The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Workplace Charging Challenge is open to employers of all sizes and industry types in the United States whose charging stations are primarily for employee use. Taking the Challenge offers benefits to employers who are considering installing charging, as well as those who have successfully launched workplace charging programs. Use the information below or view the Fact Sheet to learn more about the benefits of the Challenge and how to join.
Benefits of Joining
In addition to the employee benefit of installing workplace charging, joining the Challenge enables employers to receive:
- Informational resources and technical assistance
- Assistance with assessing whether workplace charging is right for your organization
- Access to an information sharing network and their best practices
- Peer-to-peer exchange at workplace charging events
- Support from Challenge ambassador organizations
- Recognition of successes.
Learn more about existing Challenge partners and their progress in the Workplace Charging Challenge Progress Update 2014.
How to Join
Join the Workplace Charging Challenge by taking the Challenge pledge. This pledge signals your commitment to:
- Provide charging access for employees at one or more worksites
- Assess employee demand for charging and set a minimum goal of providing charging for a portion of PEV-driving employees
- Develop and implement a partner plan that captures your organization's workplace charging strategy
- Publicly announce partnership in the Challenge and highlight workplace charging installations on an ongoing basis
- Share workplace charging progress and best practices.
Learn more, and take the pledge.