So far, the easiest way for an electric vehicle driver to charge their car is at their home. There aren’t enough public access chargers available to drive long distance and the prices of charging their vehicles can vary based on the charger and who owns it. This can be especially challenging to those who live in a condo or an apartment where parking is shared among other families and an EV charging station is not guaranteed among every facility. Facilities that house people in lower-income communities are less likely to have EV charging access
The EV Charging Access For All Coalition is working to spread awareness about the need of having accessible EV charging stations and providing the necessary building requirements to make EV charging stations easier to install in newly built facilities.
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