Both PlugShare and ChargeHub provide user-friendly, customizable, brand agnostic search tools for public EV charging stations throughout North America.
Guide provides a detailed look at the specific processes and considerations for installing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs).
City of Richmond-BC Hydro guide provides local governments and other interested parties with guidance on improving access to “at home” EV charging in new and existing residential buildings.
The report identifies key barriers and opportunities, explores potential solutions and best practices, and presents a suite of options for potential future action related to EV charging in MURBs and for garage orphans.
Part of a Signature Electric video series, this video overviews recent developments in charging station installation in MURBs, highlighting specific hardware needs and the logistics of installation.
Article overviewing key considerations, technologies and costs associated with making MURBs EV-ready.
Article discussing challenges and costs associated with retrofitting MURB parking facilities with EVSE, and how government subsidies can potentially help.
Article announcing recent partnership to roll out 150kW+ chargers at gas stations throughout the UK and Germany.
Grist article overviewing some of the steps being taken by utilities as well as local and regional governments in the US to help provide equitable access to EV charging infrastructure.
A comprehensive guide to support local governments in designing programs that enable current and emerging low-carbon technologies (including EVSE) to be accessed equitably.
ACEEE white paper providing guidance for local governments and utilities on siting EVSE in a way that promotes geographic, racial and economic equity (focus on US but relevant to Canada).
The 2021 Guide updates information that was published in a previous guide, “Residential Electric Vehicle Charging: A Guide for Local Governments” prepared by AES Engineering for the City of Richmond.
Article highlighting October, 2021 announcement from GM on its planned North American charging network, which will be accessible to all makes of EVs.