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Charging on the Go

Charging on the Go

Travel with Confidence

Charging on the go is convenient with thousands of public charger available across the state. We are committed to expanding the EV charging infrastructure around Georgia with our growing list of fast-charging locations.

There are over 1300 chargers and 3400 charging ports available in the state today.*

*Source: Drive Electric Georgia

Community Charging Locations

Charging stations are popping up all over communities and workplaces, giving you the ability to charge even when you're not home. As the electric vehicle market grows, we want to make sure you can drive electric all across the state of Georgia and beyond with confidence.

Click the markers on the Interactive Map to find a Georgia Power community charging location near you.

In addition to our own network of charging stations, there are hundreds through PlugShare and ChargePoint.

In addition to our own network of charging stations, there are hundreds through PlugShare and ChargePoint.

In addition to our own network of charging stations, there are hundreds through PlugShare and ChargePoint.

Moving from Time-based to kWh-based Pricing

We are in the process of updating our Community Chargers’ pricing structure by shifting from a time-based model to charging by the kilowatt-hour (kWh). The latest pricing information for each charging location can be found on the charger screen or through your ChargePoint app.

Time-Based Pricing kWh-Based Pricing
Level 2 Charger
​$1 per hour for the first 3 hours
$6 per hour after
$0.28 per kWh
DC Fast Charger
$0.25 per minute $0.48 per kWh*

*Idle Fee: $0.40/min after a 10-minute grace period, once charging session is complete.

Types of Community Chargers

Level 2 Chargers

Up to 25 miles of range replenished per hour

Ultra Fast Charging

DC Fast Chargers

Up to 160 miles of range replenished per hour

Ultra Fast Charging

DC Ultra Fast Chargers

Up to 270 miles of range replenished per hour​

Ultra Fast Charger

Connecting Communities

Whether you're going from Savannah to Atlanta, or Columbus to Valdosta, we've got you covered.

There are currently over 30,000 electric vehicles on the road today* and that number will only continue to rise. This is why we are committed to increasing the availability of charging stations around the state.

*Source: Georgia Department of Economic Development

Growing the future of electric transportation

Tess and Ty celebrate National Drive Electric Week by hitting hotspots around Atlanta in their EV.


Charging Made Easy with ChargePoint

Download the ChargePoint app to find charging stations, check availability, and start charging your EV. Once you sign up you can even get notifications about your charging status.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to all your questions.

What are the different types of EVs?

Electric vehicles come in many forms. PEV, or Plug-in Electric Vehicle, is any vehicle that plugs in to recharge. These vehicles may or may not also have a gasoline engine on board. PEVs come in three types:

  • BEV, or Battery Electric Vehicle, is a total electric vehicle that stores electricity in batteries
  • PHEV, or Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle, primarily uses gasoline and is supplemented with electricity
  • EREV, or Extended-Range Electric Vehicle, primarily uses electricity and is supplemented with gasoline

How do Electric Vehicle chargers/charging stations work?

Electric Vehicle chargers and charging station work by harnessing electricity and then distributing the power to your vehicle once they are plugged in.

Can all Electric Vehicles use the same charger?

Yes. All electric vehicles sold in North America use the standard plugs for level 1 and level 2 chargers. This means that you can charge any electric car at any level 2 charging station.