Small Business Takeaways When Installing EV Infrastructure

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Small businesses face both unique requirements and substantial benefits when transitioning to electric vehicles (EVs). Navigating the world of incentives and charging requirements in effort to reduce emissions and save money can be challenging. Learn from San Diego nonprofit Outdoor Outreach, who recently deployed two passenger vans to provide clean transportation for their youth program. The organization collaborated with San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) Power Your Drive for Fleets program to receive design support and financial assistance to install charging infrastructure that supports the new electric shuttle buses.

Watch this webinar recording to gain insight into:

  • Funding and resources available to small businesses and nonprofits to help easily and cost-effectively install charging infrastructure
  • Best practices while working with all stakeholders—from project planning to completion—to streamline project timelines and avoid costly delays
  • How small businesses can reduce emissions and their bottom line with EVs

Lianna Rios

EV Customer Solutions Manager

San Diego Gas & Electric

Molley Morelli

Finance & Administrative Director

Outdoor Outreach

Aria Berliner, Ph.D.

Air Resources Specialist

California Air Resources Board