KUA Launches New Home EV Charger Program


KUA LogoAs electric vehicle ownership continues to increase nationwide, KUA is excited to introduce its electric vehicle charging program, allowing residential customers the ability to conveniently charge their vehicles at home.

The KUA home EV charger is a 7.68kW/240 volt charger and depending on the EV battery size or state of charge, the charger will provide up to 32 miles of range per hour when charging. The Level 2 EV charger comes with a 25-foot cord that can be used indoors or outdoors. It’s also ENERGY STAR™ certified and works on all EV models.

“Providing our customers with an affordable option to charge their electric vehicles at home, was the perfect complement to our commercial EV charging program,” said Brian Horton, KUA President and General Manager. “With an increased demand for vehicle electrification nationwide, we look forward to offering this new product to our customers.”

KUA also maintains more than 60 active-public commissioned commercial EV chargers throughout the service territory.

To sign up for the program or learn more about the Home EV Charger Program, customers can visit kua.com/ev.


Installation and Electrical Requirements

Eligible KUA customers must be the property owner, or have the written permission of the property owner prior to installation.

Using the Level 2 charger will require a NEMA 6-50 EV outlet, which may require additional costs for electrical work. Once the proper EV Charging receptacle is verified, KUA can assist customers with set up and installation of the charger and any manufacturer warranty inquiries. 

Payment Options

KUA customers are also eligible for a $200 rebate, after the rebate, the charger costs $399. Customers can either add the after-rebate cost of the charging system to their electric bill, or they can pay for it with 12 monthly installments with no interest.

The home EV charger comes standard with a full 3-year manufacturer’s warranty.

Nearly 14 million electric vehicles were sold nationwide in 2023, a nearly 25% increase from 2022, according to industry experts.