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Is $1/hour the right price for plug-in car charging? Industry says yes

Owners of public electric-vehicle charging stations would do well to bill their customers about a $1 per hour. That’s the rate where they can make money but won’t make EV drivers feel gouged, according to the Christian Science Monitor reports, citing several members of the EV charging station industry.

Pat Romano, CEO of EV-charging station maker Coulomb Technologies, told the publication that $2 an hour is “expensive,” especially given that most EVs charge at a rate of about 3.3 kilowatts per hour – and that much energy usually costs about 50 cents.

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