U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Vehicle Technologies Office
Workplace Charging Resources
Many plug-in vehicle owners will do the majority of their charging at home, or in the case of fleets, at fleet facilities. In many states, plug-in vehicle drivers also have access to public charging stations at libraries, shopping centers, hospitals, and businesses. Charging infrastructure is rapidly expanding, providing drivers with the convenience, range, and confidence they require. The Vehicle Technologies Office offers a number of resources relevant to companies looking to install workplace charging infrastructure.
Basics of Charging
Use these resources to learn more about electric vehicles in general and their charging needs.
These resources can offer advice specifically for businesses installing charging stations.
If your question is particularly specific, turn to these resources for individualized assistance.
- Clean Cities' Technical Response Service is available by email or by phone (1-800-254-6735) to answer a variety of questions about electric and other alternative fuel vehicles.
- Particularly in-depth issues may require help from our staff at the National Laboratories. Organizations can apply for Tiger Team assistance if they have already attempted to solve the problem on their own through the resources above and believe solving their problem could help others as well.