A 120-volt charge cord comes standard with the Bolt EV. The 240-volt (32-amp) charging is the fastest and most convenient way to charge at home – however, it does require a separate charging unit (also called an EVSE) and professional installation. With the 240-volt charging unit, there is the benefit of up to 25 miles of range per hour of charge. So, if you drive an average of 40–50 miles a day, like most U.S. commuters, you could replenish your battery in about two hours.
You can find the available 240-volt charging unit at Bolt EV certified dealers and online at GM Accessories. Our partner, Aerovironment, provides a convenient, easy-to-use solution for home installation. Otherwise, be sure to talk to a certified electrician about installation costs and incentives in your area.
Plus, with Programmable and Location-Based Charging options, you can easily set your Bolt EV to take advantage of off-peak utility rates to help save money. So, don’t forget check with your utility provider about off-peak utility rates, as well as available incentives and rebates for installation of a home charging unit.
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