Brock University is pleased to offer more options for electric vehicles to charge their battery with ChargePoint. There are now 22 ports across 13 stations around campus for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) and Electric Vehicles (EVs) to charge their battery while parked. These ports take electricity from Brock’s nearby buildings and supply it to the vehicle at a fee.
Charging at ChargePoint Electric Vehicle Charging Stations require separate payment through the ChargePoint app. All vehicles charging are subject to Brock University Rules and Regulations and must validate their parking with any valid Brock University parking permit or HONK receipt.
|EV/PHEV Charging Locations||Validate Parking By Connecting & Plugging In and|
|Flora Egerter Way||Permit or EV Hourly HONK|
|Lot C||Permit or EV Hourly HONK|
|Lot Glenridge||Permit, EV Hourly HONK or EV Daily HONK|
|Lot P||Permit or EV Hourly HONK|
|Lot 3||Permit, EV Hourly HONK or EV Daily HONK|
|University Road East||Permit or EV Hourly HONK|
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations FAQ
If you do not already have a ChargePoint account, please download the ChargePoint App to your mobile device and create an account to get started.
Once you park at the station, open the ChargePoint app on your smart device and ‘tap’ the device to the ChargePoint station screen. This will unlock the cable from the station for you to plug in your vehicle.
Charging your vehicle costs:
- $2.75 an hour at a Level 2 Charger
- $9.75 an hour at a Level 3 Charger
ChargePoint Fees continue to accumulate after the battery is fully charged and only stops once the vehicle is unplugged.
Electric vehicle charging spaces are enforced just like normal parking spaces. There are two types of tickets that may be issued in these spaces:
- Any vehicle parked in a charging space without being plugged in will receive a ticket, regardless of the type of vehicle, for obstructing the charging station.
- Any vehicle parked in a charging space without validating their parking by HONK receipt or valid Brock permit.
For more information please review the Rules and Regulations.
Any compatible Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) or Electric Vehicles (EVs) can charge their vehicle at a ChargePoint electric vehicle charging station. All stations are publicly accessible and can be used by any Brock faculty, staff, student, community member, or simply anyone passing by the area.