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With the update comes lower prices.

Electrify America has listened to feedback from electric vehicle owners, potential customers, and longtime industry advocates. As a result we have developed a new pricing structure that is fair, consistent, and recognizes the increasing customer demand for kilowatt-hour pricing. With the new pricing, we deliver a simplified charging experience that shows new and existing customers how easy it is to own an EV.

 

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Well, at least they may be listening. Still drastically more expensive than Tesla Superchargers - like about 4 times. Now if they could just keep them all working as well.
 

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Certainly, a step in the right direction, and hopefully they keep pushing things forward. They really need manufacturers building EVs to further help subsidize the cost of the EVSE infrastructure to the point where owners are just paying for electricity. That would of course require a lot of coordination between the various EVSE companies. But that will go a long way toward helping EV adoption.
 

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Certainly, a step in the right direction, and hopefully they keep pushing things forward. They really need manufacturers building EVs to further help subsidize the cost of the EVSE infrastructure to the point where owners are just paying for electricity. That would of course require a lot of coordination between the various EVSE companies. But that will go a long way toward helping EV adoption.
Agree.

As long as they listen to consumers and continually reassess the pricing structure, then they should be fine. If not, Ionity and other companies will gladly step in.
 
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