Honda and Acura Electric Vehicles Will Gain Access to Largest EV Charging Networks in North America Thanks to New Agreements with EVgo and Electrify America.

Honda and Acura Electric Vehicles Will Gain Access to Largest EV Charging Networks in North America Thanks to New Agreements with EVgo and Electrify America.

  • The new agreement adds one-app access to EVgo and Electrify America’s charging networks, as well as roaming partners, through the HondaLink® and Acura EV apps.
  • Honda and Acura customers will have access to Tesla Supercharger stations across the country
  • Partnership with seven leading automakers, including Honda, will create a new high-power fast charging network

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. today announced that it has reached agreements with EVgo and Electrify America, as well as roaming network partners, to give Honda and Acura EV customers access to the largest charging networks in North America. This latest agreement includes the latest ad that Honda will use the NACS charging standard while Honda and Acura EVs gain access to the Tesla Supercharger network.

Together with recent ventures which Honda partnered with six other major automakers to create a leading high-power charging network, US Honda and Acura EV customers will be able to use most US public DC chargers starting in 2024 and can expect to have 100,000 DC charging stations available to them by 2030.

“Honda is committed to providing our customers with easy access to the fastest charging options of any automaker,” said Jay Joseph, vice president, Sustainability and Business Development at American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “With access to a variety of fast charging networks: Tesla’s Supercharger Network; EVgo; Electrify America; and roaming partner networks, Honda and Acura EV drivers will enjoy stress-free and convenient charging away from home. “

New Billing Agreements
A new agreement with EVgo and Electrify America, among the nation’s largest fast-charging networks for EVs, will give Honda and Acura EV owners access to a single app at thousands of fast chargers across the United States. Without leaving the HondaLink and Acura EV smartphone apps, Honda and Acura EV owners can find available stations, make payments, redeem credits, enroll in subscription plans and access other features at EVgo and Electrify America stations and those of their partners who roam

After purchasing or leasing a new Honda or Acura EV, customers can choose one of three charging packages included in the MSRP. Honda and Acura offer a combination of public charging loans, charging equipment and installation loans to fit the lifestyle of every buyer, whether they are a homeowner or renter, a new EV driver or those trading in a newer EV.

Credit charging with EVgo and its roaming partner networks will be included with every optional charging package, providing an even more convenient option for EV owners. These credits will range from $750 for owners looking to add public charging to $100 for owners choosing a Level 2 Home Charging Station and a $500 installation credit, with an intermediate option including a $300 public charging credit paired with Level 1/Level 2. Kit with $250 installation credit. Customers use the installation loan through Honda Home Electric (HHE) or Acura Home Electric (AHE) marketplace where they can access a network of experienced local installers, as well as dedicated support from expert Energy Consultants available to answer questions about installation, rebates and incentives and other home electrification products.

Electrify America will offer all first-time Honda and Acura EV owners 60kWh of regular public charging, including every available charging package. With these offers, Honda is the first automaker to offer its customers credit across multiple networks in the United States.

Full details will be available closer to the launch of the new Honda Prologue and Acura ZDX in early 2024.

Honda and Acura Charging Packages

Option A

Option B

Option C

Charging Devices

Home Charging Station (Level 2)

Portable Charging Kit
(Level 1 and 2)

Installation Loans



EVgo Recharge Credit




Electrify America’s Introductory Charge

60 kWh

60 kWh

60 kWh

Tesla Supercharger Network Access
As recently announced, Honda and Acura customers will have access to Tesla Supercharger stations with the adoption of the North American Charging Standard (NACS). In 2024 Honda Prelude and the Acura ZDX will have a Composite Charging System (CCS) port, but all electric SUVs are planned to be NACS compatible through the use of a charging adapter.

Honda plans to launch a new NACS-equipped EV model in North America in 2025. From then on, Honda will continue to use NACS standards for its models.

EV Partnership Charging Network
American Honda also recently announced that it has agreed to establish a cooperation among the world’s seven leading car manufacturers – BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz Group, Stellantis NV – to create a premium network of EVs with the aim of building a reliable charging infrastructure to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles in North America, by making EV charging more convenient, accessible and reliable.

Expected to launch this year, the joint venture aims to become the leading network of reliable high-power charging stations in North America. Each site will have multiple high-power DC chargers, making long-distance travel easier for customers. In line with the sustainability strategies of the seven automakers, the joint venture aims to enable a charging network exclusively powered by renewable energy.

The new charging stations will be accessible to all battery electric vehicles from any automaker using CCS or NACS and are expected to meet or exceed the spirit and requirements of the US National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program.

More Honda and Acura Electrical Information
Honda Home Electric (HHE) and Acura Home Electric (AHE) is an online marketplace designed to make it easy and convenient for Honda and Acura EV drivers to set up the home charging option that best fits their lifestyle. Customers can also choose to install additional home power products, including rooftop solar, home batteries, smart home energy management, and heat pump water heaters. These products enable customers to reduce energy costs and improve the environmental impact of driving their car.

Advertisements about Honda and Acura electrification and charging plans can be found here. Specific information about Acura’s payment solutions will soon be available on a new dedicated website here. The Honda brand will launch such a website around the launch of the new Honda Prologue in early 2024.

About Honda’s Commitment to the Environment
Honda is working towards its global goal of zero impact on the environment by 2050 through its “Three Steps to Zero” approach, including achieving carbon neutrality for all products and corporate operations, 100% use of renewable energy, and resource cycle, using 100% sustainable materials. by recycling products to raw materials and reusing those materials in the creation of new products. To achieve this goal, Honda will strive to make battery-electric and fuel-cell electric vehicles represent 100% of vehicle sales in the United States and worldwide by 2040.

To reduce the environmental impact of its business operations, Honda is also reducing CO2 emissions from its North American manufacturing operations through long-term virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs) for renewable wind and solar energy that it seeks to cover more than 60% of electricity. Honda uses North America. Honda also promotes environmentally responsible business practices with its distributors and retailer partners throughout North America.

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About Electrify America
Electrify America LLC, the largest open DC fast charging network in the United States, is investing more than $2 billion in Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure, and access. The investment will enable millions of Americans to discover the benefits of electric driving and support the construction of a national network of super-fast community chargers and highways that are efficient and reliable. Electrify America currently operates in 46 states and the District of Columbia, supporting the growing adoption of ZEVs with a comprehensive, technologically advanced and customer-friendly network.

Electrify America got it 2020 and 2021 “EV Charging Infrastructure Best-in-Test” Award. from umlautinfrastructure and benchmarking specialist, now part of Accenture, as published in The Magazine of Rechargeable Electric Vehicles. Electrify America Electrify Home® provides home payment solutions to consumers with easy installation options. Electrify Business® provides professional solutions for businesses looking to develop electric vehicle charging applications. For more information, visit

About Evgo
EVgo (Nasdaq: EVGO) is a leader in charging solutions, building and operating the infrastructure and tools needed to accelerate the mass adoption of electric vehicles for private drivers, fleets and businesses, and businesses. Since 2019, EVgo has purchased a renewable energy certificate to match the electricity it uses on its network. As one of the nation’s largest public fast charging networks, EVgo’s owned and operated charging network includes approximately 900 fast charging locations in 60 metropolitan areas and 30 states. EVgo continues to add more DC fast charging locations across the United States , including stations built through EVgo eXtend™, its white label service offering. EVgo is accelerating the electrification of transportation through partnerships with automakers, fleet and rideshare operators, retail operators such as grocery stores, shopping centers and gas stations, policy leaders and other organizations. With a rapidly growing network, robust software products and unique service offerings for drivers and partners including EVgo Optima™, EVgo Inside™, EVgo Rewards™, and Autocharge+, EVgo enables a world-class charging experience where drivers live, do work, travel and play. .

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