FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I get an EV Charger at my workplace?
CLICK HERE and fill out the form to get your free charger and schedule a free consultation
What types of chargers are there?
There are currently three types of chargers available on the market.
Click Here to see if your business qualifies to get a free level 2 charging station from LFCA!
Best use: Highways, gas stations, or other places EV’s are briefly parked.
*NOTE: All EV’s are built differently: some charge faster than others, some require more power, etc. Be sure to check with your specific model for more accurate data.
What does my donation help support?
Your donation allows LFCA to continue cleaning the Wasatch air and providing free chargers to businesses in the State of Utah.
What types of EV chargers does your program provide?
LFCA recommends either a Level 2 or Level 3 charger depending upon your specific need. While we are agnostic in the brand or type of charger we give out, we do
Can I get more than one charger?
Yes. LFCA will provide the first charger for free. LFCA can provide additional chargers at-cost in exchange for a tax-deductible donation back to our organization.
How do I install my EV Charger?
LFCA works with a network of qualified electricians who can provide you with a quote for installation. We can help plan your charging project to minimize installation cost and walk you through the process at your site.
How much does a Level 2 EV charging station cost to operate?
Based on 8 to 12 hours of active charging use per day, one 30 amp EV charger costs less than $2.00 a day in electricity to operate. Many heavily used level 2 stations owners often report paying less than $200/year in electricity.
What if I don’t own my building?
LFCA can work with your landlord or property manager to coordinate installation of your EV chargers.
How do I manage access to my charger?
LFCA has multiple strategies based on
How much c02 has lfCa prevented?
We estimate the chargers placed have offset roughly 112.9 million pounds of CO2. This number was generated by considering how many times the average combustion driver fuels up in one trip to the gas station, average fuel-ups per year, and the amount of CO2 expended per fuel tank. We also considered the number of chargers implemented and the varying years each charger has been established for.