We truly appreciate you being part of the Electrify America family, and are grateful for all the support you have given us. As part of our commitment to you, we want to make sure we’re transparent about any changes taking place on our network.
Beginning March 6, 2023, we’ll be increasing our per-kilowatt-hour (kWh) and per-minute pricing.
We’ve tried hard to maintain our current pricing, but rising operational and energy costs have now made adjusting our pricing necessary. We shall continue to maintain simple, uniform pricing across the country, and this adjustment ensures we can uphold our commitment to drive electric vehicle (EV) adoption and the future of electric mobility.
As a Pass member, here’s what you can expect to see on March 6, 2023:
The price per-kWh will increase from $0.43 to $0.48
The price per-minute will increase from $0.16 to $0.19 for up to 90 kW, or $0.32 to $0.37 for up to 350 kW
New pricing after price increases
Now more than ever, it pays to upgrade to a Pass+ membership. Even if you only charge twice a month, you can still benefit from a savings of about 25%* on charging.
As a valued customer, we wanted to let you know of these changes as soon as possible.
Thank you again for taking this journey with us as we continually aim to improve the charging experience on the largest coast-to-coast network of DC fast chargers.
Nothing reasonable about their prices. I pay $.1146 per kwh at home. I can charge at Francis Energy DC chargers for $.21 per kWh between 15-80% Electrify America are already too high. I avoid them FI possible.