Get the Facts on EV Charging
March 31, 2021
Going electric is one of the best ways New Yorkers can fight climate change.
As part of our public awareness campaign on electric vehicles, Plug It In, NY, we released the second in our series of fact sheets to encourage New Yorkers to make an EV their next vehicle.
Our second fact sheet covers everything there is to know about charging an EV.
Many drivers may shy away from EVs because they feel the charging process is overly complicated. As of January 2020, only 45,000 EVs had been purchased by New Yorkers.
However, as the fact sheet reveals, the notion that charging is difficult couldn’t be further from the truth. We go over the three types of chargers, (Level 1, Level 2, and DC fast), what plugs they use, and how fast they charge. Our fact sheet also covers the cost to install and use home chargers as well as the cost and payment options for public chargers.
We hope to encourage more New Yorkers to make their next car an EV by clearing up the charging process. Read the full fact sheet here.< Back to Our Work
Last year the NYC Clean School Bus Coalition stayed busy on the advocacy front, accomplishing their biggest goal when Intro-455A passed in the fall. Now, with a citywide mandate for all school buses to be electric by 2035, the coalition is shifting it’s work to focus on the next five years. The agenda highlights goals…
Electric vehicles have many advantages over gasoline-powered cars including better fuel economy, lower maintenance costs, zero emissions, and less pollution. Thinking of going electric? Check out our fact sheet on buying EVs, part of our Plug It In, NY campaign.
As part of our public awareness campaign on electric vehicles, Plug It In, NY, we released the fourth in our series of fact sheets. This one focuses on the costs, incentives, and funding opportunities associated with purchasing and owning an EV.
Paul Dibenedetto, Long Island Below is a photo of my car charging at home using the charger Ford gave with the car. It hooks up to a 120v outlet. In the summer the electric range is about 23-25 miles and in the winter, that drops to about 13-15 miles of range. Overall, the lifetime mpg…
Mayor de Blasio’s recent announcement about a commitment to school bus electrification is a monumental step towards our goal. However, there is still more work to be done in order to ensure that this commitment is upheld by the next mayor and that it is codified into law.
Going electric is one of the best ways New Yorkers can fight climate change. As part of our public awareness campaign on electric vehicles, Plug It In, NY, we released a fact sheet on the environmental and public health benefits of EV adoption.
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