Pretty much every commercial manufacturer and installer of EV Charging stations has a map posted to their website of where their units are located, which should hardly come as any surprise, after all, you can’t make use of something you can’t find. However rather than trying to figure out which network has better availability in your neighborhood or whatever destination you may be planning to head off to, there are a handful of aggregate websites that include many, but probably not all EV Charging locations around the US.
The website that I have found to be the most useful is by far and away PlugShare.com. Plugshare has a super easy interface, it is literally just a map where you can easily zoom in and out to wherever you want to go, with pin drops for charging locations. If you’re using a laptop or desktop the menu is on the left hand side and you can toggle between, networks, types of plugs, minimum power ratings, etc, etc… Another incredibly handy feature is that it has an active user base of EV drivers who check in and leave comments as to whether or not any particular station is on the fritz or isn’t really charging at it’s highest capacity and any other relevant notes – ie. is there a good place to grab a cup of coffee and donut while you charge your car.