SemaConnect EV Charging Station Near Me

  • 4

    Total Level 1 Stations

  • 2293

    Total Level 2 Stations

  • 6

    Total Level 3 Stations

  • 990

    Total Number of Free Stations

  • J1772, CCS, CHAdeMO

    Connector Type



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SemaConnect is an Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure organization, supplying EV charging equipment and operating a network of independently owned charging stations across the US and Canada.

SemaConnect was founded in 2008 mainly supplying charging equipment, and developing its charging station network in 2011. In 2022 the SemaConnect network was acquired by Blink Charging, which now owns the company and its assets.

All the SemaConnect charging stations use the J1772 AC connector which is common to all EVs except Tesla, which need a separate adapter.

How to Charge at SemaConnect Charging Station?

First, to use a SemaConnect charging station, you have four different options for initiating a charging session.

  1. You can use the SemaConnect or Blink mobile app.
  2. You can call SemaConnect Customer Service and they will remote start a charging session for you.
  3. If you have a SemaConnect membership, you will have a SemaCharge pass card that enables you to start and stop a charging session.
  4. You can use Plugshare, the largest EV charging app that partners with SemaConnect, which will also help you to locate the nearest SemaConnect charging station

Next you hold your ChargePass or mobile device to the reader screen on the charging point to authenticate the transaction.

Third, connect your EV with the cord to the charging point. If you hear a click you will know it is secure.

Once the light on the station turns from blue to green your vehicle has successfully started charging.

SemaConnect Cost Per Charge

The cost per charge for an EV depends on several factors. It can vary by location or state, by the amount of power used, how much power is already remaining in the battery, and the size and age of the battery.

Cost per charge is not generally advertised, and users will be advised of the cost at the time of charging, which can be paid through a variety of methods, including:

  • Apple Pay and Google Pay
  • Credit or debit card
  • With a SemaConnect Pass
  • Through the SemaConnect app or the Semaconnect website
  • By using a third party app such as Plugshare or Chargehub.

SemaConnect Charging Speed

Most SemaConnect charging stations use level 2 AC connectors, which can fully charge an EV in 4 to 8 hours, although charging is fastest for the first 80% of charge. As the battery heats up the charging speed drops significantly.

Fast charging using DC power is available at some SemaConnect stations, which can provide a full charge in 1 to 2 hours.

To avoid long wait times while charging, it is recommended that a partial charge each time, especially on a long trip, is better. When the trip is finished the EV can be charged overnight or when it is not in use for a long period.

What Type of Chargers Does SemaConnect Charging Station Provide?

The majority of SemaConnect stations use the J1772 AC connector, but the CHAdeMO and CCS fast charging DC connectors are available at some stations. The fast chargers are usually located along major highways or where people need a large amount of range added to their EVs quickly.

Location details for the AC or DC charging stations can be found on the SemaConnect app, or through our EV Charging Stations Near Me function.

Which Electric Cars Does SemaConnect Charging Station Support?

Almost all EVs in the US use the J1772 AC connector suitable for charging at SemaConnect stations, except for Tesla EVs, which can connect to a J1772 charge point with a special adapter.

Currently in the US, the Nissan LEAF and the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV are the only electric vehicles that use the CHAdeMO DC connector type, and this connector is available at limited SemaConnect sites.

Other vehicles including BMW can also use the CCS fast charging DC connector in addition to the J1772, and the CCS system is available at most SemaConnect sites.


The SemaConnect network and EVSE technology has now been added to the Blink Charging operation, giving greater flexibility to the EV users in terms of available apps and charging systems.


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