Tag Archives: Electric vehicle (EV)
Using customer propensity models to account for customer preferences can help utility system planners refine their forecasts of grid-connected distributed energy resources (DER). This report provides guidance to distribution planners, load forecasters, and researchers seeking to use customer propensity models in their DER adoption forecasts.
Fast Charging in a Mixed-Use Urban Redevelopment Community: Georgia Power—Atlantic Station Case Study
This report documents successes, challenges, and lessons with electric vehicle charging stations at a mixed-use development in Atlanta called Atlanta Station.
This paper compares the performance and needs of a Tesla all-electric semi truck with those of a standard, diesel semi truck under a variety of scenarios. It also examines the potential grid impacts of large-scale deployment of electric trucks.
This case study focuses on Eversource Energy’s and the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s experience installing and operating two electric vehicle charging stations at the I-95 southbound Darien service plaza.