Volta is building networks of ad-sponsored electric vehicle charging stations in cities across the nation. Our stations are free to use and open to any EV driver. We put our stations where drivers want to be by partnering with the owners of your favorite shopping malls, grocery stores, movie theaters, and more.
Our partners host the stations in prime locations at their properties and in return receive a valuable service for their customers free of charge. Volta’s generous advertising sponsors make this possible. By purchasing ad space on a Volta station, sponsor companies support their community and the environment, while at the same time showcasing their brand at premium locations.
What’s the catch?
There is no catch. Our advertisers pay for the power it takes to charge any electric vehicle that uses a Volta station. We don’t require registration, a credit card number, or any kind of validation from our station hosts. At Volta, free means free.
Where can I find the stations?
Check out the Volta station locations map here.
How much power does a Volta station provide and how long does it take to charge my car?
Volta’s stations all operate at 30 amps. This means they can provide about 25 miles of range per hour, depending on the car.
How long can I stay?
Most of our stations have a 2-3 hour time limit posted by our site hosts. Keep it close to the time limit and you should be fine. Please don’t leave your car at our stations all day or overnight; we want all drivers to have the opportunity to use Volta’s network as they go about their day.
Utah-based Epic Ventures and Honolulu-based Blue Startups said Thursday that they have invested an undisclosed amount in Volta Industries, a Honolulu firm that provides free advertising-supported electric-vehicle charging stations, to launch a station-finder mobile application and accelerate expansion of its charging network throughout North America.
Electric vehicles, or EV’s, are making more and more sense as it becomes easier to keep them juiced up and on the roads. Perhaps you’ve seen some of those new electric charging kiosks? EV drivers can plug into these stations for free. The kiosks are already located at Kahala and Pearlridge malls.
Volta Industries (Volta) today announced the return of its corporate giving program, Awareness Powered by Volta, a community service outreach program specifically designed to help non-profit and community groups with building awareness by providing them free advertising space worth thousands of dollars on Volta’s electric vehicle (EV) charging station kiosks.
Volta Industries LLC (Volta) today announced electric vehicle drivers will enjoy additional locations to “charge up” for free, thanks to a brand new partnership with local companies Solar Help Hawaii and Honolulu Ford. It demonstrates Volta’s commitment to growing its business in the Hawaii marketplace, as the company prepares to expand its presence in Arizona and California.
By the end of the year, Volta Industries expects to have installed as many as 150 of its free-to-use, advertising-supported electric-vehicle charging stations here in Hawaii and on the Mainland in states such as California and Arizona.