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Electric Vehicle Infrastructure for the City of Berkeley

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here and it’s because of how busy I’ve been! I’ve been busy working on my MBA is Sustainable Business Management at Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco. If you’ve been reading this blog, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that one of my focuses is on electric vehicle infrastructure!

This past semester I was part of a great team that worked with the city of Berkeley to create a strategic plan for developing electric vehicle infrastructure for the city. Our first goal was to help determine how residential charging could be provided for the half of the population that doesn’t have a garage, driveway or dedicated parking space. It was humbling, as we learned how many challenges need to be addressed to do this and we focused more broadly. I have a copy of our study posted here.

Working with the city was a great experience and we learned from other cities who are working on the very same issues as well.

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