Driving Electric in Palo Alto
The City of Palo Alto encourages the use of Electric Vehicles (EVs) as part of our progress towards becoming one of the greenest cities in the country. Our city ranks as one of the
Learn more about EVs in Palo Alto
We're here to help! Check out these frequently asked questions for answers. Contact us at (650) 329-2241 to talk with staff about EVs and programs to help you go electric.
Charging your EV in Palo Alto
Let us help with guidance and support when navigating the transition from fossil fueled vehicles to EVs. Our EV
Public EV Charging Stations
Click on a pin to learn more about the EV Charging Stations available in Palo Alto and the surrounding regions. Note: Some EV charging stations are free and others have fees and/or are only open to members of a certain network.
Be sure to also check out the City of Palo Alto's public charging stations in several city garages (City Hall, Alma/High, Cambridge, Ted Thompson, Bryant/Webster) and two libraries (Mitchell Park and Rinconada).
Note: This map may not display correctly in all browsers. If you are unable to view it, please try opening this page in another browser. Visit the PlugShare website for more details on charging stations.
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|EV Charger Rebate for Multi-User Sites||City Installs Public Chargers Downtown||CustomerConnect & Time-of-Use Rates|
January 2017. CPAU is now offering a rebate of up to $30,000 for the installation of EV Chargers at qualified sites, including schools, multifamily dwellings such as apartment complexes and commercial properties.
To learn more, visit our EV Chargers for Organizations page.
January 2017. The City has installed EV Chargers at several garage sites (City Hall, Alma/High, Cambridge, Ted Thompson, Bryant/Webster) and two libraries (Mitchell Park and Rinconada).
Read our news release about the unveiling of new chargers at the Bryant Street garage.
January 2017. CustomerConnect is a CPAU pilot program that installs smart meters in a limited
number of households. Participants are also able
to sign up for a Time-of-Use (TOU) rate.
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