Blink Ends Its Participation In Free Level 2 Charging For Nissan’s No-Charge-To-Charge Program
Rather abruptly and without providing any actual reason (other than perhaps its own pending insolvency), Blink has decided to remove all of its Level 2 chargers from the Nissan LEAF’s free “No Charge To Charge” program.
Effective April 23rd, none of Blink’s Level 2 chargers will be free for “No Charge to Charge” participants.
Rightly so, this move has lots of LEAF owners riled up because Blink was a major player in the “No Charge to Charge” program. See here for Blink service areas.
Blink is apparently still allowing free access to its fast chargers on the program, but Level 2 access will now come with a fee. Please direct all inquiries to Blink (owned by CarCharging Group) or to EZ-Charge.
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