A Developer’s Guide to Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging
If you’re a commercial, residential, or industrial property developer considering the installation of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at your sites, this guide is for you. With answers to questions like, “What EV charging installation options are available?” and “What factors should I consider in determining a charging system?” we’ll walk you through the considerations developers must make and the tangible benefits of having EV charging stations available at your facility.
What's Inside a Developer's Guide to EV Charging?
Depending on the type of property you own and your target charging client, there are several benefits of installing EV chargers at retail, restaurant, residential, office, and other properties. Local, state, and federal incentives continue to promote the electrification of vehicles throughout the country. Consumers are becoming more environmentally conscious, causing them to switch to more eco-friendly, electric modes of transportation. Available charging stations are not only beneficial for consumers but also can drive more visitors to your site and increase their average on-site spend.
There are multiple incentives that can add up to help you bridge the financial gap caused by initial capital expenditures. This guide will help you understand who your riders are, and the current or projected need for EV charging options at your property, so you can better select a system that yields a return on your investment while creating a convenient charging location for those you serve.
Kimley-Horn is a proud leader in the design and implementation of EV charging stations throughout the country. With nearly a decade of EV experience, our experts have seen the benefits of EV charging and have compiled this guide to offer developers key points to consider. Our experts are here to help.
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