Tag Archives: Electric vehicle adoption
Drawing on surveys of customers in service territories of eight utilities, this research developed a model to examine the effect of incentives on electric vehicle adoption.
Public electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the U.S. has developed through a patchwork of funding, companies, and programs, often relying on proprietary software and subscriber service models. This paper is a cooperative effort of EPRI, the Edison Electric Institute, the Alliance for Transportation Electrification, the American Public Power Association, and the National Rural Electric Cooperative […]
The Value of Transportation Electrification: Three Preliminary Case Studies of Impacts on Utility Stakeholders
This study modeled the benefits and costs of investments in public plug-in electric vehicle charging infrastructure on electric vehicle drivers and customers at three utilities.