Argonne National Laboratory tool estimates EV charging station construction employment impacts

This article was written by our partners at Argonne National Laboratory.


Argonne National Laboratory has launched JOBS EVSE, a tool designed to allow users to quickly estimate the economic impacts associated with the development, construction and operation of electric vehicle charging stations, also called electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). The impacts range from job creation to ripple-effect economic activity, such as local spending. 

Built on the Excel-based platform common to other Argonne JOBS models, JOBS EVSE 1.0 permits users to estimate economic impacts for individual states, regions or the entire United States. 

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The tool contains default input values, but users can override default data with their own project-specific data for more accurate output.

For more information about JOBS EVSE, view the webinar, Using JOBS EVSE 1.0 to Estimate Employment Impacts of EVSE, or visit the JOBS EVSE homepage.

JOBS EVSE was developed with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office.


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