Blink EV Charging Station Near Me

  • 2

    Total Level 1 Stations

  • 1653

    Total Level 2 Stations

  • 100

    Total Level 3 Stations

  • 98

    Total Number of Free Stations

  • J1772, CCS, CHAdeMO

    Connector Type



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Blink is an international company providing EV charging service and equipment in 25 countries around the world. It has a wide network of charging stations in the US in various locations including residential and commercial properties, airports, colleges, parking garages, shopping malls, schools, and workplaces.

Blink charging stations are predominantly Level 2 AC chargers using the J1772 connector that is common to all EVs (except Tesla which need a special adapter), and there are also some fast-charging DC stations which use the CHAdeMO connector.

Blink also sells units for installation as home chargers. The HQ200 is a level 2 home charger and it is available through most online retail outlets.

Blink Charging Station Cost

In terms of pricing at Blink stations, 15 states in the US allow pricing by KWh, and costs vary from $0.39 to $0.79 per KWh at a level 2 charging station and from $0.49 to $0.69 per KWh at a fast charging station.

In states where charging by KWh is not allowed, charging at level 2 stations costs from $0.04 to $0.06 per minute and at fast charging stations from $6.99 to $9.99 per session.

Blink charging stations can be used by anyone, however it also has a membership scheme which gives discounts on charging costs to members of 20% or more depending on membership level. This scheme is free to join and you can sign up through its website.

Blink Charging Station Speed

Charging speed for an EV depends on a variety of factors, including the battery size, the speed of the onboard charger, and the amount of power supplied by the charging station.

Blink level 2 AC charging stations are among the fastest available, adding up to 65 miles in one hour with 80 amps of power.

The Blink DC fast charging stations provide up to 480 amps on their circuits and can fully charge an EV from 20 minutes to 1 hour, although it is usually best to charge to 80%, since charging speed is significantly lower in the last 20% of charge.

How to Use Blink EV Charging?

Charging your EV at a Blink station is simple and requires just a few steps.

  • First, park next to the charging unit, making sure you are close enough to use the cord, which is provided at the machine.
  • Next, unwind the cord and plug it into the charge port on your car, making sure it latches firmly into place.

You can start the charging session by using the Blink mobile app or your Blink membership card. If you do not have the app or the card you can call customer service and get a 'guest' number so you can log on to the charger as a guest user.

When the electricity starts flowing it will be displayed on the screen, along with the mileage being added. You can also check on the display screen inside your car.

After finishing charging, remove the connector, rewind the cord, and put it neatly back where you found it. You can then drive away.

How to Pay For Blink Car Charging?

There are several ways to pay for charging your EV at a Blink station.

When you sign up for a Blink membership, you will get a card which will be linked to your preferred method of payment.

If you don't have a membership card, you can download the app, which you can also link to your payment method. By using the card or the app you can be automatically billed for the cost of charging.

For users who log on at the charging station as a Guest user, there is a facility to use a regular RFID credit or debit card, which you swipe first before starting the charging session, and the card is billed at the end of the session.

How Can I Find Blink Charging Stations Near Me?

The easiest way to find a Blink charging station is by using the Blink mobile app. You can search for a charging station by address, zip code, or city, and filter the results by availability, cost, or connection type. The app will let you know where there are free spaces for charging at a particular station.

The app also shows recommendations for nearby amenities such as cafes, restaurants and shopping centers where you can pass the time while charging.

You can also check the availability of Blink stations on the ChargeHub charging station map, and the charging stations are also shown on Google Maps and Apple Maps. Or simply turn to our EV Charging Stations Near Me function.

How Many Blink Charging Locations Are There in the United States?

Blink Charging is a leader in electric vehicle charging equipment, with over 23,000 charging stations opened worldwide since 2009. As early adopters of EVSE, Blink has become one of the largest owners and operators of EV charging stations.

In 2022 Blink acquired the US company SemaConnect and its assets, adding to its network, and now has over 5,000 stations in North America.

There are currently around 140,000 charging stations in the US provided by various operators, and industry studies predict that within the next two years that will more than quadruple, to over 500,000.


Blink is currently one of the larger EV charging station operators in the US, with over 420,000 members signed up and its user-friendly mobile app makes locating a station, charging an EV, and paying for it a very simple process.

With the backing of a worldwide organization, Blink is set to become one of the major players in the field of EV charging over the next few years.