Alabama

Organizations and contacts:
Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition:
www.alabamacleanfuels.org/
Clean Cities Atlanta: www.cleancitiesatlanta.net/
Palmetto State Clean Cities: www.palmettocleanfuels.org /
Plug-In Alabama http://plug-in-alabama.org/


Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas


California
California’s long history of cultural and technological innovation, particularly around automotive lifestyles, makes it well suited to lead a transition to electric-drive transportation and plug-in electric vehicles. With an eager consumer base, ongoing technology and policy leadership, and a clean electricity grid, the state is well-positioned to provide a leading example of successful plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market growth for other regions to follow. Such a transition can help bring energy security, air quality, climate change, public health, and economic benefits to California. PEV technology is already enhancing California’s competitiveness in the global marketplace and providing for the state’s sustainable growth in the 21st Century.
Taking Charge report by PEV Collaborative

General EV related information:
Drice Clean PEV Resource Center
www.driveclean.ca.gov/pev/

PEV Collaborative
www.evcollaborative.org/

Ready, Set, Charge, California! A Guide to EV-Ready Communities
www.baclimate.org/images/stories/actionareas/ev/guidelines/readysetcharge_evguidelines.pdf

Multi housing charging specific information:
PEV Resouce Center, Multi-unit Dwellings

www.driveclean.ca.gov/pev/Charging/Home_Charging/Multi-unit_Dwellings.php

How do multi-unit dwellings become PEV ready?
www.pevcollaborative.org/sites/all/themes/pev/files/Comm_guide6_122308.pdf

SDGE Apartments and Condos
www.sdge.com/clean-energy/residential/apartments-and-condos 

Laws & Incentives:
California: SB 880
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml;jsessionid=c37613110254f85c3b33641d0664?bill_id=201120120SB880

CalGreenGuide, Page 81
http://www.hcd.ca.gov/codes/shl/CALGreenGuide_COMPLETE.pdf

CalGreen Building Codes
www.documents.dgs.ca.gov/bsc/calgreen/2010_CA_Green_Bldg.pdf

Los Angeles
http://ladbs.org/LADBSWeb/LADBS_Forms/PlanCheck/2011LAAmendmentforGreenBuildingCode.pdf

Public utility exemption

CEC Solicitations for Transportation Area Programs

www.energy.ca.gov/contracts/transportation.html#PON-13-606

Organizations and contacts:
Bay Area Climate Collaborative
www.baclimate.org/impact/evguidelines.html

California Energy Commission
www.energy.ca.gov/drive/index.html

PEV Collaborative
www.evcollaborative.org/

American Lung Association in California
www.lung.org/associations/states/california/

CALSTART
www.calstart.org

Plug In America
www.pluginamerica.org

California Air Resources Board
www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/consumer_info/advanced_clean_cars/consumer_acc.htm

University of California, Davis
http://phev.ucdavis.edu/

UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
http://luskin.ucla.edu/

California Electric Transportation Coalition
www.caletc.com



Colorado
"In Colorado, sales and market forecasts project that PEVs will see significant growth over the next 2 to 12 years, with up to 10.2% of the light duty fleet being PEVs in 2025. The most immediate need to accommodate this expected shift towards electric transportation is the charging infrastructure to power the vehicles. Based on analysis of charging behavior patterns across residential, workplace, and public attraction sites, this Plan lays out a statewide infrastructure deployment plan. With the participation of many stakeholders, Colorado can create a strong network of EVSE infrastructure that is cost-effective, highly utilized, and truly serves the entire state.”
Colorado Electric Vehicle and Infrastructure Readiness Plan


General EV related information:
Colorado Electric Vehicle and Infrastructure Readiness Plan
http://denvercleancities.org/Colorado%20PEV%20Readiness%20Plan.pdf

Electric Ride Colorado
www.electricridecolorado.com 

Xcel Energy EV page
www.xcelenergy.com/Environment/Doing_Your_Part/Repower_Your_Driving

Multi housing charging specific information: 
Colorado Electric Vehicle and Infrastructure Readiness Plan,
Page 62
http://denvercleancities.org/Colorado%20PEV%20Readiness%20Plan.pdf

Electric Ride Colorado, Property page
www.electricridecolorado.com/get_set/my_property/property-benefits

Laws and Incentives: :
Boulder County  Requiring New Homes to be pre-wired for Electric http://swenergy.org/news/press/documents/PRESS_RELEASE-Boulder_County_New_Bldg_Regs_1-7-13.pdf

Senate bill 13-126, HOAs and PEV charging infrastructure
www.leg.state.co.us//clics/clics2013a/csl.nsf/fsbillcont3/A59A32ABE3B4AD2287257AEE0058ED4A/$FILE/126_ren.pdf
Public utility exemption

Organizations and contacts: 
Northern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/northern-colorado

Denver Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/denver

Southern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/southern-colorado

Electric Ride Colorado
www.electricridecolorado.com 

Xcel Energy EV page
www.xcelenergy.com/Environment/Doing_Your_Part/Repower_Your_Driving


Connecticut
“Transportation is a key element of my Comprehensive Energy Strategy to bring cheaper, cleaner, and more reliable energy to Connecticut residents and businesses,” said Governor Malloy, who made the announcement at the grand opening ceremony of the 2013 Connecticut International Auto Show in Hartford.  “The build-out of electric vehicle charging stations gives residents more confidence to choose electric when heading into the showroom. This new confidence will save consumers money on fuel costs and protect the environment.”
Governor Malloy Announces Second Round of Funding Available to Build Additional Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Around State


General EV related information:
EVConnecticut
www.ct.gov/deep/evconnecticut 

EV Charging Station Resource List
www.ct.gov/deep/lib/deep/air/electric_vehicle/ev_charging_station_resource_list.pdf

The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

Connecticut Light & Power "Plug My Ride" website
http://cl-p.plugmyride.org/

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf


Organizations and contacts: 
EVConnecticut
www.ct.gov/deep/evconnecticut 

Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Connecticut Light & Power
http://cl-p.plugmyride.org/

Regional Electric Vehicle Initiative
www.revi.net

Capitol Clean Cities of Connecticut

Connecticut Southwestern Area Clean Cities

New Haven Clean Cities

Norwich Clean Cities



Delaware
Plug-in electric vehicles, or PEVs, have recently become available across the nation on an unprecedented scale. A successful mass deployment of these vehicles could create many public benefits, facilitating a transition away from an oildominated transportation system while reducing air pollutants and carbon emissions. However, widespread consumer acceptance of PEVs will depend on collective action from a diverse array of stakeholders, including electric utilities, manufacturers, nonprofits, and governments at all levels. Coordinated regional and local efforts are needed to accelerate and accommodate PEV deployment.
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Deployment in the Northeast by Transportation and Climate Initiative.

General EV related information:
The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network


Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf


Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

State of Delaware Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/delaware



The District of Columbia
“EVs can play an important role in achieving the region’s air quality goals by reducing vehicle emissions. In the metropolitan Washington region, transportation emissions accounted for 55 percent of NOx emissions and 16 percent of fine particle (PM2.5) emissions in 2007. Because EVs produce no tailpipe emissions, they are good candidates to help significantly reduce pollution from mobile sources.
EVs also offer economic benefits through fuel cost savings. EVs have fuel economy ratings of 75 to over 100 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe), and cost approximately $0.04 per mile to operate when charged in the Washington region. Conventional vehicles, at an average of 27 mpg, cost nearly $0.13 cents per mile. According to a study by the Union of Concerned Scientists, EV drivers in the Washington region could save an estimate of $950 per year in fuel costs compared to those driving internal combustion vehicles, depending on fuel prices, electricity rates, and miles driven.”
Electric Vehicles in Metropolitan Washington report


General EV related information:
Electric Vehicles in Metropolitan Washington report
http://electricdrive.org/index.php?ht=a/GetDocumentAction/id/33320

The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network


Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf


Laws & Incentives: 
Public utility exemption


Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/greater-washington
www.gwrccc.org

Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington, DC
www.evadc.org

Baltimore-Washington Electric Vehicle Initiative
http://www.b-evi.net/

C2ES
http://www.c2es.org/initiatives/pev




Florida
“The Region of Southeast Florida could have as many as 74,000 plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) on its roads in the next decade, up from 1,074 today – an exciting forecast, given the tremendous economic and environmental opportunities presented by electric-drive transportation.

Regionally, widespread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) –whether they are battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), or extended-range electric vehicle (EREVs) – will bring the Region and its residents several key benefits, such as:
• Economic advantages, including lower fuel and operating costs for owners: Owners can expect to fuel up for 80 percent less than they’d pay at the gas pump in Southeast Florida.
• Environmental and health benefits from reduced emissions: Battery electric vehicles emit 70 percent fewer emissions than gas-powered cars in the Region, when considering upstream emissions from power plants.
• Improved energy security, due to lower reliance on foreign fuels: Less than 1 percent of the Region’s electricity is generated from oil.
• Better utilization of the Region’s electrical infrastructure: There is sufficient electrical capacity in the grid to support widespread adoption of PEVs in Southeast Florida.”
Getting Southeast Florida Plug-In Ready report


General EV related information:
Getting Southeast Florida Plug-In Ready report
http://www.floridagoldcoastcleancities.com/Grant_Opportunities2.html

Florida PSC Report On Electric Vehicle Charging
www.floridapsc.com/utilities/electricgas/electricvehicles/09_06_2012/Electric_Vehicle_Charging_Report.pdf


Multi housing charging specific information: 
Getting Apartments and Condos Ready for PEV Charging
www.fpl.com/environment/electricvehicles/mud.pdf

Getting Southeast Florida Plug-In Ready report
Chapter 6: Strategies: Deploying Public and Private Infrastructure, page 68
www.floridagoldcoastcleancities.com/Chapter_6.pdf

Chapter 7: Conclusion and Tools & Resources, page 144
www.floridagoldcoastcleancities.com/Chapter_7.pdf


Laws & Incentives: 
Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging
www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2012/366.94

Public utility exemption

OUC EV charging station rebate
www.ouc.com/business/business-rebates-programs/business-ev-charging-stations


Organizations and contacts: 
Drive Electric Florida
www.floridagoldcoastcleancities.com/Grant_Opportunities.html

Florida Power & Light Company
www.fpl.com/environment/electricvehicles/electricvehicles.shtml?cid=aliaselectricvehicles

Get Ready Central Florida
www.plugandgonow.com

Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition
http://centralfloridacleancities.com/?page_id=199




Georgia
Plug-In Georgia
www.plugingeorgia.com/

EVSE Placement Addendum
www.plugingeorgia.com/pdf/EVSE_Placement_Addendum.pdf

Georgia Power
http://www.georgiapower.com/environment/electric-vehicles/charging-at-home.cshtml

EVSE installation guide
www.plugingeorgia.com/pdf/library/EVSE_Installation_Guide.pdf

EV related laws:
www.plugingeorgia.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=88&Itemid=109

Electric Vehicle Charger tax credit
www.georgiaair.org/airpermit/html/mobilearea/engines/Alternativefuels.htm

Case studies:
Download the Southeastern EV readiness Workbook Part 3 and see the following studies
Section 3.3.6 – Case Study–Acworth (Residential)

http://electrifyatlanta.com/wp/?page_id=118




Hawaii
“Hawai’i stands poised for a mass adoption of electric vehicles, pushing a global market for deployment. The island state, comprised of six populated, tropical, and remote islands in the heart of the North Pacific Ocean, represents a global tourist mecca and home to almost 1.4 million people. Despite abundant renewable resources, such as solar, wind, and geothermal, the islands still import most of their fuel at tremendous cost, both economically and environmentally. The state’s high energy costs, significant adoption of residential and commercial solar photovoltaic panels to reduce electricity costs, and limited driving range due to the island geographies make Hawai‘i a logical fit for mass electric vehicle adoption – referring to vehicles that “plug-in” to the electric grid for some or all of their power (sometimes abbreviated as “EVs”).”
Electric Vehicle Paradise report

General EV related information:
State Energy Office, Electric vehicles in Hawaii:
http://energy.hawaii.gov/testbeds-initiatives/ev-ready-program

Maui Electric Vehicle Alliance
http://maui.hawaii.edu/eva/home/ 

Electric Vehicle Paradise report
www.law.berkeley.edu/files/ccelp/CLEE_UHMC_EV_Report_1.pdf


Multi housing charging specific information: 
Hawaiian Electric Companies MHC page:
www.heco.com/portal/site/heco/menuitem.508576f78baa14340b4c0610c510b1ca/?vgnextoid=ec471af958236310VgnVCM10000005041aacRCRD&cpsextcurrchannel=1

Hawaii EV Ready, Guidebook for Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installations. Pages 17 and 42
http://energy.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/updated-EV-Guidebook_FINAL_Sep-25_2012.pdf

Driving EVs Forward report Pages 11, 20, 37
http://energy.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/EVReportMauiElectricVehicleAlliance2012.pdf

Laws & Incentives: 
PEV charging infrastructure in a multi unit dwelling
http://capitol.hawaii.gov/hrscurrent/Vol03_Ch0121-0200D/HRS0196/HRS_0196-0007_0005.htm

Public utility exemption Hawaii Revised Statutes 269-1
http://cca.hawaii.gov/hawaii-revised-statutes/ 

Organizations and contacts: 
Maui Electric Vehicle Alliance
http://maui.hawaii.edu/eva/home/

Honolulu Clean Cities
http://honolulucleancities.org/electric-vehicles/

The Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism
http://dbedt.hawaii.gov/

Hawaiian Electric Company
http://goev.heco.com 



Idaho


Illinois

General EV related information:
ICC Initiative on Plug-In Electric Vehicles
www.icc.illinois.gov/Electricity/PEV.aspx

EV Town
www.evtown.org

EV Infrastructure Rebate Program
http://ildceo.net/dceo/bureaus/energy_recycling/ev.htm

Chicago Area Clean Cities
http://www.chicagocleancities.org/fuels-and-technologies/electric-vehicles



Indiana
http://www.nipsco.com/en/our-services/in-charge-ev.aspx


Iowa


Kansas
Public utility exemption

Kentucky


Louisiana
Alternative Fuel Vehicle and Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit: An income tax credit is available for 50 percent of the cost of converting or purchasing an alternative fuel vehicle or constructing an alternative fueling station. Alternatively, a tax credit of 10% of the cost of the motor vehicle, up to $3,000 is available for alternative fuel vehicles registered in the state.



Maine
“Plug-in electric vehicles, or PEVs, have recently become available across the nation on an unprecedented scale. A successful mass deployment of these vehicles could create many public benefits, facilitating a transition away from an oildominated transportation system while reducing air pollutants and carbon emissions. However, widespread consumer acceptance of PEVs will depend on collective action from a diverse array of stakeholders, including electric utilities, manufacturers, nonprofits, and governments at all levels. Coordinated regional and local efforts are needed to accelerate and accommodate PEV deployment.”
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Deployment in the Northeast by Transportation and Climate Initiative.

General EV related information:
The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf

Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Maine Clean Communities
http://www.gpcog.org/category/alternative-fuel-updates/electric-vehicles/


Maryland
“Nationally and internationally there is interest in promoting electric vehicles (EV) as a method to reduce reliance on foreign oil sources, capitalize on increasing clean energy programs, promote cleaner vehicle technologies, and provide an alternative to the internal combustion engine. Auto makers worldwide have recognized this focus and have committed resources to the development of a series of vehicles which can be plugged in to use electric grid energy and rely on hybrid (fuel and electricity) or solely electric power for propulsion. The state of Maryland, which has long been a leader in promoting policies that advance environmental responsibility, has embraced this focus on electric vehicles. The Governor and General Assembly have combined in making Maryland a national leader in advancing opportunities for electric vehicle owners by developing supporting legislation which calls for action in addressing the potential for EVs in Maryland.”
Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council report

General EV related information:
Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council report
Full report

Maryland EV
http://marylandev.org/

The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

EVnomics Calculator
http://energy.maryland.gov/evnomics

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf

Laws & Incentives: 
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Tax Credit Program
http://energy.maryland.gov/Transportation/evse/

Public utility exemption

Organizations and contacts: 
Maryland EV
http://marylandev.org/

Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council

Baltimore-Washington Electric Vehicle Initiative
http://www.b-evi.net/



Massachusetts
“The city of Cambridge is studying the deployment of electric vehicles as a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas and air pollution emissions. One key question is how to provide public charging infrastructure and charging options for residents who live in homes without garages or driveways.”
Cambridge Community Development Department

General EV related information:
Cambridge Community Development Department
www.cambridgema.gov/CDD/Transportation/programs/currentprograms/electricvehicles.aspx

The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

Northeast Utilities Plug My Ride website
http://plugmyride.org/

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf

Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Initiative
www.mass.gov/eea/energy-utilities-clean-tech/alternative-transportation/mevi-home-page.html

Cambridge CDD

Northeast Utilities
http://plugmyride.org/

Regional Electric Vehicle Initiative
www.revi.net


Michigan
“The market for PEVs in Michigan continues to grow. The state is ranked 7th in the nation in PEV adoption according to a study by Pike Research. Furthermore, surveys show municipalities in Michigan are interested in supporting PEVs. However few have experienced owning PEVs and most cite cost as the most significant barrier to community adoption of PEV infrastructure. In addition to cost, lack-of-education remains a primary barrier to the more widespread adoption of PEVs. Recent studies have shown that consumers are not familiar enough with PEVs to consider them for their next vehicle purchase. Education on the benefits must be bolstered for PEVs to significantly penetrate the market.”
Plug-In Ready Michigan report

General EV related information:
Plug-In Ready Michigan report
http://cec-mi.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Plug-In-Ready-Michigan.pdf

Laws & Incentives: 
Public utility exemption

Organizations and contacts: 
Clean Energy Coalition
http://cec-mi.org/mobility/programs/pluginreadymichigan/

Ecology Center
www.ecocenter.org/built-by-michigan

Consumers Energy
www.consumersenergy.com/content.aspx?id=3363

DTE Energy
www.dteenergy.com

Indiana Michigan Power Company
https://www.indianamichiganpower.com/environment/ElectricVehicles/

Lansing Board of Water and Light
www.lbwl.com/PEV/

Upper Peninsula Power Company
www.uppco.com/environment/electric_vehicles.aspx 

Wisconsin Public Service
www.wisconsinpublicservice.com/environment/electric_vehicles.aspx



Minnesota
Minnesota organizations working with MHC issues: 
Minnesota has an umbrella coalition called Drive Electric Minnesota (DEMN) that has coordinated state readiness efforts since 2008. Drive Electric Minnesota is a partnership of local and state government, our largest utility, private business and nonprofit entities working in collaboration to bring electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in charging infrastructure to Minnesota. Their goals include encouraging the deployment of PEVs and the establishment of a charging station infrastructure through public-private partnerships, financial incentives, education, technical support and public policy. 

The MN Multi Housing Charging group (MHCG) was started in 2012 as part of the DEMN coalition. This working group’s goal is to analyze the PEV charging infrastructure implementation barriers in multi housing buildings and work together to reduce or eliminate these barriers. This working group consists of representatives from MN Multi Housing Association, Xcel Energy, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Clean Cities Coalition, and EVSE installers, building owners and managers and PEV experts. We will post our case studies and information on the 
www.MultiHousingCharging.com website.

General EV related information:

Chargining While You Work report
Charging While You Work (MPCA)

Xcel Energy EV page
www.xcelenergy.com/Environment/Doing_Your_Part/Repower_Your_Driving

Multi housing charging specific information: 
Case Studies page has many Minnesota case studies

Laws and Incentives
Public utility exemption
www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us/statutes/?id=216B.02

PEV related Minnesota laws and incentives http://www.afdc.energy.gov/laws/state_summary/MN

Organizations and contacts: 
Drive Electric Minnesota Coalition www.DriveElectricMN.org 

The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA) www.mmha.com  

American Lung Association in Minnesota
www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/hybrids.cfm 

Xcel Energy
www.xcelenergy.com/Environment/Doing_Your_Part/Repower_Your_Driving 

City of Saint Paul
City of Saint Paul EV Charging Station web page

Minnesota Plug-in Vehicle Owners’ Circle
www.pluginconnect.com/mnpevowners.html 

PlugInConnect
www.PlugInConnect.com



Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada
https://www.nvenergy.com/home/saveenergy/electricVehicle.cfm


New Hampshire
General EV related information:
The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

Northeast Utilities Plug My Ride website
http://plugmyride.org/

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf


Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Granite State Clean Cities Coalition
www.granitestatecleancities.nh.gov/alt_fuels/electricity.htm

Northeast Utilities
http://plugmyride.org/



New Jersey
Plug-in electric vehicles, or PEVs, have recently become available across the nation on an unprecedented scale. A successful mass deployment of these vehicles could create many public benefits, facilitating a transition away from an oildominated transportation system while reducing air pollutants and carbon emissions. However, widespread consumer acceptance of PEVs will depend on collective action from a diverse array of stakeholders, including electric utilities, manufacturers, nonprofits, and governments at all levels. Coordinated regional and local efforts are needed to accelerate and accommodate PEV deployment.
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Deployment in the Northeast by Transportation and Climate Initiative.

General EV related information:
The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network


Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf


Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org



New Mexico


New York
“Transportation accounted for 22% of the New York City’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2008, with passenger vehicles and light trucks making up 74% of this total. Electric vehicles could provide a significant reduction in fuel usage, greenhouse gas emissions, noise, and local air pollution compared to conventional gasoline-powered vehicles. EVs do not emit harmful pollutants from the tailpipe that can exacerbate respiratory illness. As the highest levels of air pollution occur in areas of the city with heavier traffic, the transition to EVs would be an important step in improving local air quality.”
PlaNYC:  Exploring Electric Vehicle Adoption in New York City


General EV related information:
Columbia University's report on electric vehicles in NYC
https://sipa.columbia.edu/academics/capstone-workshops/enhancing-the-feasibility-of-electric-vehicles-in-new-york-city-0 

Drive Electric NYC
http://nyc.gov/driveelectric

Con Edison EV page
www.coned.com/electricvehicles

Mission Electric NYC
http://nyc.missionelectric.org/2012/09/24/npid/


Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf

NYSERDA Site Design for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
http://publicservice.vermont.gov/sites/psd/files/Quick_Links/Transportation_LandUse/Goal1/NYSERDA%20Site-Design-for-EV-Charging-Stations_7%2019%2012.pdf 


Laws & Incentives: 
HB3301 Planned community or condominium EVSE installations
https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2013R1/Measures/Text/HB3301/Enrolled

Alternative fuels and electric vehicle recharging property credit
A tax credit for 50 percent of the cost, up to $5,000
http://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/credits/alt_fuels_elec_vehicles.htm

Public utility exemption, The New York State Public Service Commission, Case Number 13-E-0199
www.empirestatenews.net/News2013/20131115-3.htm

The New Your City law: Electric vehicle charging stations in open parking lots and parking garages
http://legistar.council.nyc.gov/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=1501659&GUID=65344E17-4C65-4751-81E7-7A0D4DD9F7CD&Options=ID|Text|&Search


Organizations and contacts: 
Drive Electric NYC
http://nyc.gov/driveelectric

Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Regional Electric Vehicle Initiative
www.revi.net

Con Edison EV page
www.coned.com/electricvehicles



North Carolina
NC PEV taskforce www.ncpevtaskforce.org

NC PEV Implementation Plan
http://www.advancedenergy.org/_files/pages/PEV-Implementation-Planning.pdf

Advanced Energy www.AdvancedEnergy.org

Plug In Carolina
www.plugincarolina.org



North Dakota


Ohio
Siting Elecrtic Vehicle Charging Stations report, page 8
www.cleanfuelsohio.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Siting-EV-Charging-Stations-FINAL-1.pdf

http://www.policymattersohio.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/ElectricVehicles_May2013.pdf


Clean Fuels Ohio
http://www.cleanfuelsohio.org/alternative-fuels/electric-vehicles/


Oklahoma



Oregon
“Oregon is pushing ahead with a great sense of urgency. Some environmental issues require a long-range view, but developing the PEV market is very much about right now. Oregon’s strategy is about building on the momentum that the state has already made by pursuing what is called the “eyeballs and seats” strategy. Having people experience PEVs both visually and physically can overcome many reservations about the vehicles. Thus, Oregon wants to get more people inside PEVs and get more PEVs on the road, so that people see them as a usual part of highway-vehicle makeup — as a vehicle whose time has arrived.”
Energizing Oregon Plan

General EV related information:
Energizing Oregon Plan
www.evroadmap.us/content/energizing-oregon-plan

EVs the Portland Way
http://chargeportland.com/docs/EVs-the-Portland-Way.pdf

Oregon's Plug-In Vehicle Evolution (DoE)
www.afdc.energy.gov/case/1000

EV deployment guidelines
www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/OIPP/docs/EVDeployGuidelines3-1.pdf


Laws & Incentives: 
HB3301 Planned community or condominium EVSE installations
https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2013R1/Measures/Text/HB3301/Enrolled

Public utility exemption

Oregon's Residential Energy Tax Credit Program
http://www.oregon.gov/energy/TRANS/Pages/hybridcr.aspx


Organizations and contacts: 
ODOT Electric Vehicles and Infrastructure Program
www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/OIPP/Pages/inn_ev-charging.aspx

Drive Oregon
http://driveoregon.org/

Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium
http://otrec.us/research/Transportation_Electrification_Initiative

Portland General Electric
www.portlandgeneral.com/community_environment/initiatives/electric_vehicles/default.aspx

Climate Solutions
http://climatesolutions.org/

Transportation Electrification Executive Council (TEEC)
http://orsolutions.org/osproject/transportation-electrification-executive-council

Charge Portland
http://chargeportland.com/


Pennsylvania
“Deploying EVs and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) in southeastern Pennsylvania will require stakeholder involvement. Federal, state, and local decision-makers are well positioned to establish a regulatory environment conducive for EV and EVSE deployment. Utilities and regulatory authorities, such as public utility commissions (PUCs), are necessary to distribute electricity to EV owners, EVSE owners and operators, and other energy suppliers. Property owners can install both public and private charging infrastructure. EV and EVSE manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and installers are necessary to ensure that the technology is available, affordable, deployed, and maintained. Finally, education and advocacy groups, such as Clean Cities coalitions, have the informational resources and connections to educate fleet managers and the general public about the technology so more people are aware of its benefits.”
Ready to Roll! Southeastern Pennsylvania's Regional Electric Vehicle Action Plan

General EV related information:
DVRPC Electric Vehicle Information Clearinghouse
www.dvrpc.org/energyclimate/ElectricVehicle/

Ready to Roll! Southeastern Pennsylvania's Regional Electric Vehicle Action Plan
www.dvrpc.org/reports/12055B.pdf

The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

PECO EV webbsite
https://www.peco.com/Environment/GreenVehicles/EletricVehicles/Pages/Overview.aspx  


Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf


Organizations and contacts: 
DVRPC
www.dvrpc.org/energyclimate/ElectricVehicle/

Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

PECO



Rhode Island
“Battery and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming an important part of the transportation landscape. EVs offer clear environmental, economic, and energy benefits to communities of all sizes, and as consumers become aware of these benefits, EV purchases will rise. Anticipated growth in the EV sector creates a need to facilitate and encourage the development of a consistent and accessible network of EV charging infrastructure (known as electric vehicle supply equipment, EVSE), including at home, on public streets, and in commercial settings. While the full extent of EV charging demand is not yet known, communities can take proactive steps to encourage infrastructure development.”
Creating EV-Ready Towns and Cities: A Guide to Planning and Policy Tools

General EV related information:
Preparing the Ocean State for the Electric Car study
www.rmi.org/Content/Files/Ocean%20State.pdf

The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf

Organizations and contacts: 
PGR Rhode Island
www.rmi.org/pgr_providence_rhode_island

Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org

Regional Electric Vehicle Initiative
www.revi.net



South Carolina
Plug In Carolina
www.plugincarolina.org/



South Dakota


Tennessee


Texas
"Electric vehicles first made their entry into the transportation systems early in the last century only to disappear under the market pressure of the internal combustion engine and Henry Ford. But in my life time the electric vehicle "ride" has been for not so energetic golfers and two-wheeled scooter enthusiasts. But that's about to change. Modern electric vehicles offer all the comfort, safety and convenience of their gasoline counterparts, save one thing-range limitations. Our Texas efforts will provide leadership to the nation in developing the needed infrastructure to support electric vehicle travel among our major cities, and we'll clean up smog along the way. Milton Holloway, President & COO of CCET"
Texas Triangle Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness Plan

General EV related information:
Texas Triangle Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness Plan
www.electrictechnologycenter.com/texas_triangle_plan.html

The Texas River Cities (TRC) Plug-in Electric Vehicle Initiative
http://texasrivercities.com/ 

Multi housing charging specific information: 
Austin Energy’s Multi-Family Properties page
http://austinenergy.com/wps/portal/ae/programs/plug-in-austin/multifamily-properties

Texas Triangle Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness Plan,
Volume 3- Appendices, Page 92
www.electrictechnologycenter.com/texas_triangle_plan.html

The Texas River Cities (TRC) Plug-in Electric Vehicle Initiative report
4.4 Multifamily Property Issues
http://texasrivercities.com/ 


Organizations and contacts: 

Plug-In Texas
www.plugintexas.org

Green Houston
www.greenhoustontx.gov/ev/index.html

Alamo Area Clean Cities (San Antonio) Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/alamo-area

Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/dallas-fort-worth

Houston-Galveston Clean Cities Coalition
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/houston-galveston

Austin Energy
http://austinenergy.com/wps/portal/ae/about/environment/electric-vehicles 

Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance
www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/coalition/lone-star

Oncor
www.oncor.com/EN/Pages/Electric-Vehicles.aspx

Pecan Street Research Institute
www.pecanstreet.org



Utah


Vermont
General EV related information:
The Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.transportationandclimate.org/content/northeast-electric-vehicle-network

Multi housing charging specific information:
Electric Vehicle Information for Multi-Unit Housing
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Information_for_Multi-Unit_Dwellings.pdf

Siting and Design Guidelines for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/EV_Siting_and_Design_Guidelines.pdf

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Case Studies from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions by Transportation and Climate Initiative
www.transportationandclimate.org/sites/default/files/Lessons%20From%20Early%20Deployments%20of%20EV%20Charging%20Stations.pdf

Organizations and contacts: 
Northeast Electric Vehicle Network
www.northeastEVs.org



Virginia
www.virginiaev.org

Public utility exemption

Dominion Virginia Power
https://www.dom.com/residential/dominion-virginia-power/ways-to-save/plug-in-electric-vehicles

C2ES
http://www.c2es.org/initiatives/pev



Washington
“Washington State is blessed with abundant, economical sources of renewable energy. This provides great opportunity for our state transportation system. Through electric vehicles, we can increase the efficiency of our electricity grid system, send less money out of state for importing petroleum fuels, lower driver costs, and spur local technology innovation and business activity—all while reducing the state’s carbon footprint!”
Electric Drive WA

General EV related information:
Communities get ready for electric vehicles
www.commerce.wa.gov/Programs/Energy/electric-vehicles/Pages/EV-Planning.aspx

Municipal Research and Services Center EV page
www.mrsc.org/subjects/planning/energy/e-ev.aspx

Multi housing charging specific information: 
EV Charging Infrastructure Deployment Guidelines, page 22
The EV Project Infrastructure Deployment guidelines

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations for Multifamily and Commercial
www.cityofmlt.com/cityServices/development/pdf/permits/ElectricChargingBrochureCommercial.pdf

Seattle City instructions
www.seattle.gov/DPD/Publications/CAM/cam132.pdf

Laws & Incentives: 
Public utility exemption

Organizations and contacts: 
Puget Sound Regional Council
www.psrc.org/transportation/ev/

Washington State DOC Electric Drive WA
Electric Drive WA

Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition
www.wwcleancities.org

Washington State DOT
www.wsdot.wa.gov/

Seattle City Light
www.seattle.gov/light/electricvehicles/

Snohomish County
www.snopud.com/home/ev.ashx?p=1843

West Coast Electric Highway
http://westcoastgreenhighway.com/electrichighways.htm


West Virginia


Wisconsin
Wisconsin Clean Cities
www.wicleancities.org/electricity.php


Xcel Energy EV page
www.xcelenergy.com/Environment/Doing_Your_Part/Repower_Your_Driving



Wyoming



Examples of multi housing properties providing PEV charging:

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California:

CityFront TerraceSan Diego

AVA Little Tokyo, Los Angeles

www.avaloncommunities.com/california/los-angeles-apartments/ava-little-tokyo/features-amenities/ 

Park Place, Mountain View
www.prometheusreg.com/san-francisco-properties/park-place 

Colorado

Connecticut
Alterra Rocky Hill, Manchester, Ct
www.alterrarockyhill.com/alterra-rocky-hill/amenities

Delaware

The District of Columbia

425 Mass Apartments, Washington, DC
www.equityapartments.com/washington-dc/washington-dc-apartments/gallery-place-mt.-vernon-triangle/425-mass-apartments.aspx

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

McHenry Row
www.mchenryrow.com/live/features/ 

Fitzgerald Apartments, Baltimore, MD
www.fitzgeraldbaltimore.com/amenities/

The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads, Baltimore, MD
www.bozzuto.com/apartments/communities/247-arbors-at-baltimore-crossroads 

Massachusetts
Third Square Apartments, Cambridge, MA
www.equityapartments.com/massachusetts/boston-apartments/kendall-square/third-square-apartments.aspx 

Michigan

Minnesota


Brunsfield North Loop
http://brunsfieldnorthloop.com

Cedars of Edina
www.cedarsedina.com 

Country Club Manor

http://ccmanor.com/ 

Green Rock Apartments
www.greenrockapartments.com 

Hillsborough Apartments
www.hillsboroughmanor.com

Hyland Hills South Condominiums

Landings at Silver Lake Village
www.landingsatsilverlakevillage.com

Live Green Apartments, 622 Grand Avenue

http://livegreenapts.com/our-properties/622-grand-ave 

Live Green Apartments, 657 Grand Avenue
http://livegreenapts.com/our-properties/657-grand-ave

Live Green Apartments, 241 Brimhall Street
http://livegreenapts.com/our-properties/241-brimhall

Lofts at Farmers Market
www.loftsatfarmersmarket.com

Oaks California Place
http://oaksproperties.com

Oaks Station Place

www.oaksstationplaceapartments.com

Penfield 
www.thepenfieldapts.com 

Pioneer Endicott 

www.pioneerendicott.com 

Shelard Village
www.shelardvillage.com 

Stone Arch Apartments
http://stonearchapts1.com

Third North

http://thirdnorthapartments.com  

Track 29 City Apartments
www.track29lofts.com 

Westwind Apartments
www.westwind-apts.com 


Latitude 45
http://l45living.com/community-amenities

Second Street Lofts
http://www.grecollc.com/developments/secondstreet/

Village Homes at Centennial Lakes
http://laukka.ahn10.com/villagehomesofcentennial/outside_home.asp

Mississippi

Missouri

​The Laurel Apartments

http://laurelstl.com/

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

Dwell Luxury Apartments, Cherry Hill,

www.dwellcherryhill.com/amenities.php 

Montclair Residences at Bay St Station, Montclair
www.lincolnapts.com/montclair/montclair-residences-at-bay-st-station/amenities/ 

Madox, Jersey City
http://madoxapts.com/amenities/ 

Monace, Jersey City
www.monacojc.com/ 


New Mexico


New York

Archstone West 96th Apartments, New York, NY
www.equityapartments.com/NewYork/New-York-City-apartments/Upper-West-Side/Archstone-West-96th-apartments.aspx

Woodlake Apartments, Guilderland
www.tricityrentals.com/aboutus/events/13-05-
21/Electric_Vehicle_Charging_Stations.aspx



North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

220 Twentieth Street Apartments, Arlington VA

www.220living.com 


Washington

Aspira Seattle Apartment Homes, Seattle
www.aspiraseattle.com

Red 160, Redmond
www.equityapartments.com/washington/seattle-apartments/downtown-redmond/red160-apartments.aspx 

Centennial Tower and Court Apartments, Seattle
www.equityapartments.com/washington/seattle-apartments/belltown/centennial-tower-and-court-apartments.aspx 

Harbor Steps Apartments, Seattle
www.equityapartments.com/washington/seattle-apartments/downtown-seattle/harbor-steps-apartments.aspx 

Riverpark Apartments, Redmond
www.equityapartments.com/washington/seattle-apartments/downtown-redmond/riverpark-apartments.aspx 

999 Hiawatha, Seattle
http://999hiawatha.com/apartments/ 


West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming


Local resources

This page features some multi-housing charging initiatives from different states and provides contacts for local resources.

Laws and Incentives You can find information about local laws and incentives by using the DOE’s State Laws and Incentives page http://www.afdc.energy.gov/laws/state

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