The Charge Port Estimator provides a suggested number of charge ports for potential deployment based on estimated current and near-term EV adoption, the number of charge ports already deployed, and a ratio of EVs per charge port. It’s generally recommended to plan for current and future adoption (rather than current adoption alone) to realize economies of scale on deployment costs, including design and construction.
Total number of spaces in your parking facility, including spaces for EV charging stations.
Current and Future Fleet EVs*
Total number EVs in your fleet.
Existing Charge Ports*
Total number of EV charging connectors currently available at your site (e.g., if you already have two charging stations, each with two connectors, input 4).
Results from the Charge Port Estimator are based on assumptions about local EV adoption and estimated growth; they cannot be guaranteed by Southern California Edison. Customers are advised to further evaluate their EV charging needs before finalizing their infrastructure deployment plans as actual and future EV adoption may be significantly higher or lower than shown by the Charge Port Estimator.