By 2025, California's electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure will need to be expanded 15 times its current capacity to support projected EV adoption. Businesses and multitenant property owners are facing growing demand for EV charging, and resources are available to help.
This presentation covered the current and future California EV market and discussed charging business models, favorable financing and special utility rates in the PG&E service area.
Perspectives on EV Charging
• EV market forecast – Growing demand for EVs and EV charging
• EV charging business models – cost, ownership and operation
• Financing – CA’s EV Charging Station Financing Program
• Utility rate implications – metering and time-of-use rates
Panel of EV, Charging, Financing and Utility Experts
• Zac Thompson, Moderator – San Francisco Department of the Environment
• Andy Hoskinson – Center for Sustainable Energy
• Jason Bradley – California Pollution Control Financing Authority
• Cal Silcox – Pacific Gas & Electric
Clean Energy Financing Advisory Council (CEFAC) events are for energy improvement contractors, local government staff, lending institution reps, financial experts, real estate professionals and others interested in cross-sector collaboration.
CEFAC is focused on enhancing awareness of innovative energy project financing to help stimulate the California clean energy marketplace.