Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations in Seattle, Washington
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Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations in Seattle, Washington

List of charging stations in Seattle for electric vehicles. Since most EVs need to charge every 60 miles, it is important to know where you can charge your vehicle should you become stuck in traffic, or have your plans change at the last minute. This article lists some easy to find places in Seattle where you can charge your car.

For those looking to charge an electric vehicle in Seattle, there are a number of charging stations already available. These stations are expected to increase, since Seattle is participating in an special program sponsored by the Obama administration to increase the number of charging stations throughout the United States.

One vary public site is at Qwest Stadium, home of the Seattle Seahawks. This is a public site, and can be used during hours the stadium is open to visitors. A check on the Qwest website will let users know when they can access the charging stations.

Another site is located at 2430 8th Avenue, the headquarters of the North Coast Electric's main office building. This charging station is solar powered, making it even more energy efficient.

Seattle's City Hall parking lot also has some charging stations. Just follow the sing into the underground parking lot. These stations are only open when the lot is open. The chargers are located at 800 5th Avenue. Use the entrance on 5th Avenue to the parking garage.

Aspira Green Apartments at 1823 Terry Avenue have public charging stations. This is an apartment building built to be energy efficient, and it has charging stations to encourage the use of electric vehicles.

Electric Vehicles Northwest at 4810 17th Avenue has charging stations for the electric bikes that it sells. These stations can also charge other EVs.

Electric Vehicle Support, a company that installs charging stations, has some public charging stations at 5308 Baker Avenue. The company uses these are examples of its products for potential customers.

Seattle-Tacoma Airport has some charging stations in its parking lot near the Alamo rental car area. These charging stations are only available to those paying to park at the airport.

Another spot is the Seattle Public Library. They have about six outlets that can be reached from the curb. They are located at 1000 Fourth Avenue.

Other folks in Seattle have been successful using the Pyramid Ale House, which will save you a spot in front to charge if you call ahead, the Silver Cloud Inn, which has some outlets in their parking lot near the door to the parking garage on the first floor, and the Crown Plaza Hotel, which will provide an extension cord to connect to your car.

As you can see, with some planning, anyone can successfully drive an EV in the Seattle, Washington area.  Many companies and organizations are willing to give a hand to an electric vehicle user.

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Comments (2)

This is great. I live north of Seattle. I will have to check out these Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.

Useful info. Thank you Teresa.