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Level 2 Station

Level 2 Station


Cost of Charging

How long does charging usually take?

  • 2 to 3 hours.

Where can I find this type of charging?

  • In the parking lots of Electric Circuit partners (municipalities, businesses, institutions) across Québec.
  • Along street parking in urban centers.

When would I use this type of charging?

  • To top up your battery when you’re on the go.
  • For a full charge at your destination.
  • As an alternate solution to home charging.

WARNING: A $5 fee will be charged to your Electric Circuit account for all requests to activate a charging station through the CAA-Québec help line. This will be in addition to the cost of your charge. To avoid this fee, we’d like to remind you that the mobile app or your Electric Circuit card are always available when you need them.


Use it in 4 steps:


Hold your Electric Circuit card in front of the scanner. Instructions will be displayed on the screen. Once the authentication is complete, the door will unlock.


Lift the door and unplug the connector from the charging station.


Plug the connector into your vehicle's outlet.


When charging is finished, unplug the connector from your vehicle. Roll the cable around the support, put the connector back into the station and close the door to complete the transaction.

Stations and pricing

All plug-in electric vehicle models available in North America are equipped with a socket that is compatible with level 2 charging stations. Only all-electric vehicles with a CHAdeMO or Combo socket can be charged at 50 kW fast-charge station. The Charging options table summarizes the types of charging available for each model of EV sold in Canada.