Do you manage an apartment building constructed after July 1, 2015? If so, the California Air Resources Board wants to hear from you.
The agency is conducting a survey on electric-vehicle charging stations at newer multifamily buildings.
Since July 2015, the state green code has required that all new single-family homes and a percentage of parking spaces at new multifamily buildings be ready to accommodate EV charging stations. Among other things, this includes providing the necessary electrical infrastructure to accommodate an EV charging station.
Now, the state air-quality agency wants to know how many of those new EV-ready parking spaces at new multifamily buildings have been converted to fully functional EV-charging stations.
In addition, the agency hopes to better understand any barriers to installing Level 2 EV chargers.
The survey takes about five minutes to complete, and participants remain anonymous. To take part, click the button below.