[ 7/28/2022 Meeting Topic ]
A Scalable Electric Vehicle Charging Program for Community Associations
The demand for electric car charging is growing for every Association in the state of Washington. Recent laws passed by Governor Inslee focus on car charging in Associations and require all new car sales to be electric by the year 2030. As more and more condominium Owners buy electric vehicles, they will want the capability to charge their car at home. How will Managers and Board Directors respond to this challenge? Solutions to this challenge will likely impact your Association’s infrastructure, finances, livability, home values, and quality of life. Our presentation seeks to provide you some tools and insight to find the right solution for your Association.
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Jerry Ringenberg is a 30 year veteran of Association Management with a specialization in high-rise operations. Since 2011, he has managed Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenue, one of the region’s premier residences. In 2014, Fifteen Twenty-One was the recipient of the Transportation Vision Award from the 2030 District for their installation of 62 car chargers. They currently have submitted a permit with the City of Seattle Planning Department for another 89 car charging stations.
Joe Rohan is a serial entrepreneur and business builder who has spent 15 years launching new technologies and advancing programs that improve business process and workflow across multiple industry sectors. Joe is a co-founder of Chargeable EV and is currently driving its nationwide efforts to illuminate the EV playing field for businesses and community stakeholders.
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