Electric Circuit

Electric Circuit

In partnership with Electric Circuit, exo provides charging stations at its terminals and park-and-ride facilities, where you can conveniently charge your electric vehicle when needed.

Where can I find an exo charging station?



Exo operates 36 charging stations spread over 16 locations:

  • Blainville station
  • De la Concorde station
  • Mirabel station
  • Saint-Bruno station
  • Saint-Jérôme station
  • Saint-Lambert station
  • Saint-Basile-le-Grand station
  • Chambly park-and-ride lot
  • Châteauguay park-and-ride lot
  • Vaudreuil station park-and-ride lot
  • La Prairie park-and-ride lot
  • Repentigny park-and-ride lot
  • Sainte-Julie park-and-ride lot
  • Sorel terminal
  • Sainte-Thérèse terminal
  • Terrebonne terminal

Low-cost public charging stations

  • The rate for a standard charging session is $1 per hour (tax included).
  • The service is billed by the second as long as the vehicle is plugged in.

Learn more about Electric Circuit

Frequently asked questions concerning the rate change for charging electric vehicles

  • This rate modification will allow us to harmonize our rates with those of similar performance in the Electric Circuit pool and cover exo’s expenses for the electricity used by the vehicles charging at its stations.

    The rate presently in effect at most exo charging stations is the same as it was in 2012 when Electric Circuit was created, i.e. $2.50 per session, without regard to the time used or the quantity of energy taken. However, the rates for Electric Circuit charging stations as well as the capacity of electric vehicle batteries have gone up since then.

  • The rate will go from $2.50 per session to $1 per hour of connection to the charging station.

  • No, there’s no ceiling.

  • The rate change will apply as of June 1, 2024.

  • There is no change to the charging procedure. Instructions are available on the Electric Circuit website.

  • In order to remain coherent with the rates offered elsewhere on the Electric Circuit, exo reserves the right to adjust its rate within the parameters established by Electric Circuit. Should this happen, our clients will be informed in advance.

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