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About This Course:
A properly designed EV charging station not only addresses the needs of the users, but also helps reduce consumption of the grid power, ane hence resulting in reduced carbon emissions. In this learning program, attendees will learn about the critical factors for selecting proper sites for EV charging stations, and key design elements that address the safety, functionality, reliability and maintainability of the stations.
Learning Objective 1
Attendees will learn the key factors in deciding the location of charging stations, including traffic patterns, charging time required for a vehicle, waiting time, cost of charging per vehicle, charging technology used, and proximity to the source of electricity.
Learning Objective 2
The three levels of EV charging stations, in context of the power output and charging times, will be discussed. The features of the stations, such as solar power collection, as well as the key aspects of design addressing safety concerns, will also be discussed.
Learning Objective 3
The design aspects pertaining to providing accessible EV charging stations will be discussed. Attendees will be offered examples of EV charging stations that may be covered under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) or ABA (Architectural Barriers Act), which includes state or local government offices, public parks, municipal building parking lots, street parking and the public right-of-way, etc.
Learning Objective 4
Attendees will learn about the design criteria in context of space planning and layouts for EV charging stations, to ensure the safety and efficiency of their operations.
|Course Title||Commercial EV Charging Station Design|
|Speaker||Henry Yu, PE, P.Eng. (Canada), PMP, WELL AP, LEED GA, CTS|
|Course Codes||AIA 2308EVC-R|
|Accreditation||2.0 AIA LU-HSW / 2.0 PDH|