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.
We have organized these workplace charging resources into the six elements that make up a successful workplace charging program:
Gain internal support within your company for workplace charging. Discuss the option of installing an EV charging station at your workplace with your company owner, manager, or human resource director.
Conduct an employee survey and a site electrical system evaluation. Keep in mind, employees may be hesitant now, but within the next few years there will be many more electric vehicles, charging stations, and advances in technology.
Consider the costs of installing an electric vehicle charging station. Find out if your company is eligible for tax credits or grants for installing workplace charging.
Choose an appropriate charging system and explore the various models of electric vehicle charging stations.
Install the system. Be mindful of any local or state siting and signage requirements. If you received a grant from DEEP, there may be very specific siting and signage requirements for the program.
Guidelines for the Installation of EV Charging Stations at CT State Owned Facilities
Siting and Design Guidelines For Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Guidelines for Multi-Unit Dwellings
Establish internal procedures to determine the level of access employees have, priority scheduling, payments and system optimizations.
Plugging in at Work: How to Effectively Install, Share and Manage EV Charging Stations
Top 10 Workplace Charging Etiquette Tips
Goldilocks Approach to Workplace Charging
Charging Station Utilization at a Work Site with Level 1, 2 and DC Fast Charging Units
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Content last updated January 6, 2020