EV Charging Maps and Links
Charging Electrical Information
California Air Resources Board (CARB) has established Conductive EV Charging as the standard. Different areas have different policies, check with the local Air Resources Board. The EAA promotes the use of both AVCON conductive EV charging (level 2, connected to a 240 VAC 40 amp source)and a standard 120 VAC 20 amp outlet (level 1) be installed at each EV charging location. Production and conversion EVs benefit from the fast level 2 EV charging. Local conversion EVs, nEVs (neighborhood EVs), LSV (electric Low Speed Vehicles), golf cars / carts, Electric bikes and scooters benefit from an inexpensive common 120 VAC 20 amp outlet.
Coulomb ChargePoint Network
EV Charger Finder (app)