Published: Thu, October 18, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Google Maps Adds EV Charging Stations to Map

Google Maps Adds EV Charging Stations to Map

Google Maps is the American tech giant's navigation software that is available on desktops in addition to Android and iOS devices. Searching for "EV charging" or "EV charging stations" will now bring up all the supported charging stations in a user's area, and it includes detailed information like the number of charging ports, what kind of charging ports they are and what business has the charging station in its lot.

Google Maps will list the whereabouts of charging stations supplied by Tesla and Chargepoint all across the world.

That assistance comes in the form of Google Maps which, beginning today, will show EV charging stations within the app.

Google Maps will also show pictures, individual comments, ratings and reviews related to each location. So of course Google is going to try and help with finding charging stations as people drive from one location to another. Being able to find a charging point in a mainstream app like Google Maps could go a long way towards broadening Electric Vehicle adoption. Businesses that have charging stations will now have a link to information about them.

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Google outlined the specific charging stations that can be located in different territories. In the United States there is charging station location information from SemaConnect, Blink, and EVgo as well.

The helpful new update is available now for both Android and iOS hardware.

Drivers in the U.S. will get access to details about SemaConnect, EVgo and Blink stations while Australia and New Zealand EV drivers will see information on Chargefox stations.

The feature is not yet present on the desktop version of Google Maps.

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