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When: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
2:00 PM
Where: LIVE Webinar
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Earn one credit toward redesignation and recertification for:Certified Manager of Community Associations, Association Management Specialist, and Professional Manager of Community Associations


Get the buzz on electric vehicles!


Electric vehicles (EVs) are economical, environmentally friendly options for drivers and are quickly becoming the future of transportation. The sales growth of EVs indicates that they will soon be a part of everyday life for many Americans living in community associations. Managing the increasing demand for EVs will require associations to consider electricity capacity, charging stations, association policies, and innovative management strategies.


Learn what your community association will need in order to keep pace with this expanding and evolving technology!

J. RingenbergJerry Ringenberg, AMS,is an association manager with 25 years of experience in the housing sector as a portfolio manager, management company executive, and site manager. Jerry is currently the building manager of Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenue, a luxury high-rise located next to the Pike Place Market in Seattle, Wash., which was awarded the 2015 Transportation Vision Award from the Seattle 2030 District in recognition for installing 62 electric car charging stations.>>Read more.



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  • Understanding the U.S. Department of Energy's charging standards for EVs
  • Creating the legal structure for EV chargers in a condominium environment using common elements or limited common elements
  • Impacts and aspects of electric cars in a condominium housing environment with regards to architectural review, aesthetics of chargers, facility power capacity, electrical design, feasibility studies, resident access to chargers, billing for electricity, and transferring chargers

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