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  • Monday, November 11, 2019

    Building Policy For Transportation Electrification

    The 50 States of Electric Vehicles: States Consider a Variety of Utility-Led Transportation Electrification Initiatives in Q3 2019

    November 6, 2019 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…40 states and the District of Columbia took actions related to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure during Q3 2019, with the greatest number of actions relating to rebate programs, charging station deployment, and rate design for electric vehicle charging [according to the Q3 2019 update of The 50 States of Electric Vehicles from NCCETC]… 298 electric vehicle actions were taken during Q3 2019…[It was] a 41% increase over Q3 2018…[Three trends in electric vehicle actions were] (1) states and utilities focusing on rebate programs for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, (2) utilities proposing programs to address multiple charging types and locations, and (3) utilities proposing innovative electric vehicle charging pilot projects…

    …[The five top policy developments of the quarter were the] North Carolina Department of Transportation releasing its final zero-emission vehicle plan…Arizona regulators approving an electric vehicle implementation plan…The Maine Public Utilities Commission issuing a beneficial electrification request for proposals…Portland General Electric filing its transportation electrification plan with Oregon regulators; and….[the] Iowa Utilities Board exempting charging stations served by behind-the-meter generation from utility regulation…” click here for more


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