Where’s the Next Charging Station?
This is an exciting time to be an electric vehicle owner. Charging stations are new to America, with the first installation at the World Trade Center in Portland, Oregon in August 2010. Since then, the movement has gained energy, spreading to Washington State, California, Hawaii, Arizona, Illinois, Tennessee, and Ohio. Cities like Phoenix, Tucson, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Nashville, Memphis, Washington D.C., Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston are charging forward with the infrastructure that will power a nation of energy saving vehicles. You, the electric vehicle owner, are in the center of it all, leading the nation towards a brighter, cleaner future. While you’re here, we encourage you to do three things:
Check the map to find charging stations along your route.
Read the latest news and information about electric vehicles and the green energy movement.
Feel good knowing you are creating a better future for America.
Thanks for leading the charge with us!
Leading the Charge
Electric vehicles have not quite arrived in America, but we are so psyched about the technology, we can’t wait for these ingenious inventions to become mainstream. The green energy movement has made great strides, and charging stations are the final component in creating a fuel-efficient America we can be proud to pass to our children. That’s why we want to lead the charge in providing unbiased information regarding the electric vehicle industry, electric cars, charging stations, accessories and more.
Meet the ChargingStations.com team:
Chad has been writing about automotive issues for several years. He sees an automotive revolution taking place, and he likes what he sees. Green cars are creating a new and exciting industry that will turn traditional auto manufacturing on its head.
Jessica is a true geek for all things science. Few things spark her imagination like electric vehicles and the technology that fuels them. It’s her dream to someday have a Tesla model S in her garage next to her very own charging station.