Should public providers charge per minute or per kilowatt-hour? Most agree that the system per kWh is fairer because it charges the customer the energy that is actually dispensed and is independent of the charging speed over which the customer cannot control. The minute-by-minute pricing model persists in some states because of state laws that prohibit reselling electricity to anyone other than regulated utilities, but the trend toward pricing per kWh is obvious.
Electrify America is updating its pricing structure “to reflect the growing benefits of kWh prices,” and recently began charging per kWh in Idaho, Indiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and South Carolina. EA now offers kWh prices in 30 states and the District of Columbia.
Full pricing information is available at ElectrifyAmerica.com/pricing and in the Electrify America mobile app.
“Electric car owners like transparency per kilowatt-hour pricing – allowing them to pay for the amount of energy used to charge their EVs,” said Robert Barroso, senior director of business development and marketing at Electrify America. “We continue to work to expand kilowatt-hour prices to even more states.”
Source: Electrify America
Charged EVs | Electrify America now offers kWh charging prices in 30 states
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