Summary: Installing and distributing charging stations throughout an area can aid adoption of electric vehicles among residents.
Implementation: Build charging infrastructure along major highways and highly-traffic vehicular corridors to support the transition to electric vehicles.
Considerations for Use: The public and private sector can partner to increase efficiency and expand the reach of efforts to provide electric vehicle chargers.
- Policy Levers:
MandateMandates are government regulations that require stakeholders to meet standards through building codes, ordinances, zoning policies, or other regulatory tools.
- Trigger Points:
City planning processesIncludes city initiatives such as the development of climate action plan, pathway to zero-energy, master plan, transit plan, energy mapping etc.Evaluating or initiating major city infrastructure projectsIncludes projects such as city transit, street or utilities construction / re-construction etc.
- Intervention Type:
Public Works, Transportation
- Target Beneficiaries:
- Phase of Impact:
Risk reduction and mitigation
Number and density of charging stations
- Intervention Scale:
- Authority and Governance:
City government, State/provincial government
- Implementation Timeline:
Medium-term (3-9 Years)
- Implementation Stakeholders:
City government, Industry
- Funding Sources:
private investment, Public investment
- Capacity to Act:
- Public Good:
- GHG Reduction:
- Co-benefits (Climate/Environmental):
Reduce air and water pollution, Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
- Co-benefits (Social):