Permitting homeowners to install chargers at street curbs and to have exclusive access to parking beside those stations for nightly recharging of registered EVs.
Providing a template for local governments to amend their zoning regulations to make biogas production facilities a contemplated and accepted use, which would make development of such facilities quicker and less costly.
Would require new or significantly altered commercial, industrial, or multi-family residential buildings to be equipped with the installation of Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment in proximity to parking spaces.
This Model Grant of Conservation Easement and Declaration of Covenants was developed by the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association, and adapted by our team to enhance terms that promote biologic carbon sequestration.
Providing for local adoption of NFPA Hydrogen Technologies Code, a key regulatory step to facilitate the construction of hydrogen fueling stations, which support hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty vehicles.
Model executive order to establish a state or local “Green Fleet Transition” program.
Model legislation that can be enacted on the state or local level to establish a “Green Fleet Transition” program in the enacting jurisdiction.
Would require new or significantly altered one- or two-family residential buildings to be equipped with the installation of Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment in proximity to the garage or carport dedicated for resident parking.
Model law to have municipalities use street light poles to support Level 2 electrical vehicle chargers, with a goal of installing one charge point or port for every 50 units in neighborhoods or blocks with multi-family residences by 2025.