By using an app, you can add money to your account. You can then use the available balance in your online wallet to charge your vehicle at any station in our network.
Visit the App Store or Google Play Store and follow the steps indicated on your phone. At present, the app is only available for iPhone and Android smartphones.
Please see the charging instructions.Level 2 Charger Using the App:
You can find a charge station through the Evergo application or evergo.com. Click here to access the stations map.
There is an ID sticker on the charger. It is easy to find. You will see a barcode that you can scan from your Evergo App, or you can find it underneath the QR code.
We use yellow and green labels to make it easy for the drivers to select the appropriate connector and power level for their electric vehicles. The yellow power level labels are for CCS1 connectors. The green labels indicate CHAdeMO. For example, a yellow label marked “up to 350kW” means the charger offers up to 350kW for a CCS1 compatible electric vehicle. If your EV is incompatible with the indicated maximum charge, the charger will automatically give you the maximum charge it can manage.
Even though there are two connectors on every Level 3 Evergo charger, only one may be used at a time. Having two connectors makes it easier for more vehicles to charge regardless of the type of connector they require or where their charge ports are located. If one of the connectors is in use, search for the nearest unoccupied charger.
That depends on the car battery’s capacity, how the vehicle is driven, the type of vehicle and the road conditions. For example, a Tesla Model 3 Long Range can run an average of 400 kilometres.
You can charge 80% of the battery using our Level 3 charger in less than an hour. But, of course, this depends on the power level of the charger and the charge level of the battery.
7.1 km/kWh, depending on the driver, type of vehicle and road conditions.
Yes, by using the charger that comes with the vehicle. However, since it has a very low output, the charging time would be very long. The duration of a full battery charge could be over 18 hours. This may vary depending on the charger and the battery’s power level.
Today we have over 30 charging locations in Jamaica and another 200 earmarked for installation islandwide in the next two years. Find the one closest to you by clicking here.