9/9 FRI 2:45 | Planning for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure 2
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9/9 FRI 2:45 | Planning for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure 2

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Kim Lundgren

By 2015, a total of one million Electric Vehicles (EVs) will be available in the United States. This paradigm shift will require new infrastructure
and permitting standards, as well as the foundation
of new working relationships between utilities, cars, charging companies, and municipalities. Building codes, zoning codes and architectural standards must adapt to provide charging access
at home, work and around the city. The session provides an overview of EVs, charging technologies, and emerging issues such as fitting EVs into the city. The session will cover current information on codes, policies, smart grid integration, cost/benefits, and charging station best practices.

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9/9 FRI 2:45 | Planning for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure 2 9/9 FRI 2:45 | Planning for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure 2 Presentation Transcript

  • 2011 FL/APAKim Lundgren, Climate & Energy Practice Leader VHB MillerSellen Florida APA Conference September 9, 2011
  • 2011 FL/APA►Markets for charging►Allowing EV infrastructure►Permit / Inspection Processes►Parking + Streetscape►Handicap►Payment►Education►Partners►Resources 96-99 EV1 / Cadillac ELR (2013)
  • 2011 FL/APA Primary Secondary Tertiary • Home • Workplace • Other public►Remember: No one will buy an EV iftheyth can’t charge at home. ’t h th
  • 2011 FL/APAActions to take►Level 1 & 2  Incidental/Accessory use►DC F t Charge Fast Ch  Commercial or Industrial zones or Conditional Use►EV Definitions in code►Battery swapping stations  P i i l use Principal
  • 2011 FL/APA Questions to ask yourself ►Comp Plan? ►Incentives? ►Require EV stations? Residential & R id ti l Commercial
  • 2011 FL/APAActions to take►Permitting process needs to be quick►Establish online permit►Guarantee 24-48 hour EV permit or an instant permit►Minor Label Program – Oregon►Conditional Permit & Inspect USDOE - National Model EV Permit Later
  • 2011 FL/APAActions to take►Educate car dealers so consumers have realistic expectations►Provide inspectors with the EV inspectors guidebook g►Make sure utility is involved as part of process
  • 2011 FL/APAActions to take►Streetscape design standards►Historic Districts►Shared parking►On and Off street parking design guidance & signage►Colored pavements – do not use blue
  • 2011 FL/APA Questions to ask yourself ►Require retractable cords? ►Our definition of charging? ►Neighborhoods with no off-street off street parking? ►Utility requirements- coordination? ►Ownership and payment models?
  • 2011 FL/APA►Parking = re-fueling opportunity g g pp y EV parking for active charging Enforce normal time limits during day g y Allow overnight for those without off- street EV charging g g Define charging: WA defines as “connected”
  • 2011 FL/APA“ICEd” ICEd
  • 2011 FL/APA►Pole mounted, wall mounted, pedestal style►Integrated “revenue grade” utility meter►Smart grid equipped►Retractable enclosed cable system (GE)►Level 1 - for electric scooters/bikes and NEVs►Data collection - software►Advance Reservations►Some vendors provide charging station management, endors pro ide management payment processing, maintenance, etc
  • 2011 FL/APA►Charging for g g electricity = UTILITY►How avoid? Can charge for time or connection or parking►Credit card swipes, phone number or membership card
  • 2011 FL/APA►No ADA requirements at this time►Placement should not violate ADA pathways for sidewalk width etc.► eco►Recommendation: 1 e dat o handicap EV space per 25 EV spaces►Cable must not run C across ADA pathway
  • 2011 FL/APA►Washington State Department of Commerce: Model ordinance, development regulations and guidance►Charging Station Handbook for Electrical Inspectors and Contractors: Advanced E Ad d Energy/City of R l i h /Cit f Raleigh►US DOE: Charging Station Permit Template: Alt Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center►VHB!  Kim Lundgren g  klundgren@vhb.com  617.924.1770
  • 2011 FL/APA►Utilities►Car Dealerships►DMV►Clean Cities►MPO►Hotels►Large Employers►Car Sharing (Zipcar/ Hertz On Demand)
  • 2011 FL/APA►Emergency responders  NFPA training program►Car Dealerships►Parking garage owners►Condo associations►Electrical inspectors►Utility mailings to homeowners►Municipal Websites►Community College training programs