Electric Vehicle Resource Kit for Municipalities

Electric Vehicle Resource Kit for Municipalities

Product No.: WEB21012
Date Published: 04/2021

Launch ProductThis resource kit is intended to help the user answer "What should my municipality do about electric vehicles?" It is written specifically for municipal managers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with a focus on the Greater Philadelphia region. However, the information it provides is likely to be useful to other users, including businesses, fleet managers, and potential electric vehicle owners. The following sections are currently included in the resource kit: Where are Electric Vehicles Now and Where Will they Be? EVs 101 — Introduction to Electric Vehicles Incorporating PEVs Into A Municipal Fleet Determining the First Vehicle to Replace with a PEV Selection and Placement of PEV Chargers Resources to Purchase PEVs and Charging Equipment Contacts For Assistance Municipal PEV and Charging Equipment Case Studies

Geographic Area Covered: Nine-County Delaware Valley Region, comprised of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania, and Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Mercer counties in New Jersey

Key Words: Electric Vehicles; EV; PEV; Charging; Chargers; EVSE; Funding; Fleets; Case Studies

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