Monday, November 7, 2016

You're Invited: San Francisco Department of the Environment's Electric Vehicle Workplace Charging Workshop

Did you know that the Bay Area has the most electric vehicle sales of any region in the country?

One of the key ways to support the growth of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) is by providing EV charging. If you are a building owner, employer or employee interested in developing a residential/workplace charging program at your facility, please join us for a free workshop organized by the City of San Francisco's Department of the Environment on November 9th.

Who: EV Charging in Your Building
When: Wednesday, November 9th, 9am·llpm
Where: SF Department of the Environment, Muir Room
1455 Market St. 12th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Register & Learn More

Advanced registration is required as space is limited. Please contact Zac Thompson ( or RSVP online. Please bring a photo ID to get into the building.

Who should attend?

Property Owners, Building Managers, Sustainability Managers, Facilities Managers, Transportation Planners, and others who are interested in learning more about providing PEV charging stations for their organization's employees and tenants.

Why should I attend?

  • Get a general introduction to PEVs and charging infrastructure
  • Find out about resources, including financial incentives available to building owners, employers and employees
  • Learn how EV charging can serve as a valuable tenant/employee incentive, complement sustainability efforts, and signal leadership
  • Hear from PG&E about charging rates, and from an electrician with EV charger installation experience
  • Learn about best practices for residential/workplace charging

Who are the speakers?

  • Spencer Crim (ChargePoint): EV Charging 101
  • Adrian Rosalie (REJ Electric): EV Charger Installation
  • Cal Silcox (PG&E): Time of Use Rates for EV Charging
  • Jason Bradley (CalCAP): EV Charging Station Financing Program

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