The LPDD team proposes a model law to have municipalities use their street light poles to support Level Two electrical vehicle chargers. When municipalities convert street light poles to LED lights, they can use the excess electric power freed up by the conversion to power charging stations at the base of the pole, which can be installed by a private company (e.g. Ubitricity) at a cost of the equivalent of 110 US Dollars in 20-30 minutes (see, e.g., https://www.cleanenergywire.org/news/mobility-start-ubitricity-wants-revolutionise-e-car-charging). The adjacent parking space may be reserved for the limited time it takes to charge the EV. The LPDD team proposes that municipalities set a goal of installing by 2025 one charge point or port for every 50 units in neighborhoods or blocks with multi-family residences, to the extent there are sufficient street light poles on the same block. The charge ports would be accessible to those electric vehicle users who bring their own smart cable that allows for immediate charging and billing, so that the municipality does not lose money, and the concern that charging cables might be left on the street and destroyed is eliminated.