The electric utility company, Burlington Electric, learned that 60% of their customers live in multifamily residencies and wanted to ensure that they also had access to electric charging stations should they want to drive an electric vehicle. When they first began expanding the EV network, they helped installing 14 EV charging stations to various apartment and condominium complexes. They had public access during the daytime hours and gave building managers the ability to adjust the charging prices.
Facility owners are grateful for the financial incentives to help with the EV charger costs. Most of whom would not have had the means to install the chargers for their tenants without it. Even though some tenants do not have electric vehicles, it is a great way to assist the community and attract potential tenants to their complex.
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