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USC Dominguez Hills partners with ABS, P2S, and Kardent to roadmap and develop EV Depot 

About USC Dominguez Hills

"CSUDH and other state institutions are major consumers of energy and natural resources. The university has a responsibility to be a wise steward of scarce resources by reducing the use of non-renewable resources, increasing energy efficiency, and as part of the larger CSU system, promoting continued economic and ecological viability in California.

CSUDH is on the cutting edge of sustainability efforts by an urban campus, and is actively providing leadership in engaging faculty, students, and staff in on-campus sustainability efforts. We are always looking at ways to increase partnerships and funding to support the educational, research, and public service missions of the university as they relate to sustainability."

Project Details

Having worked with us previously, CSUDH asked ABS to help with road mapping and developing an EV Charging Depot on their campus.


The EV fueling depot will be a multi-use facility that will serve light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles including campus shuttles, student and faculty EVs, surrounding mixed-use development, and transportation services for Los Angeles & Long Beach Ports.


ABS is partnering with P2S (infrastructure engineering & deployment) and Kardent (retail designer) throughout the strategic planning process.

Scope of Work
  • Utility Billing and Cost Analysis

  • Environmental & Geographic Studies of potential construction sites

  • Utility Engagement for New Infrastructure

  • Generating Engineering/Architectural Designs & Renderings

  • Financial & Business Modeling for EV charging

  • Supplemental Energy Infrastructure Studies


CSUDH is in the process of assessing and is performing internal reviews and funding studies so that they can begin implementing this project


Estimated Project Costs: $25,000,000

Completion Date: Ongoing. Installation/construction timeline to-be-determined

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