California is now requiring that new buildings being built in 2015 provide the infrastructure for electric-car charging.
But what will it take to retrofit existing facilities with the necessary wiring to install 240-Volt Level 2 charging stations?
There are a lot of questions swirling around right now as new legislation is being discussed to include standards for electric-car charging stations in all commercial facilities in the California Building Code.
Even though the laws have not been passed yet, there are many landlords that are moving forward with installing charging stations on their properties.
If you are a landlord with a state tenant then you most likely are already dealing with this very topic. State agencies are now requiring that a percentage of all parking stalls provide a ratio of electric charging stations for their employees.
In fact, many of our clients have requested on-site meetings to discuss the do’s and don’ts of installing such stations.
Due to the popularity of the subject, I’ve put together a practical guide to help you in planning of electric car charging stations.
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