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Electrify America is increasing prices at its DC fast charging stations

two electrify America stations with two plugs each are divided in stalls with a “no parking except while charging” sign in the middle. A silver Porsche taycan is plugged into one of the chargers and is parked at an angle that takes up parts of two spaces.
Photo by Umar Shakir / The Verge

Remember how rising gas prices weren’t a concern to electric car owners? Electrify America is giving users of its DC fast charging network a reminder about one of the biggest frustrations of owning internal combustion engine cars again — by increasing electricity rates at its stations (via Ars Technica).

Starting on March 6th, Electrify America will be charging US customers a standard rate of $0.48 per kilowatt hour. The company, a subsidiary of Volkswagen Auto Group, was charging $0.43 per kWh, but now, it is emailing customers to share the price increase details.

Tara Geiger of Electrify America’s corporate communications emailed the company’s statement on the price changes to The Verge:

Electrify America has been able to maintain…

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