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WORKPLACE CHARGING

Take advantage of all that time and effort you and your employees put in at work and reap the benefits of a workplace electric vehicle charging station. Having an electric vehicle charging station at your workplace generates a sustainable, environmentally-conscious atmosphere while boosting employee morale. Join the EVConnecticut network today!

 

Elements for a Successful Workplace Charging Program
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If your company or employees are interested in installing an electric vehicle charging station at your workplace, then it is important for you to understand the six elements of a successful workplace charging program.

 

 

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Get Your Workplace Charged Up!
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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) EV Everywhere Workplace Charging Challenge aims to achieve a tenfold increase in the number of employers offering workplace charging by 2018 and is open to employers of all sizes and industry types in the United States.

Learn more about the Workplace Charging Challenge and what the benefits are to your company by partnering with DOE.

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Join the Workplace Charging Challenge by taking the Challenge Pledge.

 

 
Workplace Charging Information

 

Plugging in at Work: How to Effectively Install, Share and Manage EV Charging Stations

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Charging stations for plug-in electric vehicles are a rapidly growing amenity being added to workplaces across the United States. New challenges and creative solutions have emerged as more charging stations are being installed and workplaces plan for future growth. This document describes some of these challenges and shares solutions developed by workplaces. Each section provides guidance and highlights additional resources and tools developed to complement the guidance. (California Plug-in Electric Vehicle Collaborative, November 2015)

 

 

 

Strategic Planning to Implement Publicly Available EV Charging Stations: A Guide for Businesses and Policymakers

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This guide answers questions that private investors and state and local agencies, such as state energy offices, may have in deciding whether and to what extent they should invest in publicly available charging infrastructure. The guide demonstrates that with continued public support in the near term, new business models could gradually make publicly available charging projects profitable for private businesses without additional government interventions. (Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, July 2015)

 

 

 

Charging Station Utilization at a Work Site with Level 1, Level 2 and DC Fast Charging Units

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An increasing number of organizations are installing electric vehicle charging stations at their facilities to allow employees and others to charge while they work. This paper examines the utilization of charging stations at a large work site where multiple types of charging stations were installed and where a variety of electric vehicles are charged. (The EV Project, June 2014)

 

 

 

 

Amping up California Workplaces: 20 Case Studies on Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging at Work

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This report presents information collected from 79 surveys of public and private employers located in California. Information gleaned from the survey data provides a snapshot of workplace charging in California and the different solutions employers have deployed. The report features 20 case studies of workplaces, organized by workplace size, that have installed charging and highlights their successes and challenges. (California Plug-in Electric Vehicle Collaborative, November 2013)

 

 

Lessons from Early Deployments of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (Northeast and Mid-Atlantic)

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This document discusses cases of charging infrastructure installations in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions and uncovers some of the related challenges and opportunities. Unlike some other studies, the focus of this study is not on how installations should be done but rather how they have been done. (Transportation & Climate Initiative, May 2013)

 

 

 

 

Content Last Updated: December 2, 2015