All Electric Vehicles: The Future of Personal Transport Lunch-n-Learn (EV demo drives available upon request)
Employees with workplace charging are 20 times more likely to drive an EV. An energizing overview of EVs that addresses vehicle charging and range, maintenance, safety, vehicle and electricity costs, and EV purchase incentives/rebates. This presentation can generate interest in workplace charging, or celebrate the installation of charging stations.
It Pay$ to Plug In
Designed to expand New Jersey’s electric vehicle infrastructure, It Pay$ to Plug In provides grants to offset the cost of purchasing and installing electric vehicle charging stations. It Pay$ to Plug In recently expanded its eligibility criteria to include workplaces, public places, and multi-unit dwellings (apartments, condominiums, and townhouses). The program is open to businesses, governments, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions. Private residential dwellings other than multi-unit dwellings are not eligible for grants.
To begin planning for Electric Vehicles (EVs), a community must know where the owners of EVs will live, work, and charge. According to the International Center for Clean Transportation, the vast majority of EV charging in the U.S. currently occurs at the owner’s home or workplace, and this trend is expected to continue as EV use increases. The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) partnered with Plug-In & Hybrid Electric Vehicle Research Center at the University of California, Davis, to provide detailed projections of where EV owners will live and how much demand there will be for workplace charging. To use the tool, click here.