Your Life, Electrified

Find your EV

Powering You to Go Electric

Going electric is easier and more exciting than you think.

Save Money

Between federal and state incentives, low cost of maintenance and ownership, and vehicle discounts, driving an EV has never been more affordable.

Save Time

Charging is quick and convenient, whether you plug in at home while you sleep, or at the office while you work. Plus, never worry about getting an oil change again!

Save the Environment

One of the biggest benefits of going electric is reducing your carbon footprint and eliminating your reliance on fossil fuels. But that's just the tip of the iceberg!

Get Where You're Going

When it comes to finding the EV that works for you, you've got options. From plug-in hybrids to fully electric cars, the EV of your dreams is ready for the open road.

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    Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs)

    A BEV is a vehicle that’s 100% powered by a battery. An EV usually refers to a car, but can also a be scooter, motorbike, bus, or even a train with an electric motor. The range is determined by the size of the vehicle's battery.

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    Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)

    A PHEV is a car whose battery can be recharged by plugging it into an external source of electric power, as well as by its on-board engine and generator. These vehicles have both a battery as well as a gas-powered engine to support maximum range.

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Charging on Your Terms

Charging your EV is easier than you think. From your home to your office to the open road, you have plenty of options to restore your EV's charge.

At home

All EVs come with a standard Level 1 charger compatible with any 120V wall outlet, and will charge your EV an average of 4 miles per hour. Since most people don't drive anywhere near the full range of their car every day, this is a good option for many EV owners who charge overnight.

At work

Level 2 chargers are a faster option for home or work, charging your EV an average of 25-40 miles per hour. These chargers can be purchased online or through an installer, and may require an upgrade to your electric service.

On the road

With an extensive network of Level 2 and Level 3 chargers - and great apps to help you find them - charging on the go has never been easier. Level 3 chargers allow you to recharge about 60-80 miles in twenty minutes.

Your dream car comes in electric.