Where will renters plug in their EV
“The developments in new EV technology are exciting for many people, but they have also led to unexpected issues for some condominiums.”

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  • “The developments in new EV technology are exciting for many people, but they have also led to unexpected issues for some condominiums.”

  • “That’s the theme of an article published this month in the Florida Community Association Professionals journal.”

  • “by Lilliana Farinas-Sabogal, offers insights into how state regulations are shaping EV policies for condo living.”

  • “Her intent is to reach out to a mass audience beyond early adopters, certainly.”

  • “Noting that “the advertised MSRP for electric models of many of these vehicles appears to be comparable to their traditional gas-powered counterparts,” Farinas-Sabogal confirms that neighbors owning EVs “may become far more commonplace, far sooner than many people thought.”

Source: Carolyn Fortuna, CleanTechnica. Lilliana Farinas-Sabogal, Florida Community Association Professionals journal
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