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How We Got an EV Charger at Work (and You Can, Too)

Sustainable America's EV charger at the office

The electric charging station at our office in Stamford is a Level 2 with room for two cars to charge at once.

I drive a plug-in electric hybrid to work, and often mine isn’t the only PEV in the lot. With all this electric vehicle traffic, we realized it was high time to install an EV charger at our headquarters. We are not the only tenants in our building, and we wanted everyone to be able to fill up their batteries at work. Here’s how we went about it, plus some tips for those of you who want to lobby your employer to install a charger at your workplace.

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