Speaking of the University of Maryland… The College Park Campus, already well-represented in the area’s charging count, just won’t stop. Three parking structures will not only install more EVSEs, but solar canopies to power those charging spaces. The campus as a whole already runs a solar “farm” nearby, as well as buying solar and wind credits. Then in late 2016, the Terrapin Trail, Regents Drive, and Mowatt Lane Garages will be powered by solar roofs. The coverage won’t just shade vehicles and provide EV power; the three canopies will send surplus power to other campus buildings.
This is all in addition to American University and GWU producing or buying a majority of their electricity from new solar ventures, and Catholic University’s onsite arrays. UMD has more charging, but theirs is a suburban campus of course. American and GWU have their own Metro stops and bikeshare racks, and each still has a token EVSE.