Utilize infrastructure and private funding to expand EV charging networks

Electric vehicles are on the move–and a public-private partnership (P3) can efficiently expand infrastructure and accelerate adoption

As the popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) continues to grow, effective deployment of EV chargers in apartment buildings, public parking and throughout communities, as well as robust fast charging stations along interstates and highways is critical.

While EV sales have quickly outpaced the development of new public charging stations, through a public-private partnership (P3), your state or local government can efficiently expand infrastructure and help meet your carbon reduction goals.

A successful P3 involves hard decisions to clarify goals, secure an appropriate partner and negotiate an agreement that will last years. Given the complexity, it’s critical to ask the right questions upfront. Planning, executing, managing and monitoring your P3 agreement are key aspects to consider. 

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