Workplace Charging

With proper workplace charging implementation, employers can help increase the convenience and affordability of driving electric for their employees. Workplace charging can also help attract and retain a cutting-edge workforce and demonstrate leadership in adopting advanced technologies. View the Workplace Charging Challenge Fact Sheet to learn more about the benefits of the Challenge.

Employers and workers can find information about workplace charging in Clean Cities' Plug-In Electric Vehicle Handbook for Workplace Charging Hosts(PDF). For additional resources on planning, organizing, and executing successful and educational workplace charging events, see the Clean Cities Workplace Charging Toolkit.

From 2013–2017, the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Workplace Charging Challenge partnered with organizations who committed to provide plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging stations to their employees. Many of the best practices, lessons learned, tools, and templates available on the Alternative Fuels Data Center are based on the accomplishments of Challenge partners

Are you interested in getting chargers installed at your place of business? Contact us at to learn how!

To further promote the DOE Workplace Charging Challenge and EV infrastructure development and use in Louisiana, LCF has launched Plugin Louisiana. Plugin Louisiana is a resource for fleets and individuals who have an interest in electric vehicles in Louisiana.

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