Electric Car Charging Stations in Utah

As of 2022, Salt Lake City has the most charging stations—938 total—in the state of Utah. But with EV incentives on the rise, more are certain to come.
Written by Kathryn Mae Kurlychek
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
There are 1,984 public charging stations for electric vehicles in
. You can easily find nearby charging stations by using online maps.
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Where to find electric vehicle charging stations in Utah

Nearly 2,000 public charging stations currently exist in Utah, according to
. To find EV charging locations near you, you’ll need to consider a few different factors—including what type of charging equipment you need for your car. 
  • Level 1: The equivalent of a 120-volt household outlet. Charging can take 24 hours or more; most common for at-home charging. Best for plug-in hybrid vehicles. 
  • Level 2: With a 208-volt commercial or 240-volt residential outlet, charging can occur more quickly, typically taking between 4 and 10 hours. Ideal for at-home charging. 
  • Level 3: Also known as DC fast charging, or DCFC stations. Could charge at a rate of up to 20 miles per minute for some vehicles. Best for “topping off” your charge on long trips. 
  • Tesla Supercharger: Tesla-owned versions of DC fast chargers. These stations typically feature more plugs per site on average. 
The majority of public charging stations in Utah are Level 2 and Level 3 (DCFC) charging stations, although some Level 1 charging stations do exist. DCFC stations are most common in larger cities, such as Salt Lake City. 
There are a couple of websites that map out the location of EV charging stations across the state:
  • ChargeHub
    : Lists Level 1, Level 2, DCFC (Level 3), and Tesla Supercharger stations
  • PlugShare
    : Lists charging station locations by city, shows pricing and parking information
  • AFDC
    : The Alternative Fuels Data Center provides information on laws and incentives, plus a searchable map of charging stations across the U.S.

Utah cities with the most EV charging stations

Total number of public charging stations
DCFC stations
Tesla stations
Free stations
Salt Lake City
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How much does it cost to charge an electric car in Utah? 

The cost to charge an electric vehicle in Utah can vary based on the type of EV you drive and how long you charge your vehicle. There are a number of free public charging stations across the state—and in
Salt Lake City
, all city Level 2 charging stations are free to use! 
Other charging stations may include a fee to park or have a fixed hourly rate for recharging your vehicle. That price can vary based on the type of station you need. 
For Level 1 charging, you can expect to pay anywhere from $1.50 to $14 to charge your vehicle, depending on your battery size and location. For Level 2 charging, the typical cost is between $0.20 to $0.30 per kWh, and Level 3 DCFC stations have an average rate of $0.35/kWh or about $10 to $30 per charge.
Ultimately, the cost you pay will depend on your vehicle, desired charge, and electricity rates. On average, it costs Utahns roughly $1 to charge a plug-in hybrid vehicle, and between $2 and $4 to charge a battery-powered EV. 

Utah electric vehicle incentives

Incentives for electric vehicles are more widely available to Utah residents and business owners now than ever before. Currently,
9 state incentives and 4 private utility incentives
exist to encourage EV adoption, including rebates for residential and non-residential charging stations, emissions inspection exemptions, and tax credits. 
Utahns who purchase a used electric vehicle at or below $25,000 may qualify for a $4,000 tax break, and businesses that invest in EV fleets qualify for oil and gas severance credits or possibly a federal tax credit of up to $40,000. Some electric utility companies may even extend special discounts or rebates to EV drivers. 

How to save on electric car insurance in Utah

No longer are electric vehicles a status symbol of the rich. Every year, major manufacturers introduce a greater number of electric models—making EVs increasingly accessible to a larger consumer market. And while the benefits of fewer emissions, tax exemptions, and savings on fuel costs are a major draw for many drivers, a hidden drawback comes in the form of high
car insurance
That’s right—electric vehicles tend to
cost more to insure
than their gas-powered counterparts, in part due to higher repair costs. The national average cost of an insurance premium for an electric vehicle is over $2,300. Compared to the national average cost of gasoline-powered car insurance (just $1,150 per year), it’s clear to see that electric car owners pay chronically higher rates.
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