The Hollywood dream factory, also known as the iconic spirit of Los Angeles, is a city worked by more than 18 million inhabitants. This west coast city, composed of 88 neighbourhoods, including Beverly Hills and Santa Monica, is buzzing with energy and undesirable traffic. Let’s not forget Disneyland (located near the city), creating an additionnal burst of families on vacation.
With busy and gigantic anthill like this one, it is recommended you plan EV route ahead of time. Make sure to look at ChargeHub’s charging station map available on iOS and Android to organize your trip!
Having a huge surfer community rebelling on the waves of Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Torrance Beach, it’s a given that the International Surf Festival takes place in Los Angeles. Level 2 charging stations and level 3 charging stations border the beaches, and are distributed across the city, making it accessible for your electric vehicle. Also, make sure to rent some roller blades, try bodybuilding or go jogging on Venice Beach!
The charging stations in Los Angeles, (offered by Blink, Greenlots, Tesla, ChargePoint and SemaCharge), are plentiful in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, the Financial District and along the highways. You can find more out more information on these (functionality of the network, membership, charging costs), in our network section.
In 2016, Los Angeles has been listed amongst the Top 10 EV-Friendly cities. In the same year, the city replaced a distance of 7,242 kilometers lampposts with LED lights instead. With this in effect, power centrals can use the energy savings to power up to 100 new charging stations. Following this progressive change, 30 of these charging stations using the surplus energy have been installed in 2016.
Their mayor, Eric Garcetti, is an EV enthusiast and pledged in 2015 to install 1000 new charging stations by 2017. Now the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has recently added 100 electric BMW i3 to its fleet. As of today, level 2 charging stations and level 3 charging stations are installed within 10 miles of Los Angeles, and many more will follow.
The city of Los Angeles in California, United States, has 1287 public charging station ports (Level 2 and Level 3) within 15km. 94.72% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 8.62% of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.
The two main charging networks in operation are ChargePoint and Blink. You can find out more about the charging networks (policies, pricing and registration information) by visiting our networks section.
With the ChargeHub charging stations map you have all the information you need about Los Angeles’s public charging infrastructure. The charging stations description gives you the address, the type of connector, the network, the price and a lot more. ChargeHub lists all charging stations (level 1, level 2 and DC Fast Chargers) from any provider or manufacturer in North America like ChargePoint, Circuit Électrique, EVgo, SemaConnect, Sun Country Highway and Tesla. You can check out the map on the responsive website or the native iOS and Android mobile app. ChargeHub users can edit information, add pictures, add comments. Be part of a great community!