City of Satellite Beach

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The City of Satellite Beach signed the EMPOWERED Workplace Charging pledge in 2024.

Photo of electric car charging in designated EV charging space, partially shaded by large bushes.

Satellite Beach installed its first electric vehicle (EV) charging station on City property in 2016 at Pelican Beach Park (pictured right). This new piece of green infrastructure was one of the first accomplishments of the City’s Sustainability Board. Since then, per the City’s Sustainability Action Plan, which calls for the installation of at least one EV charging station at a municipal building under Green Achievement Target #4 by 2022, the City has installed two more public stations at its City Hall and Civic Center complex. The City’s three charging stations are compatible with all current North American electric vehicle models and do not require a SemaConnect account to use even though this an option for the public to utilize.

The City of Satellite Beach is actively researching additional municipal sites to install new EV charging stations in order to expand EV infrastructure across the City, County, and the state as a whole so has to help reduce overall vehicle emissions, noise, reduce fuel costs, and decrease our nation’s dependence on fossil fuels. The City is also researching and planning to continue transitioning its own vehicle fleet with more alternative fuel vehicles as battery technology and range continually improve year after year.