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Best Practices for Workplace Charging
This document builds on materials developed and published in the industry. As an Ambassador to the US Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge, CALSTART is supportive of the goals that DOE has set forward and we expect this document will contribute to reaching and surpassing those goals.

Best Practices for Workplace Charging Employer EV Initiative, Supporting solutions for workplace charging 

This calculator provides employers and employees a simple and useful planning tool that can help them make informed decisions about electric vehicle workplace charging. Like its partner tool, the Best Practices for Workplace Charging, the calculator was developed to promote adoption of Plug-in Electric Vehicles and specifically focuses on solutions for charging infrastructure at the workplace.

This calculator is a great tool to visually show if workplace charging can be a success for you, whether you are an employer interested in installing EV chargers or an employee desiring to use a plug-in electric vehicle to commute to / from work.

Case Studies
This report was developed by the California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative, of which CALSTART is a member. The PEVC is a multi-stakeholder partnership working to ensure a strong and enduring transition to a plug-in electric vehicle marketplace.

Employer Policies and Incentives Encouraging EV Adoption

The purpose of this document is to chronicle and categorize internal employer policies that either directly or indirectly work to incentivize PEV adoption, in addition to providing charging stations for employees.  

Funding support for the work that led to the Best Practices report and was generously provided in part by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), and the California Plug-in Electric Vehicle Collaborative (CAPEVC).

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