Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The MBL offers a dual pedestal SemaConnect Charging Station located in the Swope Parking Lot on Millfield Street for its employees, affiliates, visitors, and the general public who have electric vehicles. A campus parking permit is not required when actively charging your vehicle, but is required if you wish to remain parked in the Swope Parking Lot. For guests and affiliates who do not have a parking sticker, you may obtain a parking pass by visiting the Swope Front Desk or by contacting Security.
Parking Fee and Time Limits:
The cost to park at the MBL’s charging station for MBL Employees is $1.35 per hour for the first four hours and $5.00 per hour for each thereafter. For MBL Visitors is $2.00 per hour for the first four hours and $5.00 per hour for each thereafter. For the General Public is $10.00 parking fee and $3.50 per hour for the first four hours and $5.00 per hour for each thereafter. The parking fee will remain in effect from the time you plug your vehicle into the station until the time your vehicle is unplugged. To avoid unnecessary fees please remove your vehicle from the parking spot upon completion.
To join the MBL Electrical Vehicle Charging program please follow the steps below:
- Log in to your SemaConnect account
- On the left menu, select My Account
- Choose Station Access
- Enter invitation Code MARI2576
- Click Submit
If you are having trouble accessing the station, email Facilities, email@example.com or call Security at 508-289-7217. If you need to reach SemaConnect Customer Service, dial 1-800-663-5633 and choose Option 2.
Once access has been initiated, you can choose to connect through one of the following ways:
- Requesting a SemaConnect Network Pass through your SemaConnect Dashboard or
- Downloading the SemaConnect app available for both iPhone and Android devices. Click here for more information.
*To receive text/email notifications on when your vehicle is fully charged, you may select “Battery Fully Charged” in your SemaConnect notifications.
The EV charging stations were installed in the Spring of 2019 but have recently been updated/upgraded to new 5G units in March of 2023.
Since originally being installed:
There has been a total of 655 charging sessions.
Which have saved roughly 1,857.43 gallons of gasoline.
And offset 36,033.89 pounds of Carbon dioxide emissions.
Energy Consumed, CO2 offset and Gasoline Saved - October 20th, 2021 - January 10, 2022
Electric Vehicle Incentive Program