Charging your Electric Vehicle
If you’re like most San Diegans who drive less than 25 miles a day, a plug-in all-electric vehicle has enough juice to get you to work and back. Recharging the battery takes around one or two hours at a charging station, or you could plug your EV into a wall outlet at home to charge overnight.
Depending on the manufacturer of the vehicle, there are different nozzle faces for the higher levels of charging. Some examples include:
· BMW, Chevy and VW all have CCS combo DC fast charge nozzles
· Most Asian manufactured brands have a CHAdeMO DC fast charge nozzle. Tesla owners can purchase an adapter
that will allow them to use this charger too
Most DC fast-charging locations will have at least one nozzle of each type.
it’s important to know about the many charging stations available to you, with many new stations coming online often.
Public charging stations can be found at: