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Whether you are a fleet manager, fuel provider, local community leader or other stakeholder interested in alternative fuels and petroleum reduction strategies, these links and documents will be useful resources for you. We welcome your feedback, so please contact your GSCCC Coordinator, Jessica Wilcox, at or (603) 271-6751.

GSCCC NH-specific Resources:

Electric Vehicle (EV)-Related Links:

  • Drive Change. Drive Electric. – a collaborative campaign representing a unique public-private partnership between auto manufacturers and Northeast states to advance consumer awareness, understanding, consideration and adoption of electric cars, including battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and fuel cell electric vehicles. By showcasing to drivers and passengers the convenience, affordability, technology, sustainability and power performance of electric vehicles, Drive Change. Drive Electric. aims to put more electric cars on the road than ever before.
  • Drive Electric New Hampshire (DENH) – a coalition of public and private stakeholders whose mission is to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) and installation of supporting charging infrastructure in NH by increasing knowledge and awareness of EVs through education and outreach.
  • Plug Into The Present – part of an education and awareness media campaign investment powered by the Volkswagen Group of America. Designed to support education and awareness of zero emission vehicles (ZEV) through brand-neutral outreach, this site links to various pages in order to enhance ZEV awareness.

Electric Vehicle (EV)-Related Documents:

  • Creating EV-Ready Towns & Cities: A Guide to Planning & Policy Tools  pdf file - this report provides guidance to practitioners at all levels of state and local governments wishing to take action to implement EVSE deployment in their jurisdictions. It provides discussions and guidance regarding the steps to create, administer, and amend planning processes, rules, and regulations, and explores the potential for jurisdictions to encourage EV charging station installation and use. Tools to promote EV-friendly zoning regulations, parking ordinances, building codes, permitting practices, and partnership and procurement are explored, and examples of streamlined approaches are provided.
  • Siting & Design Guidelines For Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE)  pdf file – the purpose of these design guidelines is to identify and diagram key siting and design issues that are relevant to local governments as well as developers, homeowners, businesses, utility providers and other organizations interested in best practices for EVSE implementation.
  • Public EV Charging Business Models for Retail Site Hosts pdf file - Hosting an EV charging station offers a range of potential benefits for retailers, including direct revenue from charging station use, increased sales, and improved corporate branding. The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, David Gardiner and Associates, Atlas Public Policy, and the Retail Industry Leaders Association are investigating the business models in the current market that are or could be used to make installation of charging infrastructure economically feasible for retail locations. This brief by Atlas Public Policy examines common business models employed by charging service providers and provides analysis that explores potential financial scenarios for charging infrastructure hosts.

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