The Farmingdale State College Solar Carport project (FSC Solar Carport) is part of the Smart Energy Corridor Project. This Project is sponsored by the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), Farmingdale State College and Stony Brook University which is supported by a grant from the Department of Energy, the SUNY Research Foundation and LIPA. The purpose of this policy is to establish rules and procedures for the use of the FSC Solar Carport and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.
The FSC Solar Carport, which is located in parking lot 5, has ten electric vehicle charging stations (GE Durastations). Each of the EV Charging Stations can provide power to two parked vehicles simultaneously (PHEV (Plug in Hybrid Vehicle)/EV). The GE Durastation software system enables access to the charging stations through RFID (radio frequency identification cards. Authorized individuals are provided access to the charging stations.
- System Size: 20 Stations
- Station: 10 x GE Double Pedestal DuraStation
- Level 2 chargers
Use of the Solar Carport
- Solar Carport Policy
- Application for Solar Carport Use
- Due to the current parameters relating to staff remote work arrangements, charging card issuance is not immediate. Please allow at minimum 2 weeks for your charging card to be ready for pick up on campus.
- Report Issues with the Solar Carport
|Car Free Day Kick Off Rally||9/21/21||11:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Campus Center, Amphitheater|
|Solar Installation 101: Training and Hiring Event||9/23/21||5:00 PM - 7:00 PM||Smart Energy House|
|EV Symposium and Ride and Drive||10/8/21||9:00 AM - 3:00 PM||Campus Center, Ballroom|
Renewable Energy & Sustainability Center