ID#129 - Member + EV Starter Kit
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Reports in this kit include:
1. Guidelines for Selecting a Communications Protocol for Vehicle-Grid Integration
2. Utility Best Practices for EV Infrastructure Deployment
3. Residential Electric Vehicle Rates That Work: Attributes That Increase Enrollment
4. Preparing for an Electric Vehicle Future: How Utilities Can Succeed
5. A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging
6. A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging Dataset
7. Utilities and Electric Vehicles: Evolving to Unlock Grid Value
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ID#134 - Guidelines for Selecting a Communications Protocol for Vehicle-Grid Integration
Utilities are launching electric vehicle (EV) pilots and demonstration projects by the dozen. One factor of vehicle-grid integration (VGI), including managed charging and vehicle-to-everything, is required for long-term success – open communication protocols.
A communications protocol is analogous to a “language” whereby two entities speaking the same language can easily understand each other.
Standards-based communications protocols encourage innovation, enable economies of scale, and lower the cost of communication between different systems. Download this report for a four-step process that will help you choose the best protocol(s) to fit your VGI use case(s).
This paper was developed in partnership with QualityLogic, Inc. and Kitu Systems.
ID#135 - Utility Best Practices for EV Infrastructure Deployment
With electric vehicle (EV) charging projected to increase U.S. electricity consumption 11% by 2040, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, there is no ignoring the importance of EV infrastructure to electric utilities. As of April 2020, almost $3 billion in transportation electrification investments have been approved or are pending approval by state utility commissions nationally.
Having the right strategic plan, building a strong team, and providing a good customer experience, will lead to successful EV charging programs. Download this report for recommendations for developing a comprehensive utility EV infrastructure program. Whether EV novice or expert, the best practices are useful for every electric utility, regardless of size, type or EV experience.
ID#179 - Residential Electric Vehicle Rates That Work: Attributes That Increase Enrollment
Forecasts show electric vehicle (EV) adoption is going to increase. Without a thoughtful approach to encourage off-peak residential charging, these EVs could lead to costly distribution system impacts. SEPA gathered empirical research in partnership with The Brattle Group and Enel X that identifies how EV-specific time-varying rates can successfully incentivize customers to charge during off-peak hours. The research also includes insights into the current EV time-varying rates landscape, utility motivations for EV rates, and consumer preferences, based on utility and consumer survey results.
Note: this report was produced in partnership with The Brattle Group, E4TheFuture, and Enel X. Your information may be shared with these groups.
ID#185 - Preparing for an Electric Vehicle Future: How Utilities Can Succeed
Combining results from an industry survey with personal insights of utility industry experts, this report delivers recommendations and best practices for how utilities should support, plan, and deploy electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. This report was written by members of the Distribution Planning Subcommittee from SEPA’s Electric Vehicle Working Group.
ID#225 - A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging
This guide provides readers with a complete understanding of managed charging, its potential benefits, the current industry state, utility program requirements, how managed charging communication pathways relay signals, and defines the current vendor landscape. This report is packed with never-before-published data collected and vetted by SEPA and numerous experts in the field.
ID#226 - A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging Dataset
This dataset includes primary research collected for the report, A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging. It will be updated on a routine basis with all of the utility-run managed charging programs from 2012-2019, a complete list of network service providers, and a complete list of EV supply equipment manufacturers.
ID#314 - Utilities and Electric Vehicles: Evolving to Unlock Grid Value
This report provides an overview of current utility electric vehicle activity, and includes an analysis of EV dockets and regulatory activity. This report finds that most utilities are unprepared for the upcoming growth in the EV market. Approximately 75% of utilities were in the earliest stages of EV program development. SEPA suggests that these utilities work with peers, and others in the industry, to develop a robust EV strategy and identify strategies to leverage EVs as a grid asset. These efforts will better prepare utilities and equip them with the knowledge and technologies needed to unlock value.
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