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Electrify America switches to per-kWh billing in 23 states


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SOURCE: https://arstechnica.com/cars/2020/09/electrify-america-switches-to-per-kwh-billing-in-23-states/
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For the remaining 27 states that require customers to pay by the minute for the electricity they use, the company has simplified its plans and dropped its prices.Further ReadingInside Electrify America’s plan to simplify electric car chargingWhen Electrify America started rolling out the first phase of a $2 billion charging network in 2019, it did so with a complicated payment structure. That means you'll pay the same to put a kWh in a Chevy Bolt at 50kW as a Porsche Taycan at 270kW.The cost of a kWh for Electrify America's Pass+ members is $0.31/kWh; if you don't want to pay the $4 monthly fee to be a Pass+ member, the rate is $0.43/kWh. This is more expensive than the $0.28/kWh Tesla currently charges in the same states, although it no longer offers free Supercharging to new owners.In states where Electrify America is required to bill by the minute, it has simplified its structure into just two bands—one for EVs that can charge at up to 90kW, the second for EVs that can charge up to 350kW.

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