DEEP: EVConnecticut - Charging

 

CHARGING

Connecticut encourages placement of EV chargers in homes, workplaces, and multi-modal transportation hubs. The ideal location for an EV charger is in a safe, well-lit location in close proximity to public areas such as grocery stores or malls.

Connecticut is also evaluating opportunities to support fuel cell electric vehicles and the expansion of the hydrogen refueling station infrastructure.

 

Destination Electric
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Small businesses across Connecticut and the Northeast are joining Drive Change Drive Electric to show you just how great life can be with an electric car. A life full of exploring new places and uncovering your greatest memories is ahead of you, and an electric car can get you there.

Support driving electric and driving exploration by checking out the places you can visit in Connecticut!

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EV Charging 101
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Are you charging at home, at work, or on the road? What's the difference between Level 1 charging, Level 2 charging or DC Fast Charging?

We will go over the basics and explain the various types of EV charging and how to find your nearest public EV charging station.

 

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Workplace Charging
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Besides charging your electric vehicle overnight at home, the second place you are likely to spend an extended amount of time is at work.

Why miss out on all of that potential charging time?

Explore the ways you can provide your employees the convenience of charging while they are at work.

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Helpful EV Charging Resources
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Wondering where to purchase charging equipment or where to find a qualified installer?

Are you installing a new EV Charging Station and need to review the various siting and parking signage guidlines before you install the station?

Many more technical and guidance documents are available for your review on this page.

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Join the Network!
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If you operate an existing publicly accessible EV charging station and would like to promote its use, please consider adding it to the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Alternative Fueling Station map. Please notify the DOE of your station and they will amend their charging station map.


 

 

Content Last Updated: August 1, 2019