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Over 50 different federal organizations convened at the October 2016 Federal Workplace Charging Workshop, co-organized by the White House Council on Environmental Quality and the Workplace Charging Challenge. Attendees learned about federal workplace charging authority and federal employee charging guidance from the White House. They also heard from agencies that already offer charging to their employees and shared best practices for installing and managing a successful workplace charging program. Eighteen federal organizations were also recognized for their commitment to providing employee charging by joining the Workplace Charging Challenge.
Electric Vehicle & Federal Workplace Charging Introduction Panel – View presentations on Federal workplace charging guidance, procuring charging stations through GSA, and installing employee charging at GSA leased and owned facilities.
- Alleyn Harned, Virginia Clean Cities
- Scott Wilson, EV-Driving Federal Employee / EV Association of Greater Washington, DC
- Sarah Olexsak, U.S. Department of Energy Workplace Charging Challenge
- Mark Ewing, GSA Public Building Service
- Matt Stockburger, GSA Office of Fleet Management
Federal Workplace Charging Experience Panel – View presentations from five Federal organizations, located in DC, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia and Colorado, which already offer employee charging and learn about their best practices for installing and managing a successful workplace charging program.