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Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:53 pm
by KJD
Salt Lake County
  • Draper Walgreens 1311 Draper Parkway 84020
    Draper Walgreens 176 East 13800 South 84020
    Midvale Walgreens 7227 South State 84047
    Riverton Walgreens 12623 South Redwood Rd 84065
    Sandy Walgreens 9426 South 700 East 84070
    Sandy Walgreens 2090 East 9400 South 84093
    SLC DAQ 195 North 1950 West
    SLC Street Side 300 South 50 East
    SLC Liberty Park 600 East 900 South West Side of Park by Tennis Courts
    SLC Main Library 210 East 400 South 84111
    SLC Smiths Marketplace 500 South 500 East
    SLC American Bush 2626 South 300 West 84115
    Taylorsville Walgreens 4668 South Redwood Rd 84123
    West Jordan Walgreens 3863 West 9000 South 84084
Utah County
  • Lehi Walgreens 102 North 1200 East 84043
    Pleasant Grove Walgreens 815 West State Rd 84062
    Orem Walgreens 763 North State 84057
    Provo Walgreens 1315 North State 84604
Davis County
  • Bountiful Walgreens 515 South 500 West 84010
    Clinton Walgreens 1962 West 1800 North 84041
    Kaysville Walgreens 210 North Main 84037
    Layton Walgreens 1171 West 2000 Antelope Dr 84041
    Roy Walgreens 5554 South 1900 West 84607
If you find any errors in this list, let me know and I will correct the list.

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:12 pm
by EdmondLeaf
how you got that info?

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:18 pm
by KJD
EdmondLeaf wrote:how you got that info?
Most of it from
http://www.semacharge.com/publicstations.php" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:35 pm
by EdmondLeaf
looks like MD and UT only

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:14 pm
by KJD
Tonight I added Utah county and Davis county

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:35 am
by Yanquetino
Looking good up there on the Wasatch Front! I think I'll stop by the two Walgreens down here in the St. George area and "encourage" their managers to follow suit.

Are those Walgreens stations up north free to the public? Do they have 240V J1772 EVSEs, or only 120V plugs (like the few outlets SLC designated at Liberty Park, the Main Library, Smiths Marketplace, etc.)?

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:17 am
by KJD
Yanquetino wrote:Looking good up there on the Wasatch Front! I think I'll stop by the two Walgreens down here in the St. George area and "encourage" their managers to follow suit.

Are those Walgreens stations up north free to the public? Do they have 240V J1772 EVSEs, or only 120V plugs (like the few outlets SLC designated at Liberty Park, the Main Library, Smiths Marketplace, etc.)?
Right now they are free to use. I am sure that will change at some point. They are all 240V and J1772.

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:29 am
by Yanquetino
KJD wrote:Right now they are free to use. I am sure that will change at some point. They are all 240V and J1772.
Have you stopped by a few of these Walgreens to check them out? Used any of them? Do you need to have a SemaCharge card to use them, even though they're "free" for now?

I've gotta admit: if they really are all up-and-running, I am pleasantly surprised that so many installations have taken place in such a short amount of time. Not what I would have expected in this state!

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:38 am
by KJD
Yanquetino wrote:
KJD wrote:Right now they are free to use. I am sure that will change at some point. They are all 240V and J1772.
Have you stopped by a few of these Walgreens to check them out? Used any of them? Do you need to have a SemaCharge card to use them, even though they're "free" for now?

I've gotta admit: if they really are all up-and-running, I am pleasantly surprised that so many installations have taken place in such a short amount of time. Not what I would have expected in this state!
Yes I have used almost every one of them. I wanted to see if they really worked and I wanted to store the locations in the GPS. Never know when that might come in handy.

Last Sunday I parked at the Provo Walgreens for a couple of hours and rode the Provo river bike trail with the mountain bike. Very nice trail that I did not even know about. It goes through town and over to Provo canyon. Next week I want to go back and ride more of that trail.

I was surprised as well by all these new stations.

Re: Utah Public Charge Stations

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:44 am
by KJD
Yanquetino wrote:Do you need to have a SemaCharge card to use them, even though they're "free" for now?
No card needed right now. In the future, who knows?

I did make a purchase at each of the stores just to say thank you. I did talk to a couple of the store managers and most are just glad to see someone make use of the station.