With the addition of five more states, Electrify America has expanded kilowatt-hour (kWh) pricing to 30 states and the District of Columbia which allows customers to pay by the amount of energy used to charge their electric vehicle.
The company now offers kilowatt-hour pricing in Idaho, Indiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and South Carolina.
Electrify America updated its pricing structure in the fall of 2020 to reflect the growing preference for kWh pricing and to provide consistent, transparent, and competitive rates for its customers.
“Electric vehicle owners like the transparency of kilowatt-hour pricing – letting them pay for the amount of energy used to charge their EVs,” said Robert Barrosa, senior director, business development & marketing of Electrify America. “We are continuing work to expand kilowatt-hour pricing to even more states.”