Learn all about EV-ready building codes and how to facilitate the process of adopting charging infrastructure into your commercial and/or multi-family building with Matt Frommer from SWEEP in this interactive webinar.
May 18 | EV-Ready Building Codes
EV-ready building codes are one of the most effective and low-cost strategies for local governments to support electric vehicle (EV) adoption. At their most basic, the codes establish EV infrastructure requirements for new construction projects, including the electrical capacity and pre-wiring to enable the future installation of EV charging stations.
The discussion will be led by Matt Frommer, Senior Transportation Associate with the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP), and will feature presentations from several colleagues in Colorado who have real-world experience with EV-Ready Building Codes. We will hear from:
Brad Smith, Fort Collins Energy Code Compliance Specialist
Katrina Managan, Denver Office of Climate Action, Sustainability, Resiliency
Jess Hoover, Climate Action Director, High Country Conservation Center (Summit County)
Brad, Katrina, and Jess will join us for a discussion around EV-ready building codes in Colorado. Together, we will delve into:
What are EV-Ready Building Codes and why are they important?
How did you decide on the EV infrastructure requirements for your community?
What was the stakeholder engagement process? Reactions from businesses and organizations in the community?
Looking ahead to implementation challenges.