May 2020Installing EV Charging StationsWHAT?Agencies should identify and deliver electric vehicle (EV) charging stationprojects to support future EVs in the commonwealth fleet.WHY?The commonwealth has a passenger car EV replacement goal of 990 vehicles(25%) by 2025.EVs reduce fuel expenses and carbon emissions with fewer service intervalsresulting in operational savings.WHO?Agency delivery teams should consist of staff in the following roles:1. An executive level participant,2. Facility managers,3. Fleet managers,4. GreenGov staff (optional)RESOURCES:GreenGov EV Charging Stations – Guidelines 03-03-2020 (attached)GreenGov EV Charging Stations – Pathways 03-03-2020 (attached)DEP Electric Charger Rebate Flyer (attached)Agency Pool Vehicles – EV Charging Projects 02-13-2020 (contact for spreadsheet)Pennsylvania GreenGov Council403 North Office Building Harrisburg, PA 17120 717.787.4987 dgs.pa.gov/greengov
3/3/2020Electric Vehicle Charging Station Development GuidelinesCommonwealth Level 2 Workplace ChargingPurpose:This document contains minimum guidelines and additional recommendations foruse by commonwealth agencies when siting “Level 2 Workplace Charging.”Level 2 Workplace Charging - refers to a freestanding or wall mounted chargingdevice that delivers a 208/240V charge, replenishing an electric vehicle battery atan approximate rate of 10 to 20 miles of range per hour of charging time. Level 2Workplace Charging is solely for use of the commonwealth-owned vehicle fleet.For the purposes of this document, Level 2 Workplace Charging will NOT include: Any installations intended for public use (including employee personalvehicles); Any installations intended for combined commonwealth fleet and public use; Any installations using 110/120V (Level 1 Charging) or 480V (Direct Current(DC) Fast Charging); Any installations proposed on public streets.Commonwealth agencies may decide to install chargers for public or employee use,and/or on public streets, however there are many other factors to consider whichare not covered in these guidelines.Note: All criteria which include an * are required by the Department ofEnvironmental Protection as a condition to securing a Level 2 Electric VehicleCharging Rebate for your project. Agencies applying for rebates may be reimbursedup to 3,500 per plug or 50% of the total project cost (whichever is less).Applications must be submitted prior to the start of project installation.Agencies who install charging stations in calendar year 2020 will beeligible for extra GreenGov Checklist points!General Project Guidelines *Minimum of 2 plugs per locationInstalled by a licensed professional contractorDesigned by a professional engineerCompliance with National Electric Code and 2015 Building CodesPennsylvania GreenGov Council403 North Office Building Harrisburg, PA 17120 717.787.4987 dgs.pa.gov/greengov
PENNSYLVANIA GREENGOV COUNCILPage 23/3/2020 Additional Recommendationso Where applicable, consider locating charging stations within interiorparking spaces before exterior spaces. Interior installations reduceproject scope and continued maintenance costs.o For installations where trenching is necessary, install two spare 4-inchconduits for future installations or power upgrades.General Technical Guidelines *Charging equipment must be new and capable of providing electric power toeach plug at a minimum of 7.2KW (240V @ 30Amps) or greater*All chargers must use SAE J1772 standard plugsUtility grade submetering installed for each project*Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) listed charging equipment*Charging equipment must have a minimum one-year manufacturer’swarranty*Projects must include at least one designated and clearly marked EVparking space per plug.o Contact GreenGov for standardized parking space layout, painting andsignage criteria.Additional Recommendationso Where applicable, use bollards or curbing to protect charging stationequipment from vehicle collision damage.Note: Until charging station suppliers are on State Contract, agencies maypurchase units that meet the General Technical Guidelines.Examples: Clipper Creek, ChargePoint, Bosch, Siemens or equivalent*Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate Reporting All Rebate recipients will be required to submit charger usage informationannually for three years following completion project completion, including:o Number of Charging eventso Energy consumed (average per session and annual total)o Percent of time with an EV connectedo Percent of downtime (time when station is unavailable due to routinemaintenance or repair)o Types of fees charged to user and methods of collection, if applicablePennsylvania GreenGov Council403 North Office Building Harrisburg, PA 17120 717.787.4987 www.dgs.pa.gov/greengov
3/3/2020EV Charging Stations - Project PathwaysCommonwealth Owned rConsiderations1Plug CountIdentify how many plugs are needed at the site tosupport EV fleet, taking into account future needs Bureau of Vehicle Management vehicle reports Headquarter locations of fleet GreenGov Agency Pool Vehicles Spreadsheet2Parking SpaceLocationIdentify parking spaces that will support the EVchargers & vehicles Parking: Indoor (garage) or outdoor Proximity to power source3Project ScopingSite VisitSolicit DGS Property Management team for a site visitto establish project scope Electric panel to charger distance Obstructions: sidewalks, curbing, pavement Parking signage & painting4Project CostEstimateDetermine project cost based upon scope of work will help determine delivery method, consider DEPrebate program eligibility Count of chargers needed Complexity of installation DEP Rebate(s) & Rebate Guidelines5Delivery MethodDeterminationJoint decision by agency & DGS based on projectscope for the best method to deliver Delivery: In-house or JOC system Capital Project process & GESA options(DGS to eliveryJOC SystemDeliveryDescriptionDevelopElectrical plan developed by agency for engineer review and to determine material needsElectrical PlanAgency engineer review of the project, taking into consideration code compliance, standardspecifications and other parameters2EngineerReview3DEP RebateIncentiveApply for DEP Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate(s)4L&I PermitSubmittalProject is submitted to L&I for review & permitting5MaterialPurchase6ConstructionAgency funds will be required for purchase of materials specifiedDuring the construction phase, project milestones will be inspected by L&I for compliance7Final Inspection After final inspection, the charging stations may be utilized for the EV fleet1Project LandingAgency submits a JOC project within the system's landing page to begin projectPage2Site ScopingMeetingJoint site meeting between agency staff & JOC contractors to agree upon project scope3DEP RebateIncentiveApply for DEP Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate(s)456Project Design Project is designed and submitted for L&I permitting through JOC contractorDuring the construction phase, project milestones will be inspected by L&I for complianceConstructionFinal Inspection After final inspection, the charging stations may be utilized for the EV fleetCommonwealth Leased Facility(Contact BRE for Master Lease arameterConsiderations1Plug CountIdentify how many plugs are needed at the site tosupport EV fleet, taking into account future needs Bureau of Vehicle Management vehicle reports Headquarter locations of fleet GreenGov Agency Pool Vehicles Spreadsheet2Parking SpaceLocationIdentify parking spaces that will support the EVchargers & vehicles Parking: Indoor (garage) or outdoor Leased building or parking garage/lot3Project ScopingWork with Lessor to establish full charging projectscope of work Electric panel to charger distance Obstructions: sidewalks, curbing, pavement Parking signage & painting4Project CostQuotesProject construction quote(s) to be obtained by theLessor and approved by the agency, consider DEPrebate program eligibility (Lessor) Count of chargers needed Complexity of installation DEP Rebate(s) & Rebate GuidelinesMethodLeaseholdProjectImprovement DGS Bureau ofDeliveryReal Estate (BRE)StepDescriptionDevelop leasehold improvement project request utilizing project scope and GreenGov EVCharging Guidelines1Develop Project2DEP RebateIncentiveAssist Lessor with DEP Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate(s)(Lessor will apply for rebate(s) as the project owner)3LessorNegotiationWork with Bureau of Real Estate & Lessor to finalize project scope, delivery & paymentmethod (Lessor to deliver project with agency reimbursement)
PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONDRIVING PA FORWARDRebates For Level 2 Charging StationsFunding Level 2 Electric Vehicle ChargingStations for Healthier Air QualityOrganizations and businesses around the state are increasingly installing Level 2 electricvehicle (EV) charging stations to support clean energy transportation choices andhealthier air quality. If your organization or business plans to install a Level 2 charger,the Driving PA Forward program can help defray your costs with a rebate.Driving PA Forward has approximately 7.7 million available for rebates for Level 2chargers over a 5-year period that began in 2018.How to ApplyFor application instructionsand details on qualifyingproject costs and equipment, visit the Driving PAForward ward/Under “Grant and RebatePrograms,” click on “Level2 EV ChargingRebate Program.”Have a question?Email DEP [email protected] Projects and ApplicantsProjects: Installation of Level 2 EV chargers in a workplace, public space, or multi-unitresidential building for employee, ﬂeet, and/or public use. Projects must provide at leasttwo SAE J1772 plugs with 240 volt, 30 amp output. The following entities may apply:BusinessesEducational institutionsIncorporated nonproﬁtsLocal, state, and federal governmentagenciesAir quality and transportationorganizationsTransportation planning organizationsParking authoritiesRebate AwardsUp to 4,500 per plug is available. (Note: DEP may periodically adjust the rebateamount; check website for current amount.) All projects must be approved in advanceby DEP. Applicants who submit complete applications that meet eligibility criteria receivea voucher to hold their rebate funding until project completion. Vouchers are awardedon a ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served basis.ProjectTypeGovernmentOwned PropertyNon-GovernmentOwned PropertyPublicAccess,NetworkedLesser of 4,500 perplug or 90% of totalproject costsLesser of 4,500 perplug or 70% of totalproject costsPublicAccess,NonNetworkedLesser of 4,500 perplug or 80% of totalproject costsLesser of 4,500 perplug or 60% of totalproject costsNo PublicAccessLesser of 3,500 perplug or 50% of totalproject costsLesser of 3,500 perplug or 50% of totalproject costs
Driving PA Forward Funds a Range of Clean EnergyTransportation OptionsDriving PA Forward funds projects across Pennsylvania to replace or repower old dieselengines with clean energy transportation options.Funding comes from Pennsylvania's 118.5 million share of the national Volkswagenlawsuit settlement, after VW cheated on nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions tests. DEP heldpublic meetings statewide and heard a range of suggestions on types of transportationprojects to fund. Funding programs began opening in 2018.Driving PA Forward supports:Installation of new charging infrastructure for light-duty electric vehicles;Replacement or repowering of older diesel engines in school/transit/shuttle busesand heavy- and medium-duty trucks with electric, compressed natural gas, newclean diesel, propane, or other clean fuels;Replacement or repowering of switcher locomotives, or repowering of tugboats andferries with new cleaner technology;Conversion of cargo-handling equipment to electric and installation of charginginfrastructure at airports, intermodal terminals, and other facilities;Installation of auxiliary electric power for ocean-going vessels while in port.Learn more about how Driving PA Forward can help you meet your clean energytransportation goals: n up to receiveDriving PA Forward n/Pages/Driving-PAForward-Newsletter.aspx
Plug Count. Identify how many plugs are needed at the site to support EV fleet, taking into account future needs: Parking Space Location. Identify parking spaces that will support the EV chargers & vehicles: Project Scoping. Assist Lessor with DEP Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate(s) (Lessor will apply for rebate(s) as the project owner)
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Level 1 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at the Workplace 3 Level 1 Charging at Work Level 1 charging (110-120 V) can be a good fit for many workplace charging programs. For electric vehicles typically purchased by most employees, Level 1 charging often has sufficient power to fully restore vehicle driving range during work hours.
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