ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING PLANNING SERVICES
Clean Fuels Ohio is the trusted advisor of Ohio's Green Transportation Industry
Knowledgeable and Well-Connected:
We are experts in all vehicle fuel and technology choices. We have the tools and experience to analyze each unique situation, then help identify solutions. We can work with you to develop short and long-term plans based on your unique fleet and your organization’s specific goals – whether purely economic or some combination that includes environmental sustainability.
Clean Fuels Ohio (CFO) is a statewide non-profit organization. Part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program, CFO’s mission is to help fleets and logistics operations transition from petroleum fuels and vehicles to cleaner, more sustainable fuels and advanced vehicle technologies while saving money over the long-term.
We offer free initial consultation. Based on our initial assessment of your fleet, we will tell you whether we can be of assistance based on your goals. We will recommend no action rather than encouraging you to adopt solutions you can’t afford or fit with operations. If you decide at any point that you are not interested in implementing advanced transportation solutions, we will discontinue our efforts and you will owe us only for the work performed to that point.
We are Uniquely Qualified to Help Your Plan and Deploy EV Charging Assets
For Governments, Fleets, Building Owners, Site Hosts, & Developers with their
Planning and Deploying of EV Charging
Growth in electric vehicles (EVs) and other advanced vehicles today and anticipated in the future will change how, when and where we ‘fuel” our vehicles. These changes require communities to plan ahead. For EVs, any place where vehicles remain parked for any length of time, and all types of travel destinations, are potential sites for new charging facilities. These include multi-unit residential dwellings, workplaces, downtowns and other retail districts, individual retailers, parks, libraries, community centers, and tourist attractions. These are in addition to traditional fuel stations and fleet headquarters.
Forward-thinking communities and their governments need to plan. How many charging stations are needed, where and what types? Are there funding sources? Commercial property developers and owners of all types need to get a handle on options and take advantage of opportunities. Who are the suppliers and what options to they bring to the table? How much do they cost? Who can install and how do people evaluate qualifications? Fleets need to answer a similar set of questions but framed based on how EV fleet deployments will grow and how EVs will be used.