As electric vehicles become more popular, many of our customers have questions about vehicle charging, operating costs and billing options. If you are considering an electric vehicle purchase, please review the information and resources below.
A. The US Department of Energy has a great website with lots of information about electric vehicles. Learn about technologies available, models available, info about emissions and much
Costs to operate differ depending on make, model and driving habits. You can compare the costs of electric and gasoline vehicles using this tool offered by the US Department of Energy.
Rebates, incentives and tax credits change quite often. Please use this incentive locator help find available local and federal incentives.
Liberty Utilities has public charging stations located at 15 Buttrick Rd., Londonderry, NH 03053. To find other EV charging stations, use this EV charging station locator from the US Department of Energy.
No. The charging station can be put on your existing electric service however you will need to contact a licensed electrician to determine if your current service can safely handle the addition of a charging station.
Yes, however, a customer would need to convert the whole individual private dwelling to the Time-of-Use rate and then add a charging station to that service. A Time-of-Use rate is not available at this time to service only a charging station.
A licensed electrician can determine if your current service can handle the added demand of an EV charging station. Depending on the charging options for the vehicle you select, an upgrade to your home’s electrical wiring may be required. Upgrades to your home's wiring should be performed by an electrician. If your electrician recommends an upgrade to the utility service to your home, call us at 1-800-375-7413 option 5.