Reaching 1 Million Electric Vehicle Chargers by 2030

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The California Energy Commission says California needs 1.01 million electric vehicle chargers by 2030 to support 7.1 million passenger plug-in vehicles. But the Bay Area and California are way behind in meeting those goals. A particular challenge has been installing EV charging in multifamily buildings like apartments and condos. Peninsula Clean Energy has committed to helping the community pick up the pace of EV charging installation in multifamily buildings. Come hear about the region’s EV charging goals, challenges, and solutions.

  • Moderator: Sam Fishman / Sustainability and Resilience Policy Manager, SPUR
  • Caylee Mercado / Grant Specialist, Bay Area Air Quality Management District
  • Phillip Kobernick / Senior Transportation Programs Manager, Peninsula Clean Energy

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