Rate increase for the electric Circuit

Avto 24 January, 2018
  • Autonet

    Frédéric Mercier

    Wednesday, 24 January 2018 10:42

    Wednesday, 24 January 2018 10:42

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    Drivers of electric cars will soon have to pay a bit more for access to the terminals of the quick-charge 400-volt electrical Circuit.

    From the 1st of February, the rate of use of these terminals will increase from$ 10 to$ 12 per hour. The total amount will be charged to the minute. A recharge of 30 minutes, for example, will cost now 6$ instead of 5$.


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    For terminals 240 volt, their cost of use remains the same. Depending on their location, some have a flat rate of$ 2.50 per session while others charge instead of$ 1 per hour.

    According to the latest statistics available on the website of the electrical Circuit, the network now has 1283 charging stations for electric vehicles across the province of Quebec and eastern Ontario. Among these, we found 107 terminals quick at 400 volts.