Convenience stores are the fueling destination for the traveling public and will be in the future as well. As more electric vehicles enter the market, it is time for retailers to explore opportunities to offer charging services to their customers or determine how they can future proof their stores to enable EV charging when the time is right. NACS is your resource to better understand the business of EV charging and to capitalize on opportunities that are right for your business.
NACS Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program
To promote the availability of electric vehicle chargers at convenience stores, in 2020 NACS launched the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program. Through this program, NACS has established relationships with organizations interested in supporting the installation of electric vehicle service equipment (EVSE) at convenience stores. These organizations range from those seeking to install and operate their own equipment at NACS member locations to those seeking to finance the installation or provide technical assistance to facilitate the installation of such equipment or future proofing stores.
If you are interested in learning more about this program and benefiting from these relationships when opportunities in your market are available, please contact NACS Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Liaison Karl Doenges at email@example.com.
The Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI), NACS and the Fuels Institute have developed this document to help convenience retailers who are considering whether to incorporate electrical vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure into existing liquid fuel sites.
The Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI), NACS and the Fuels Institute have developed this document to help convenience retailers plan for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure at new liquid fueling sites. With careful planning and efficient site design, ground-up facilities can be constructed to keep fuels convenient and safe for store personnel and the public.
This document demonstrates the importance of EV charging to the convenience industry and presents an industry outlook.
The Fuels Institute provides a detailed assessment of the future of EVs and demand for charging. It includes demonstration maps and specific case studies.
At the beginning of 2020, the market for electric vehicles remained in its infancy with less than 2% of vehicles sold in 2019 powered by electricity. Yet, market conditions have matured and the potential for market expansion continues to improve. This document presents the data and analysis relative to the electric vehicle market at the beginning of 2020.
Convenience retailers interested in providing electricity to drivers of electric vehicles need to understand the business into which they are entering. The fundamentals of servicing EV drivers include types of charging services, methods of sale and options providing various levels of support.