Electric Vehicle Charging for Multifamily Housing
Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations for multifamily housing—also called multi-unit dwellings (MuDs)—such as condos or apartments, provide property owners with a unique way to help attract and retain residents and foster an environmentally sustainable community. Multifamily housing owners face unique considerations when installing charging stations, ranging from parking and electrical service access to billing and legal concerns. Use the resources below to learn more about best practices for installing multifamily housing charging stations or get started by downloading the Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Guidelines for Multi-unit Dwellings.
Resources for Multifamily Housing Owners
Multifamily housing owners, managers, and related organizations, such as homeowner associations, can use the resources below to assess the need for EV charging stations. In addition, building owners may be able to take advantage of state or utility incentives for installing charging infrastructure.
- PEV Charging Guide for Property Owners, Managers and Homeowner Associations
- Ready-made templates to survey residents’ current and future interest in EVs
- MuD How-to Guide for EV readiness
- Charging Infrastructure Development
- MuD Electric Vehicle Charging
Resources for Multifamily Housing Residents
Multifamily housing residents can learn more about the benefits of EV charging, and help your community become EV-ready. Download the Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Guide for Residents of Multi-unit Dwellings to get started.
Multifamily Housing Case Studies
Watch a video showing successes other communities and multifamily housing have had with electric vehicle charging.
Learn how multifamily housing owners across the country have successfully implemented EV charging for their residents using the case studies below: