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Electrify Canada Expanding Charging Network To Six Stations In Ontario
New Charging Station Installation Planned in Welland, Agincourt, London, Barrie and Kingston
Electrify Canada is expanding to six ultra-fast electric vehicle charging stations across the province of Ontario. The new stations demonstrate the company’s commitment to growing electric vehicle (EV) adoption and charging accessibility throughout Ontario and across Canada.
The Ontario cities of Welland, Agincourt, London, Barrie and Kingston will be the latest to host Electrify Canada’s ultra-fast 150 to 350-kilowatt (kW) chargers. Electrify Canada’s first charging station was opened in the fall of 2019 at Toronto Premium Outlets.
Three of the six Ontario stations are operational; the remaining three will open to public charging in the first quarter of 2020. The stations are located along major transit highways and metro areas to provide easy access to amenities like shopping, food and restrooms, building upon Electrify Canada’s mission to provide fast, convenient charging to all EV drivers.
The Ontario stations are located at:
- Halton Hills – 13850 Steeles Avenue, W, Halton Hills, ON (open)
- Welland – Canadian Tire, 158 Primeway Dr., Welland, ON (open)
- Agincourt – Canadian Tire, 4630 Sheppard Ave. E., Agincourt, ON (open)
- London – Canadian Tire, 1125 Wellington Road, London, ON
- Barrie – Canadian Tire, 75 Mapleview Drive W, Barrie, ON
- Kingston – Canadian Tire, 2560 Princess St. Kingston, ON
EV drivers can locate Electrify Canada charging stations: https://www.electrify-canada.ca/locate-charger
“This expansion is another step towards bringing greater EV mobility to all drivers,” said Robert Barrosa, chief operating officer at Electrify Canada. “The new locations were carefully chosen to help power drivers’ journeys throughout the province, and we couldn’t be prouder to offer a fast, easy and convenient charging network.”
The company is planning a network of 32 stations across Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia, projected to be complete by the end of 2020.
The 150kW to 350kW chargers will service the longer range, larger battery vehicles coming to market in the near future and will deliver 50kW charging power to support today’s EVs from all automotive manufacturers.