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33155

Electric Vehicles and Charging Stations

Coral Gables Adds 53 Electric Vehicles to Its Green Fleet Along With 25 Public/Private Charging Points Located Throughout the City


In 2016, the City of Coral Gables introduced its new Green Fleet, 20 electric Nissan Leaf vehicles. These electric vehicles do not use a single drop of gas, which means no tailpipe, no fumes, and zero emissions into the environment. Since, 2016 the City has continued adding more electric vehicles to its fleet. The City currently has a total of 53 electric vehicles in its fleet. One of the largest municipal government electric vehicle fleet in the State of Florida. The goal is 78 Electric Vehicles in the City fleet by FY 2021.

Two (2) Level 3 single port Fast Charging stations are located in the City Hall parking lot (405 Biltmore Way). The charging stations are available for the public’s use and are capable of recharging electric vehicles up to 70% of its power in about 30 minutes. In addition, a total of five (5) Level 2 dual port ChargePoint charging stations are available at Parking Garage #2 (220 Aragon Avenue), Parking Garage #4 (345 Andalusia Avenue) and Parking Garage #6 (51 Aragon Avenue). Each dual port station can charge two vehicles at one time. To check the station's availability and to create a Chargepoint account please visit ChargePoint website. Opening a ChargePoint account will enable the use of any of the charging stations located in the City Garages.

Below is a complete list of the public charging locations in the City: 

  • (5) level II Dual Port Chargepoint Charging Stations available at (2) Parking Garage #2 (220 Aragon Avenue), (1) Garage #4 (345 Andalusia Avenue) and (2) Garage #6 (51 Aragon Avenue).  
  • (2) Level III single port EVGo stations at City Hall (405 Biltmore Way)
  • (1) Level II Dual Port Chargepoint Charging Station at Kerdyk Tennis Center (1150 Anastasia Ave)

Since Coral Gables installed the electric vehicle charging stations in the public garages in early 2016, over 15,000 charging sessions have been completed and over 125,000 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced/avoided. 

For more information, contact 305-460-5008

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