US DOE Overview: Using Solar Power to Supplement Workplace Charging

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This US Department of Energy primer provides a helpful overview of using solar power to supplement workplace charging. It outlines common types of solar connected charging scenarios and also provides links to supporting resources with additional details on using solar panels to charge EVs.

Alternative Fuels Data Center (Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit)

With a focus on public charging infrastructure, this website provides maps and data, case studies, reports, a vehicle cost calculator and an alternative fueling station locator….

Clean Fleets: European Union

The Clean Fleets project assists public authorities and fleet operators in the European Union with the implementation of the Clean Vehicles Directive and the procurement or leasing of clean and energy-efficient vehicles.

Clean Cities Coalitions


Clean Cities coalitions work to reduce petroleum use in communities across the country. Led by Clean Cities coordinators, coalitions comprise businesses, fuel providers, vehicle fleets, state and loca…

California Fuel Cell Partnership

This partnership is a collaboration of organizations, including auto manufacturers, energy providers, government agencies and fuel cell technology companies, that work together to promote the commerci…

California Statewide Contract for Basic EVSE: Pacific Lighting Mgmt. Inc. Level 1 & 21-14-61-13B

This website provides information about California statewide contract #1-14-61-13B for Level 2 charging infrastructure procurement, installation, maintenance and repair….

New Electric Vehicle Rate Options

Pacific Gas and Electric Company provides information on charging infrastructure, special rate plans and provides an EV Electric Rate Calculator to estimate electricity costs by EV model….

California’s statewide vehicle contracts (Compact cars)

This website provides information on California statewide contract 1-14-23-10 A – G.

Oregon Laws and Incentives

This website provides a list of incentives and legislation that apply to EVs in Oregon.

Benefits: Public and operational benefits of ZEVs including environmental protection and improved vehicle performance.

Charging/Fueling Infrastructure: Charging and fueling station locations, technology, and costs.

Costs: Vehicle total cost of ownership, which includes initial costs as well as operating and maintenance costs.

Driver Orientation: Introductory content for driver training: terminology, vehicle types, charging station access, etc.

Educating Organization Leadership: Resources for decision-makers on topics such as ZEV deployment policies, strategies, challenges, and opportunities.

Fleet Audit & Analysis: Guidance, tools, and examples for strategic planning and procurement decisions.

Location Specific: Resources and information specific to a city, state, or region.

Maintenance: Information related to vehicle and charging/fueling infrastructure maintenance.

Market Analysis: Past and future ZEV market conditions.

Financing: Strategies and tools to encourage private investment.

Partnerships & Networks: Formal or informal stakeholder groups convened to address cross-sector issues.

Public Incentives & Policies: Government resources that encourage ZEV and infrastructure deployment.

Vehicles: Vehicle model information on technology, pricing and cost comparisons, and availability.