California is at the beginning of a massive transformation to electric cars and local governments can help accelerate the momentum. Widespread charging stations are a necessity to reduce range anxiety and to give Californians the confidence they need to purchase an electric car.
The video below, produced by Veloz in partnership with GO-Biz, helps local governments begin the conversation to deploy more electric car charging stations in their communities.
Local governments and their partners can also use the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Permitting Guidebook and Best Practices created by the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) to implement AB 1236 and install more charging stations.
The goal of the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Permitting Guidebook is to hasten the transition to plug-in electric vehicles by simplifying the deployment of electric car charging stations. GO-Biz aims to accomplish this by creating a shared foundation of understanding for how cities, counties and developers can work together to streamline the planning, permitting, installation and ongoing operation of electric vehicle charging stations and supporting equipment.
Electric cars are the future of transportation, download and share this guidebook to install more charging stations in your communities and help create a healthier, carbon-free environment for all.
If your community is interested in Hydrogen Stations, see the Hydrogen Station Permitting Guidebook.
GO-Biz and partners have created a new initiative to streamline permitting for electric vehicle charging stations – The Permitting Olympics! The goal is to get the entire state “Streamlined” by Earth Day, April 22, 2021. To encourage cities and counties to streamline, GO-Biz will be awarding permitting medals to jurisdictions that have streamlined, based on the requirements of AB 1236. Medals will be awarded county by county, based on all the jurisdictions within the county: