In recent years, attention has been focused as the spread of electric vehicles has increased. Electric vehicles have a different structure and charging method than existing internal combustion engine vehicles, so it is time to change the urban and residential environment accordingly.
In this regard, in order to derive more in-depth and specific implications after proceeding with an abstract and general discussion related to electric vehicles, this study sets the temporal and spatial range of the current Uijeongbu City and responds based on the current situation of the city by setting a case of Uijeongbu City.
Unlike internal combustion engine cars that refuel at gas stations, it is convenient and desirable to charge an electric vehicle slowly at a parking lot at night when the amount of electricity used is small.
From this point of view, specific response strategies such as the expansion and distribution of electric vehicle charging tags for use in mobile chargers, review of subsidies for mobile chargers, image design of Uijeongbu City through the establishment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, installation of convenience facilities or municipal public relations facilities at electric vehicle charging sites, installation of electric vehicle chargers for tourist attraction were derived.