Electrical Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

California forges ahead -Zero Emission Vehicle Executive Order B-48-18

At the beginning of 2018, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr signed a new executive order to boost the supply of zero emission vehicles and charging stations in California. The order called for a target of 5 million zero emission vehicles (ZEV) in California by 2030, boosting the previous signed order of 1.5 million ZEVs. The initiative will help bring 250,000 vehicle charging stations and 200 hydrogen fueling stations to California by 2025.

The City of Emeryville was awarded a "Charge" grant of $29,000 from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) to install 2 electric vehicle stations at Glashaus, a multi-family apartment building. The City plans to have the EV infrastructure available for public use at the beginning of 2019. Stay tuned for more details about this project.

The map below shows the current charging stations available for public use in Emeryville.


You can check their availability in real time by downloading and installing apps like:

-  PlugShare

-  Open Charge Map 

-  ChargeHub

-  ChargePoint