How EV Charging Supports Disaster Recovery and Roadside Assistance

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From hurricanes to floods to wildfires, natural disasters bring havoc, disrupt essential services, and leave countless individuals without power for extended periods. The ever-changing environmental landscape has significantly heightened the frequency of natural disasters, costing the United States an average of $18 billion annually over the past five years. As these events continue to escalate,

kWh Billing and New EV Charging Tax Policies: What You Need to Know

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The electric car market is experiencing massive growth, exceeding 10 million in sales in 2022. As a result, regulations and guidelines related to electric vehicles are changing frequently, and consumers and charging station hosts must be aware of new developments. As both EV adoption increases and internal combustion engine vehicles have become more fuel efficient,

How LEED v4.1 Provides Points for EV Charging

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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)