Host EV charging stations at your business

a blue painted parking spot designated as a charging station

LG&E and KU offer business customers the opportunity to host charging stations.

Business customers may host one or more charging stations to be located anywhere on their property. As a station host, It is up to the station host to determine if the hosted stations will be publicly or privately accessible. 

The stations include space for customer branding and have charging plugs that lock in the stand when not in use. The stations also have digital display screens and quick-pay options for a low effort customer experience. 

Requirements

  • Station host must agree to host the station(s) for at least 5 years.
  • Station host must bear the costs of the stations, including maintenance, installation and energy usage. These costs are covered via an initial installation fee and an ongoing monthly hosting fee. 

Request to become a charging station host

Please complete our online form, and we’ll contact you to learn more about your business location and discuss available options. Please allow two business days for us to respond.

Available Charging Station Options

For business customers interested in becoming a host location, the company will offer Level 2 charging stations through our business partner.

Model

  • ChargePoint® CT4000 Station

Charging Type    

  • Single or dual Level 2 charging ports with locking holsters
  • Bollard or wall-mount options
  • 6-foot tall with 18-foot cord 

Power Range

  • Up to 25 miles of range per hour of charging (or 7.2 kilowatt power supply)

Fees

  • Initial installation and monthly hosting fees

Pricing list

two electric vehicle charging stations

Business Partners

YUM! Brands

Yum! Brands became the utilities’ first commercial customer to host charging stations for employees at its Louisville campus.

Hilton Garden Inn

Hilton Garden Inn became the utilities’ second commercial customer to host a charging station at their St. Mathews location.

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