Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Policies for Condominiums

Beginning October 1, 2022, condominium associations may not prohibit or restrict the installation or use of EV charging stations. These entities may put reasonable restrictions on EV charging stations, but the policies may not discourage or add obstacles to the use of EV charging stations. Reasonable restrictions may not increase the cost of the EV charging station or reduce its efficiency or performance. The EV charging station installer must obtain appropriate approvals from the common interest development association, comply with applicable architectural standards, engage a licensed installation contractor, provide a certificate of insurance, register the EV charging station with the association, meet health and building standards, and pay for the electricity usage, maintenance, and other costs associated with the EV charging station until it is removed by the homeowner.

(Reference Connecticut General Statutes 47-68a and 47-261b)

Jurisdiction: Connecticut

Type: Laws and Regulations

Enacted: May 10, 2022

Technologies: EVs, PHEVs

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