Liberty offers a Residential Electric Vehicle TOU Rate for Winter (October-May) and Summer (June-September). Select the rate that applies to the time you will charge.
Estimated Savings* _/mo. _/yr.
Estimated Charging Time
This charge time estimate has been configured based on the vehicle you've selected and the miles you drive per day. The chart below shows approximately how much time it takes to charge with the three types of available charging equipment. Most EV owners will find Level 2 240V charging to be the best option for their daily charging needs. Visit the EV Facts section to learn more about charging options.
AND electric vehicles don't need oil changes and a variety of other maintenance procedures that gas-powered vehicles require, so you'll enjoy reduced operating costs as well. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates all-electric vehicles cost around 40% less to maintain than internal combustion vehicles.1
**Liberty updated their TOU rates on 02/20/2023. See new rates above and here.
* Disclaimer: This tool is only intended to provide an estimate of potential savings. Actual results will vary. Customers may not realize similar energy savings or carbon emission reductions. Vehicle data is subject to change without notice. This is the estimated residential electricity rate for the utility. This rate may not include tiered or time-of-use rates. Rates change periodically. Utility does not warrant or represent that this data is accurate. In no event shall the utility or its suppliers be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to claims associated with the accuracy of this data or information.