EV Charging Infrastructure

Urban Equitable EV Charging Infrastructure

If you were one of the 100 million people who watched this year’s SuperBowl, you saw the 7 Ads for Electric Vehicles by Chevy, GM, BMW, Nissan, Kia & others. EV purchases are growing exponentially every day, as more people realize that they can save 50 to 75% per mile on electric fuel compared to gas – and there are no oil changes or transmission fluids, and only 20 moving parts vs the 2,000 in a fossil-fueled vehicle.

If you live in a single-family home with a garage – you are perfectly situated to have an EV TODAY. Most people drive less than 100 miles a day. So… Just plug your electric car into a regular electric socket overnight – and… voila… you have enough range for the 98% of your daily usage.

But… How do you charge your EV if you are one of the hundreds of millions of people who live in a multi-family building in a more urban setting?

Check out the AWESome EarthKind Energy podcast to hear from 3 amazing individuals who are creating new models for EV charging in urban communities:

Urban Equitable Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Ron Kamen has decades of expertise & leadership in catalyzing exponential change in sustainable energy adoption with communities, governments, non-profits, and businesses.

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