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July 19 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
On July 19, Orlando’s City Council will take the first step in passing an “Electric Vehicle Readiness” policy. July 19’s City Council meeting will mark the first of two required readings for the policy. After the second meeting on August 23, the policy will be put up for a vote, and we need to show our support for it!
If you live near Orlando and want to see more EVs in the Sunshine State, please plan to attend the meeting and wear green to show your support! The meeting will be held at 2 PM ET on July 19 at 400 South Orange Avenue in Orlando. Look for a Greenworks City staff member to assist you at City Hall.
Can’t make it, but want to show your support? See the multiple ways you can tune in and participate if you feel inclined here.
Electric vehicle readiness requires a percentage of parking spaces built to include electrical infrastructure at the time of construction that enables future EV charging. This is one of the most impactful, cost-effective actions a municipality can take to facilitate the adoption of EVs. Overall, EV readiness dramatically decreases the costs to install EV charging infrastructure down the road by utilizing pre-construction planning to include parking spaces with electrical infrastructure that enables future EV charging. Learn more about “EV Readiness” and its benefits on our blog.