Web Meeting #6
March 30, 2013
Jasna Tomic & Whitney Pitkanen
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» Snapshot of EEVI Participants
» Review of Current and Projected U.S. EV Sales
» Recap of Webinar Findings
» Case Study: Multi‐tenant properties
» CBRE‐ Asset Services ‐ Janice M. Church, CPM, RPA,
FMA | Senior Real Estate Manager
» Next Meeting in May
Snapshot of Today’s
CA PEV Collaborative
Cal State University Fullerton
Car Charging Group
City of Albany, CA
Delta Products Corp.
LOS Angeles Mission College
Pacific Gas and Electric
EV Market Status
» Can we depend on the EV market to thrive and
create demand for charging stations?
» EV sales start the year slow, but TREND UPWARD
» lower inventory
» slow production
» BUT PEV sales are doing just as well as hybrid
cars were doing at this time in their production
U.S. Sales ‐ Current
• At least 6 new
and 8 plug‐in
models will be
Recap of Webinar Findings
IRS Reporting Requirements
» Is workplace charging considered by the IRS as a benefit that will be
considered taxable income?
» No, providing free charging will not rise to the level of a taxable
benefit and will not have to be reported to the IRS.
» See IRS 2012 Employer’s Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits, page 20 for
information on Transportation (Commuter) Benefits.
» Workplace charging is not specifically identified, but the
information implies that a Transportation/Commuting benefit that
falls under a threshold of $125 ‐ $240 per month is not going to
rise to the IRS' reporting threshold.
Electric Charging Stations
15 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations are available in project
Level P1 Access
Janice M. Church, CPM, RPA,
FMA | Senior Real Estate
Manager | Lic. 01243984
CBRE | Asset Services
Electric Charging Stations
Why: Building amenity
Incentives/Rebates: Dept. of Energy provided 8 stations free of
*Not eligible for rebates due to ownership structure of garage
Bill Rate: $0.95 per Hour – billed in 1 minute increments
Usage: Approximately 8 cars per day
Level I and Level II Connectivity: All 3 stations (5 chargers each)
have Level II and 1 charger per station has dual Level I and II
connectivity. Faster charge times for Level II and majority of EV’s
use Level II.
Greenhouse Gases Saved: 2012 -34,559 kg; YTD 2013 -12,494 kg
Next EEVI Web
28th at 11am
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