Webinar: Electric Vehicle Charging for Multi-Unit Dwellings
Chicago Area Clean Cities (CACC) hosted a webinar on the Vehicle Charging Innovations for Multi-Unit Dwellings (VCI-MUD) Project on October 19 from 11 AM – Noon. Scroll down to find links to the webinar recording and presentation slides.
Chicago Area Clean Cities is pleased to partner with The Center for Sustainable Energy, along with 12 other Clean Cities coalitions and a host of other project partners on the Vehicle Charging Innovations for Multi-Unit Dwelling (VCI-MUD) project, a three-year project which began in 2019 with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office.
Although plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) adoption is accelerating nationwide, apartment and condominium residents face difficulties in access to PEV charging stations. Together, the project team will engage stakeholders to document barriers to MUD and residential curbside charging stations, demonstrate innovative technologies that address barriers, compile project findings in an easy-to-use toolkit and disseminate the toolkit across national, regional, state and local channels.
Recording password: hUPNTDh3
Featured speakers at the Electric Vehicle Charging for Multi-Unit Dwellings webinar:
Tim Milburn, Partner, Green Way Energy, LLC (DBA Green Ways 2Go):
Tim has more than thirty years of energy and environmental experience, including planning for and deploying electric vehicles and supporting infrastructure, combined with renewable energy, energy storage and energy efficiency.
Tim has been a managing partner with Green Ways 2Go since 2011, focusing on assisting business and governmental clients to make informed decisions related to smarter transportation and energy solutions, to reduce energy usage and costs while also reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Since 2012, Tim has focused on developing and deploying turnkey electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions in Multiple Family Dwellings.
Kevin Hachey, Program Associate, Forth: Kevin works to increase equitable access to EV charging, especially around multi-unit dwellings and workplaces. He formerly served as a Climate Action Specialist with the City & County of Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability, and Resiliency. Kevin has hands-on experience installing conduit for DCFCs. He holds a B.S. in Political Science from East Carolina University.
Visit vci-mud.org to learn more.