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How LEED v4.1 Provides Points for EV Charging

We previously discussed how electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) can help you collect Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Since then, the United States Green Building Council, the organization that administers LEED, has released the latest version of the environmental accreditation: LEED v4.1. New projects are classified under BD+C (Building Design and Construction)

Three Phases of Implementing EV Charging at Your Automotive Dealership

Electric vehicle (EV) sales continue to skyrocket, with over 2.3 million EVs sold around the globe in the first quarter of 2023 – a 25% increase over the same period last year. The United States government is making the switch from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to EVs even easier for drivers, with comprehensive tax

Should Parking Companies Create Their Own EV Charging Networks?

One type of company that is set to reap the rewards of the country’s transition from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs) is parking management companies. While ICE vehicles require a visit to a gas station, which stores gasoline in a tank before transferring to the vehicle, EVs only need to plug

How EVs and EV Charging Can Help Corporate Scope 3 Emissions Goals

Every business is trying to find ways to cut down on their greenhouse gas emissions, and that includes your customers and your suppliers. The corporate value chain links companies together, and if a company wants to truly reduce its carbon footprint, that means it must consider not only its own direct greenhouse gas emissions, but

Why Schools Should Electrify Their Bus Fleets

The transition away from gasoline and diesel vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs) is going full throttle in the United States, and that includes the iconic yellow school bus. Thanks to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s (IIJA), there is $5 billion available in funding for clean school buses. Even with a flurry of activity and

Should Non-Acute Healthcare Install EV Chargers?

While medical centers and hospitals may lead the way in adopting new technology for medical facilities, independent and non-acute healthcare facilities are finding new ways to serve more patients. Electric vehicles are now making their way from city centers to communities, which means more patients who drive EV. Let’s dig into why independent doctor’s offices,