It is not only the Federal fleet, but drivers everywhere who are making the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). As employees return to their offices, they often need access to charge their privately owned vehicles (POVs). The FAST Act allows Federal agencies to install charging stations for POVs and recoup the costs over time. Facility managers and charging experts will share their experiences setting up workplace charging programs, discuss how they determined appropriate fees, and talk about how to integrate POV charging with fleet needs. This training session will provide information regarding key steps to getting a establishing a workplace charging program, and agencies will offer examples of how they have gotten their facilities ready and their programs off the ground.
Michele Zemplenyi, AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP)
Christie-Anne Edie, Sustainability Program Manager, Energy & Sustainability, General Services Administration
Tim Currie, Logistic Management Specialist, HQ Agency Transportation Manager, NASA HQ Logistics Management Division
Brad Cantrell, Manager, Technical Operations, Federal Aviation Administration, Northern California TRACON
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Identify workplace charging authorities;
- Recognize how to design a workplace charging program;
- Identify how to manage the issues in a swiftly changing market;
- Learn from experiences and hurdles other agencies have overcome; and
- Identify how to integrate workplace charging with fleet charging needs.