To begin using, just attach a connector to your Chevrolet Bolt, and then connect the other end to either a conventional 240V wall socket (like a NEMA 14-50) or a charging station that is specifically designed for electric vehicles.
You have the option of purchasing the Bolt with a DCFC, which will enable you to charge it at DC Fast Charge stations that are compatible with CCS. The CCS2 connection is what enables it to get the charge boost of a DC fast charger, whereas the SAE J1772 connector is what enables it to connect to a public Level 2 station. The advantage of an SAE J1772 connector is that it enables an electric car as popular as this to connect to a public Level 2 station. Level 1 (SAE J1772 120 Volt) This is to be charged using a standard handheld charging cable that operates at 120 volts and comes as standard equipment on the company’s first fully electric vehicle.
Attach one end of the Level 1 charging cable to the wall outlet, and then connect the other end of the cable, which has a J1772 connector, to the charging port on the Chevy Bolt. DC Fast Charge is supported by the Chevy Bolt EV, which means that drivers can achieve a range of 100 miles in as little as 30 minutes. This is an interesting feature. Some people charge their electric cars at home by plugging them into a standard wall socket. This adds approximately four miles of range per hour, but it will take over two days for the Chevy Bolt EV to fully charge using this method.