City and County of San Francisco Multi-Unit Dwelling Electric Vehicle Charging Project
March 25, 2022
Transportation Energy (600)
Clean Transportation Program
Center for Sustainable Energy
The objectives of the City and County of San Francisco Multi‐Unit Dwelling Electric Vehicle Charging Project are to identify areas within the city that are highly suitable for electric vehicle charging station development; identify and develop technologies that will allow multi-unit dwellings garage, curbside, and lot charging solutions to be deployed; and develop a permitting process that will allow access to power and space for the deployment of curbside electric vehicle charging stations, and new multi-unit dwellings garage and surface lot charging technologies.
The project objectives were completed in a series of five reports as follows:
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Pathways Study
Deployment Carbon Dioxide Study
This final report includes a summary of each report with some key results and conclusions. The full reports were provided to the City and County of San Francisco Center for Sustainable Energy but are not included in this report. In addition, a series of maps were generated using data collected for the study. The maps display by vehicle type (Battery Electric, Fuel Cell Electric, Internal Combustion, and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles), and median income, owner-occupied housing, number of registrations, vehicles per capita, vehicles and single-family homes, and vehicles and public charging stations (where applicable).