No Driveway, No Problem – Increasing EV Access for All

November 2, 2022

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EV Ownership is not just a lifestyle option for individuals who live in single-family homes. People who live in multi-unit dwellings can also own EVs!

Whether your multi-unit dwelling is an apartment building or a condo, or even a townhouse, access to charging your EV can be available to you.

Learn about how and where to charge if you live in a multi-unit dwelling and who covers the cost to install EV charging at the building. Join us for this webinar to learn more about resources available to you if your community has not yet implemented EV charging. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to start these conversations with your property manager or HOA and hear from a panel of experts who took the step of bringing more EV awareness to their residential communities.


Kathleen Staples
Kate is the Director of Electrification for Dominion Energy. Previously, she developed and implemented renewable and demand side management programs for Dominion Energy’s residential and non-residential customers. She received her B.S. in Business from Virginia Tech and her MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a Six Sigma Green Belt and received her Certified Energy Manager certification in 2014.

Tim Baker
Tim is the Senior Management Analyst for King County Housing Authority and has been installing EV stations since 2012 at their housing properties.

Brennan Balson
Brennan has been an EV Ambassador for Generation180 for several years. He is an EV owner that is currently renting an apartment.