Energetics helps municipalities and organizations assess electric vehicle (EV) charging needs to plan strategic charging infrastructure deployment.

EVs can provide diverse benefits—from individual cost savings to reduced emissions to national energy security—but widespread EV deployment requires more public and workplace charging stations. Several municipalities and organizations, including the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Tompkins County (New York), and the City of Frederick (Maryland), have tasked Energetics with helping determine current and future charging requirements to make EVs a practical choice for more drivers.

Our support begins with analyzing existing charging infrastructure, EV registrations, percentage of residents without home charging, major traffic patterns, and input from EV drivers. The results are used to identify gaps where public charging stations are needed and recommend infrastructure deployments in key locations to establish a comprehensive charging network. Staff also help address potential implementation barriers, investigate cost-effective solutions to reduce expenditures, and work with municipalities and local organizations to encourage and prepare for public EV charging station installations.

Clients use our products to secure funding and facilitate charging station deployment. Final deliverables include guidelines, model documents, and final reports, such as Charging Station Implementation Strategies, an EV infrastructure plan for Tompkins County, and the Mohawk Valley Electric Vehicle Charging Station Plan.