Energy and Environment Reporting for Texas

Plug On In, San Antonio

The City of San Antonio cut the ribbon on six electric vehicle charging stations today. There are about 50 electric vehicles currently in use in the city, according to the San Antonio Express-News. The city covered the $10,000 total cost for the project through a Department of Energy grant. It takes about four hours to recharge a plug-in hybrid like the Chevy Volt.

There are already two solar charging stations at the airport, the Express reports, bringing the number of city charging stations to eight. The stations are free to use.

Map of San Antonio’s EV Charging Stations:

View EV Charging Stations in San Antonio in a larger map

Texas has more than 100 electric vehicle charging stations, according to the ChargePoint website, which offers subscriptions for charging. Austin has the most stations thus far, and has about 150 electric vehicles currently in use, according to Austin Energy. Here’s a screenshot of a map, and you can search for locations on its website:

Map by ChargePoint/Google Maps

EV Charging Stations in Texas


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