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Charge your electric vehicle (EV) at home with 100 percent renewable energy! ERMU offers an EV charging program that features an affordable time-of-use (TOU) rate. To save even more, customers can also take advantage of up to a $500 rebate toward the purchase and installation of a 240 volt EV charger.
This program is available to ERMU electric customers who own an electrically powered vehicle used for on-road transportation. Charging of the vehicle can occur at any time but will subject to “on-peak” and “off-peak” energy charges per hour daily. Off-peak hours typically occur between 10 p.m. and 10 a.m.
Contact us with questions or for additional information about the Electric Vehicle In-Home Charging program.
ERMU currently operates three public charging stations in Elk River: one in the downtown parking lot where the Farmers Market is held, one in the ERMU parking lot adjacent to City Hall, and the other at the Coborn's fuel station off of Highway 169. The downtown and ERMU charging stations feature a 240 volt Level 2 Charger with two EV Plugs (J1772), and the charging station at Coborn's features a 480 volt DC Fast Charger with Chadmo and Combo charging EV Plugs.
Fees for Charging:
|DC Fast Charger - 480 Volt||$0.2000 kWh|
|Level Two Charger - 240 Volt||$0.1500 kWh|
The charging station is accessed through the ChargePoint network. Visit www.chargepoint.com for complete instructions and tech support.
Basic steps include:
The EV network is growing steadily, with convenient and easily accessible public charging stations throughout the United States. Visit these resources to learn more.
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