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The Porsche app gives electric car drivers access to 75% of compatible US chargers

Porsche on Thursday announced a U.S. deal with ChargePoint to bring the network’s chargers to the My Porsche app starting in the fourth quarter of this year.

According to Porsche, with this app and the coordinated Porsche Charging Service, this arrangement will bring the total number of chargers supported to more than 86,000. That combined total includes both the CCS DC fast charger, which you can take on a highway trip, and the J1772 AC charger, also known as a destination or Level 2 charger—or simply the one that Owners can install it at home.

At these public charging points, Porsche drivers will not need to worry about personal payment details as it will be processed through a single account — an arrangement that is becoming increasingly common among drivers. brand to support ease of ownership.

According to the Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center, ChargePoint includes a total of 62,536 chargers across 34,569 locations. This occurred at 2,783 locations with DC fast charging and 31,789 locations with destination charging.

Porsche Macan EV and ChargePoint chargers

Porsche Macan EV and ChargePoint chargers

President and CEO of Porsche Cars North America, Timo Resch, said the move to bring in ChargePoint “is very timely as we look forward to the arrival of both the new Taycan coming to Porsche Center this summer as well as the Macan Electric is completely new later this year.”

Indeed, a refresh The 2025 Porsche Taycan offers more range while keeping 10-80% charge stops under 20 minutes, in some cases, with access to a 350 kw CCS connector. And Macan electric SUV built on that 800-volt charging technology, with a The input price is 80,450 USD.

2024 Porsche Taycan Turbo GT Weissach Package

2024 Porsche Taycan Turbo GT Weissach Package

Porsche, part of the Volkswagen Group, announced in December that it will implement the Tesla-based NACS standard in future products for North America starting in 2025.

Porsche reiterated in Thursday’s announcement that it is still “exploring adapter solutions for existing vehicles to access the Tesla Supercharger network, starting in the first half of 2025.” It’s easy to see why this wasn’t a particular priority for Porsche; As Green Car Reports has previously highlighted, Taycan drivers can will not see the highest charging speed on the Tesla Supercharger V3 hardware, while the latest V4 hardware kit for higher voltage charging has been slow to roll out.


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