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The Energy Office coordinates the installation and maintenance of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at state facilities. According to Drive Electric Vermont, electric vehicle sales in Vermont increased 48% in 2022 from the previous year, highlighting the need to support the growing number of EV owners. BGS has installed 30 level 2 stations to date with additional installations planned for 2024-2026. This page is meant to help members of the public and state employees know what charging stations are available and answer common questions related to EV charging.
Any station located at a state office building is available for state employees and the public except for stations that clearly state that they are for fleet use only (hours of access may apply). These stations are needed to support the growing number of state-owned electric fleet vehicles.
Station Cost Recovery Rate
A cost recovery rate of $0.26 per kilowatt hour(kWh) was implemented in 2023 to recoup electricity costs and the costs associated with purchasing, installing, and maintaining the stations. Click here for the public notice detailing the rate implementation. To ensure equitable access to stations EV drivers are required to move their vehicles when they reach a full charge.
Station Error Reporting
Charging stations are actively monitored for use data analysis and operational status. Occasionally, station issues are not remotely visible to station managers, so employees are encouraged to leave a message through ChargePoint if it is a ChargePoint station, or report issues to the Energy Office at BGS.
Updates and Features
Our goal at the Energy Office is to provide convenient and reliable EV charging. When there are changes to station policies, features, or new stations, this page will be updated accordingly. We appreciate your input and participation as we work to help reduce transportation emissions and expand charging station access across Vermont!