ResidentialOwning a plug-in electric car or a hybrid electric vehicle means a new way to fuel. The convenience of charging at home can reduce or even eliminate your trips to the gas station, but it also comes with choices. With more than 100 years of experience in providing safe and reliable electricity, we’re here to help you make informed decisions about how and when to charge your electric vehicle.
How much does it cost to charge a plug-in car? Much less than it costs to buy gasoline. The exact amount varies depending on the car and your electricity rate. On average, it's less than $1 to charge a plug-in hybrid and $2-$4 for an all-electric car. EVs are the most efficient cars on the road and their cost per mile driven is significantly less than with a gasoline-powered car.Learn more >
Where will you plug in your new electric car, and how fast do you want to charge it? Will you need to install equipment or upgrade your wiring? Whether you live in a house, a building, or a complex, we’re here to help you understand your options for charging at home and the installation process to get set up.Learn more >