On Wednesday, electric car owners in Berkeley, California were able to order their car chargers from local electric car charger companies.
The stations were located at the following locations:Berkeley Electric (BEC), Bay Area Power Company (BAPC), Green Power Company, and California Power Company.
The BEC’s charging stations have a total of 12 charging stations and can accommodate a maximum of 5 charging drivers.
The Bay Area Electric’s charging station, which was first opened in October, can accommodate up to four charging drivers and can charge the cars in approximately three hours.
The Green Power’s charging site, which opened in August, has four charging stations that can accommodate 3-6 charging drivers for an average of 8 hours.
The California Power’s site can accommodate 4-6 drivers.
All of the charging stations are available to purchase, but there is a $20 per hour fee to reserve your spot.
The fee can be waived if you purchase a full month of service, but the rate for a one-month service will remain the same.
The charging stations can also be used to charge a Tesla Model S sedan, a Model X crossover, a crossover SUV, a hybrid, or a Prius plug-in hybrid vehicle.
The locations are located on the first floor of the BEC at 1510 Market St. and on the second floor of BEC-1510 at 11th and Mission Streets.
The charging stations also serve as a parking garage for the BAC and BEC and can be used for other types of parking.
The BEC charges a flat rate of $1.30 per hour.
The Berkeley Electric charges $1 per hour for a two-hour session, $1 for a three-hour period, $2 for a four-hour day and $3 for a five-hour night.
The Bay Area P.E.C. charges $3 per hour and the California Power charges $4.
The California Power also charges $2 per hour per two-minute period and $2.25 per minute per hour of an hour.
To reserve your parking space, call the BES and ask for a free permit.
Once you’ve done that, you can call the Berkeley Electric and ask to reserve the parking space for the car.
The parking fee at the BEE is $2 and is waived for residents with disabilities.
The Berkeley Electric is charging $1, while the Bay Area BEC is charging free.