Made and developed in Portland, Oregon, by a team of engineers and science wizards, the OpConnect represent a large network that installs level 2 (240 volts) and level 3 (fast) charging station. All of their charging stations are equipped with SAE J1772 connectors, and can charge up to 4 electric vehicles at the same time. OpConnect offers level 2 and level 3 charging stations on both private and public projects.
The OpConnect charging stations can be found in many states, including Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii.
In addition, the OpConnect’s level 2 and fast (level 3) charging stations are often found in hubs, which can have up to 50 charging stations in the same area. For example, they are generally spaced out by a minimum of 1000 feet in cities. As for rural regions, they are usually spaced out up to 10 miles apart.
The best way to find out where all of OpConnect’s charging stations are located, is by using ChargeHub’s charging stations map.
OpConnect provides a state of the art payment platform that makes transactions happen easily – you can pay with a membership card, credit card, or even by email if you have a smartphone. However, it is not necessary to become a member to connect to OpConnect’s charging station network.
Cost Per Charge
Level 2 and level 3 charging station host sites can offer free access to OpConnect’s charging stations. They may also charge an hourly rate for usage, which can go from $1.25 to $3.00 (USD) for level 2, and $5.00 to $7.00 (USD) for fast charging stations (level 3).