The University is pleased to support electric charging stations throughout campus. At this time there is no cost beyond an annual permit to utilize these stations.
Harvard’s Parking Services has installed electric car charging stations at the following locations:
|One Western Avenue Garage, Boston - 8 stations on P1 level|
|10 Akron Garage - 2 stations on P1 ramp|
|10 Everett Garage - 11 stations on P2 level|
|5 Cowperthwaite Garage - 2 stations on P1 ramp|
|52 Oxford Garage – 10 stations on P2 level|
|Broadway Garage - 3 stations on P1 level, 3 stations on P2 level|
|Harvard innovation Lab (iLab), 125 Western Avenue, Allston - 2 stations|
|Peabody Terrace Garage – 3 stations on bottom level|
|Soldiers Field Park Garage, Boston – 4 stations on P1|
|Teele Hall, 230 Western Avenue, Allston - 2 stations|
|25 Travis Lot - 2 stations|
|Observatory Lot - 2 stations|
Faculty, staff, and students wishing to use one of the stations on campus must first purchase an ECS permit. Currently, all the electric charging stations on campus are considered a shared resource. The stations were installed to help supplement ECS permit holders' energy needs when they are away from home. Individual ECS permit holders should not expect to have a dedicated space available to them at all times. To balance demand, new ECS permit holders may need to relocate to a facility that has lower requests. If ECS permit holders do not need to charge their vehicles, we strongly encourage you to park elsewhere in the garage or lot.
Parking Services is creating an electric vehicle charging station policy that will address demand and costs. In addition, we are looking at investing in new technology, such as the DC Fast Charge stations, to better serve the community.
To accommodate growth of the program, a permit holder wishing to participate will need to relocate to a facility that supports electric charging stations.
Stations will be marked with the following signage:
- Restricted Parking
- Electric Car
- Charging Station
- Hangtags Only
Individuals interested in using one of the electric charging stations should contact the Campus Service Center at 617-496-7827 or email@example.com.
Thank you for your dedication to sustainability.