Colorado debates right number of EV chargers for apartments1 min read
Colorado environmental advocates are pushing for more electric vehicle chargers at new and renovated apartment buildings, in legislation and at the state energy codes board, while the apartment trade pushes back on making housing more expensive to build.
Democratic legislators and electrification advocates want renters and buyers in multifamily buildings to have equal access to EV chargers, as state and federal officials ratchet up pressure to get nearly a million EVs on Colorado roads by 2030.
“We want to make sure that as we build new buildings, they’re going to be the kind of buildings where Coloradans can live,” said Rep. Alex Valdez, D-Denver, a co-sponsor of House Bill 1233 on multifamily charging requirements. “And we’ve all seen those great…
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