EZ Ride Announces EV Charging Webinar

Electric Vehicles (EVs) are set to revolutionize the way we travel. By 2030, the United States is estimated to have 26 million EVs on its roads, necessitating 1.3 million workplace chargers, according to studies. 

Workplaces play a pivotal role in achieving the nation’s net-zero emission goals, with 60% of EV drivers relying on workplace charging due to:

  • Lengthy commutes
  • Limited charging options in multifamily housing
  • Densely populated areas without personal charging infrastructure 

Position Your Business at the Forefront Of Sustainability

Your business can be positioned at the forefront of sustainability by creating an EV-ready workplace. By providing EV charging, your business not only is demonstrating environmental leadership, it is also gaining a competitive edge in employee recruitment and retention. 

Learn more about it at a webinar about Electric Vehicle Adoption Leadership (EVAL) scheduled at 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, hosted by Best Workplaces for Commuters at the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), University of South Florida (USF). 

About EVAL

EVAL is a U.S. Department of Energy-funded, nationally recognized certification program and aims to increase workplace charging programs. The program provides a roadmap, resources, and recognition for organizations that support the adoption of sustainable transportation at their worksite, specifically the adoption of electric modes of transportation.

The program is administered by Forth and will be implemented by EZ Ride in New Jersey.

Whether you’re a seasoned industry professional, an EV enthusiast, or someone curious about the future of transportation, the webinar is designed to provide valuable knowledge and foster insightful discussions. 

About EZ Ride

EZ Ride is a not-for-profit transportation management association (TMA) that partners with businesses and governments to implement transportation programs and services like carpools, vanpools, shuttles, biking & walking initiatives, and rides with companies like Lyft and Uber. In response to growing concerns about safety and climate change, EZ Ride is proactively rolling out new initiatives such as speed studies, plans for fleet electrification, and the promotion of workplace charging solutions.