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I came across this information while looking into getting Clean Fuel plates for my new Volt. Pretty neat seeing the changing infrastructure around plug-ins and the price modeling.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure Authorization for School Boards
Beginning July 1, 2017, school boards may operate retail, fee-based PEV charging infrastructure on school property. Access during school hours must be restricted to employees, students, and authorized visitors only. PEV charging infrastructure must be accompanied by appropriate signage that details these restrictions. (Reference House Bill 2431, 2017 and Virginia Code 22.1-131, 56-1.2, 56-1.2:1, and 56-232.2:1)

Just thought I'd share. I'm not a teacher, student or have any reason to be a authorized visitor but figured some of you out there may be.
-tim
 

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fee-based PEV charging infrastructure on school property.
Wonder how much they'll charge?

Also wonder if it's L2 or DCFC/CCS...
 

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Wonder how much they'll charge?

Also wonder if it's L2 or DCFC/CCS...
To charge you have to bring the teacher an apple.
 

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I am surprised it takes a special state law to make it legal to install an EVSE at a school.
That's Virginia for ya. I wonder if other states have similar laws...
 

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I am surprised it takes a special state law to make it legal to install an EVSE at a school.
It's probably not the part about installing the charger, maybe more about it being "fee-based retail" that needed a bill to be passed to install/operate them.
 
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