Based in California, ChargePoint is one of the largest EV charging network in North America. It offers residential and public charging stations in Canada and the United States. The company provides a variety of solutions for all companies and locations.
It has more than 25,000 public charging stations and over 320 public DCFC. You can find ChargePoint charging stations in almost every states of the United States and in 3 Canadian provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec).
ChargePoint is part of Nissan’s No Charge to Charge Program. This network is also a founder and a member of the ROEV association, the only association in the United States promoting network interoperability.
Signing up to the ChargePoint network is free. After you register online, you will receive a ChargePoint card that you need to activate online. To register, you will need to provide your credit card information. When you will use a paid ChargePoint station for the first time and every time your account will be running low, $25 from your credit card will be transferred to your ChargePoint card.
Cost Per Charge
Public ChargePoint stations are independently owned, cost are determined by the owner. To know if there is a fee at specific charging station check out the description of the station on the ChargeHub charging stations map.
With ChargePoint you can order a new card for $4.95.