Creating an Effective Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Policy
Creating an Effective Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Policy


This report explores how municipalities can create workplace EV charging policies by examining existing guidelines and current workplace EV charging best practices. Section 1 highlights the advantages of workplace EV charging, section 2 documents five Canadian workplace EV charging policy case studies, and section 3 analyses existing guidelines and present-day examples to advise stakeholders on how they can develop and enforce effective policies. The range of workplace stakeholders involved in the development of such a policy is often broad (as this report comes to highlight). Consequently, this report may be of interest to departmental staff from environment and energy, infrastructure, buildings, operations, parking, finance and human resources among others. This report focuses on the management of workplace EV charging programs through the development and enforcement of an effective workplace EV charging policy.

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