Webinar 2- October 11, 2017
Policy Debate – Who Should Build Public EV Charging Infrastructure ?
This webinar will provide insight on the ongoing policy debate about who should build public EV charging infrastructure. Should utilities be allowed, or even encouraged, to build public EV charging infrastructure? Should auto manufactures or third parties provide the public EV charging infrastructure? Is there a need for both? Also, if we rely on third parties to build, what is the regulatory role when dealing with requests for utilities to provide some amount of interconnection infrastructure and wholesale energy supply. This webinar will explore the policy questions that regulators and advocates should explore when answering these questions.
Guiding Principles for Utility Programs to Accelerate Transportation Electrification
NRDC Driving out Pollution Report
- The MJ Bradley state-specific reports quantifying the benefits of EV adoption
- Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania:
- The CPUC-required load research report documenting EV load profiles and grid impacts to-date:
- The California Transportation Electrification Assessment, Phase 2 Grid Impacts: