Supercharging the buildout of electric vehicle charging infrastructure – Apr 24

California Governor Jerry Brown set a goal of five million electric vehicles (EVs) on the roads by 2030. To achieve that goal, the state needs an extensive network of EV charging stations. California is planning for 250,000 EV chargers, including 10,000 fast chargers, by 2025.

The PAEC Initiative studied best practices, barriers, and tools for deploying EV charging infrastructure in southern San Mateo County, surrounding areas, and beyond. In this webinar, Sven Thesen and Dr. Kristin Kuntz-Duriseti will share the results, including innovative approaches already being used to deploy EV charging infrastructure.

You’ll learn about:

-Integrating EV payment systems with existing pay-for-parking systems
-Dovetailing EV charging station installation with planned parking garage lighting upgrades
-The role of Feed-in Tariffs for EV charging infrastructure with solar PV
-Public-private partnerships for EV charging infrastructure ownership
-The importance of effective signage for EV charging stations
-Existing and planned EV charging infrastructure projects in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, and Redwood City

Click here to learn more.


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