This appears to be a rather stupid question on my part. I drive an Ioniq plugin hybrid so rarely need to charge the car away from home. I stopped at a PetroCanada station in Cobourg that offers chargers but the connections looked incompatible. I'm assuming they are level 3 chargers and I wouldn't be able to use them for charging my car. Is it possible for my car to be charged using a level 3 station? I'm assuming the answer is no!
No question is ever stupid! Unasked questions, however, do suffer from inducing ignorance.
So, in general--and I think this applies to al models--plug-in hybrids do not permit direct current fast charging (DCFC), sometimes called super-charging or Level 3.
The reason may be that Level 1 and 2 chargers are "fast enough" to fill up the smaller 5-15kWh Li-ion batteries in these vehicles. Generally, all plug-ins can be charged to full overnight just from a 120V plug. It might take 2-3 hours at most to fully charge one from a Level 2 ((240V) charger. It is both cheaper and less risky to the battery for plug-in hybrid manufacturers to offer only AC charging in these cars.
So, you are looking for only a J1772 plug connection to charge your car, and the Chademo and CCS plugs at DC fast chargers (DCFC) are larger and simply won't fit.
Yes, most plug in hybrids can only use level 1 or 2 chargers.
Only one exception at this time, that I know of is the
Mitsubishi Outlander. It can charge at level 3 using CHAdeMo.
Thanks for both helpful replies. Cheers.