Public electric vehicle charging stations

Empowering EV drivers

We understand that electric vehicle owners want more access to charging stations so they can commute to and from work and other locations without range anxiety. That’s why we’ve fulfilled our commitment to installing 20 level 2 public EV charging stations across the state, from street parking to recreational areas to parking lots. We also have plans to install new fast chargers in Kentucky. We believe in fostering growth in our state’s EV infrastructure and look forward to partnering with businesses for even more expansion.

closeup of two electric vehicle charging station with two handles in each station

Fast charging

Electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining speed, and Kentucky is ready to get charged up! LG&E and KU plan to offer direct-to-consumer fast charging services under the Kentucky Public Service Commission approved rate of $0.25 per kWh (plus taxes and fees). Each of the new charging sites will be capable of charging two vehicles simultaneously at speeds of 150 kW or a single vehicle at 350 kW and deliver more than 300 miles of range to a customer’s EV in less than an hour.

Locations of the new LG&E and KU fast charging sites will be announced in 2022-2023.

Fast charging FAQ

Level 2 Charging

Visit our LG&E locations

Visit our KU locations

Hourly fees

Electric vehicle drivers who use the charging stations would pay an hourly fee. While exact fees and taxes may vary depending on your location, the average rate is expected to be about $1 per hour.

Find a charging station near you

Find charging stations near you through this easy-to-use online tool. If you’re using a mobile device, there are many apps available to make it easier to search for the nearest charging station while you’re on the go.


Frequently asked questions and additional information.

Electric Vehicle Charging (EVC) Terms & Conditions