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San Franciscos Charging Stations

You're doing your part for the environment by driving an electric car. San Francisco is doing their part offering you chargepoints to fill the tank.

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It was never easier charging an EV in San Francisco

As electric vehicles continue to gain in popularity, cities are working hard to keep up with the demand for charging stations. San Francisco, in particular, has been a leader in supporting the EV movement, with the installation of dozens of charging stations throughout the city. In 2009, the city installed three standardized chargers in front of City Hall as part of the Green Vehicle Showcase. And today, there are over 600 public EV charging stations within San Francisco limits. This is just one example of how the city is working to encourage the use of EVs. Charging an EV away from home in San Francisco is easy and convenient!

Here is a list of just some of San Francisco's public EV charging stations:
- Mission Bay: UCSF Mission Bay parking garage - 1825 4th St
- Chinatown: Wok Shop - 133 Waverly Pl
- Financial District: Sacramento St & Battery St
- Hayes Valley: Laguna Honda Hospital - 3700 California St
- Polk Gulch: Ellis-O'Farrell Garage - 123 O'Farrell St
- Union Square: Union Square Garage - 333 Post St
- SoMa: Moscone Center South garage - 747 Howard St

Charging in San Francisco is not favorite place to do that?

Click on the city below for current and planned stations in an other city. Finding certain parking spots near businesses that have complimentary valet services–like most restaurants do anyways in your favorite city? Go for it..


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EV Charging in New York City.


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Charging points in Berlin to get a full batterie.