The city of Saint-Hyacinthe in Québec, Canada, has 70 public charging station ports (Level 2 and Level 3) within 15km. 96% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 27% of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.
The City of Saint-Hyacinthe is located in the touristic Montérégie region along Highway 20 – on one of the busiest sections of this highway in Quebec. Citizens and businesses that frequently circulate on Highway 20 by electric vehicle can charge their EV at one of the charging stations (level 2 and 3) located in Saint-Hyacinthe, within a radius of 15 km. In addition, the municipality has free charging stations in service.
For the province of Quebec, the electrification of Highway 20 fits into the Electrification of Transportation Action Plan for 2015-2020. Hence, the charging stations based in Saint-Hyacinthe are added to the important electric corridor between Montreal and Mont-Joli.
The Electric Circuit, Tesla and many other networks have installed charging stations in Saint-Hyacinthe and its region. Consult ChargeHub’s charging station map to find out the exact locations of the charging stations, as well as their availability, cost per charge and which network they belong to. This app is free and is available for iOS and Android.
Next, in the month of September, Saint-Hyacinthe hosts one of their unique festivals. Created in 2013, the Festival Agrirock gives visitors the opportunity to discover, see and appreciate the region’s local talent. During four days, the city’s streets are full of life with artists, artisans, locals, visitors and businesses. More than 10 different locations will offer local music shows as well as art and literature exhibitions.
Also, Quebec’s biggest agriculture festival takes place here – the Exposition agricole de Saint-Hyacinthe. The latter lasts eleven days and offers a full outlook on the world of agriculture. Throughout this festival, there are plenty of activities organised for the little ones, opportunities to buy regional products and art, see various shows, and these – with two thousand animals on site! This festival is known for being affordable for all, and is very appreciated amongst Québécois’ and visitors during summer.
of Level 2 Stations
total Level 2 Stations
of Level 3 Stations
total Level 3 Stations
Percentage of Free Stations: 27%
Total Number of Free Stations: 19
Total Number of Charging Stations: 70
Main Networks: Circuit Électrique, Flo, Unknown