The availability of workplace charging is critical to encouraging the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs), and employees who have access to workplace charging are six times more likely to own a plug-in EV than those who lack such access. To help encourage federal workplace charging programs, Energetics worked closely with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Vehicle Technologies Office to develop the detailed case study Implementing Workplace Charging within Federal Agencies.
The study, released in April, collects best practices and experiences from federal agencies that have already implemented plug-in EV workplace charging programs. Energetics collaborated with key stakeholders in a number of federal agencies to develop the report and ensure the findings are broadly applicable to federal agency EV charging initiatives.
DOE published the report on the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy website, and it was featured in a Facebook post on FedCenter, the U.S. government’s communication avenue for environmental stewardship and compliance assistance information.