Charge@Work is devoted to:

  • Increasing the availability of electric vehicle (EV) charging at workplaces nationwide
  • Decreasing the impacts of transportation pollution on the climate and public health
  • Supporting active leadership from both the public and private sector to create an effective and efficient national electric vehicle charging network
  • Helping workplaces and workers take advantage of the environmental and economic benefits of electric transportation
  • Supporting American workplaces in the development of clean transportation resources and technologies by providing technical, practical, and financial solutions

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