Jesse Goldstein • Santa Barbara, CAemPower: Data-Driven Communication on the Benefits of Sharing to Foster Electric Vehicle Adoption in Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities
This project will communicate and promote the potential to bring existing electrical infrastructure online via the sharing economy to enable low-income and disadvantaged California communities to gain much-needed access to electric vehicle (EV) charging. EVs have zero tailpipe emissions and significantly lower life-cycle emissions compared to gasoline vehicles.
Through spatial analyses, determine the best possible locations for the creation of community EV charger sharing networks, conduct market research and outreach campaigns to gauge interest levels, and educate low-income and disadvantaged residents on how they can confidently adopt climate-friendly, cost competitive, and tailpipe emission-free EVs.
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