-Hubert is connected to Montreal by the following bridges: Champlain, Victoria and Jacques Cartier, as well as the bridge and tunnel Louis-H.-Lafontaine.

With a level 2 charging station currently placed at the “parc de la Cité", you can choose to charge your electric vehicle during an open-air outing. The parking lot is free and the park’s service and reception pavilion is located nearby.

This nature park covers a wide area of 960 000 square meters, as well as a 1 kilometer long lake. The residents of Saint-Hubert enjoy the eight kilometers of paths both in summer and in winter. You can discover the “parc de la Cité" by foot or by bike, by roller-skates, by cross-country skiing or by snowshoeing. In addition, the famous Route Verte of Montérégie runs along the park.

Conclusively, Saint-Hubert is a district known for its airport that offers touristic services and contributes to the region’s development. Despite its smaller size, it embodies a very active airport and is equipped with a level 2 charging station.

Many companies offer a variety of services: passenger transportation, aerial photography, aerial work, flight school and much more. Likewise, you can go on a helicopter tour and fly over the surrounding cities like Montreal.

Charging Stats For Saint-Hubert

80%

of Level 2 Stations

8

total Level 2 Stations

20%

of Level 3 Stations

2

total Level 3 Stations


Percentage of Free Stations: 20%

Total Number of Free Stations: 2

Total Number of Charging Stations: 10

Main Networks: Circuit Électrique, ChargePoint, Unknown

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