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Get Ready Central Florida:    A Local Planning Guide forElectric Vehicle Success (Perhaps?)          Jon Ippel, AICP, LEEP...
It All Begins With The Value Proposition         g                      p● Societal benefits from electric transportation ...
Electric Transportation:Opportunities and Challenges                                                  Component / System /...
Public – Private Partnerships:The Power of Pulling Together                                                   Component / ...
Metro Orlando s EV Progression      Orlando’s● Outreach with auto manufacturers● Stakeholder formation● Permit Streamlinin...
Auto Manufacturer Outreach uto a u actu e Out eac● 2009 began outreach to OEMs● Signed MOU with Nissan to  demonstrate dem...
Get Ready Central Florida● Rocky Mountain Institute            http://projectgetready.com/
GRCF: SubcommitteesMARKETING & EDUCATION: Develop relationships with Media,Submit Articles Press R lS b it A ti l & P     ...
GRCF: Permittingwww.plugandgonow.com    p g    g   www.PlugAndGoNow.com               PlugAndGoNow.com
GRCF: Permitting● Test installation prior to education● Education with code officials to identify needs/  concerns● Develo...
Infrastructure: Early Adopter Planning                             Slide: courtesy of OUC
Infrastructure: EVSE Business Model                                      Slide: courtesy of OUC
Slide: courtesy of OUC14
Infrastructure: Utility EV Roadmap                                     Slide: courtesy of OUC
Infrastructure: Near Term Focus                       1. Collect actionable information                       2. Determine...
Metro Orlando Classified As A “LEADER” In EV                 Readiness
Charge Point America Grant Summary● Will install around 200 public stations   ▪ Public charging sites   ▪ Key commercial c...
Charge Point America Kick-off
Public Charging in Orlando● Downtown Parking Garages● Community Centers● Libraries● Universities● Theme Parks & Hotels● Ma...
City Fleet Investments● 3 Nissan Leafs (on order)● 2 Chevy Volts (on order)● 2 hydraulic hybrid garbage  trucks (order pen...
Lastly: The EconomicsOperating-Toyota Corolla: 29 mi/gal = $0 121 per mile (gas) Toyota                      $0.121-Toyota...
9/9 FRI 2:45 | Planning for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure 3
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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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  1. 1. Get Ready Central Florida: A Local Planning Guide forElectric Vehicle Success (Perhaps?) Jon Ippel, AICP, LEEP AP Sustainability Project Manager September 9, 2011
  2. 2. It All Begins With The Value Proposition g p● Societal benefits from electric transportation ▪ Cost savings ▪ Environmental ▪ Energy independence ▪ Economic development and job creation
  3. 3. Electric Transportation:Opportunities and Challenges Component / System / p y Vehicle Manufacturers R&D Safety Consumer Marketing Price Incentives Incentives Battery Technology Regulation / Recycling Value Legislation Utility Policy y Infrastructure Customer Customer S C Support Education / Outreach EEI National Security Pledge Vehicle & Infrastructure Carbon/GHG Emissions incentives CAFÉ/Fuel Economy Energy Independence Fleet Incentives/Tax Credits Lower Energy Costs Planning Mandates Consumer Interface Public Good Environmental Benefits Integration/Interoperability Economic Health Jobs System Requirements Environmental Health Load Impacts Charging Convenient Rates / Billing Infrastructure Energy Smart Grid/Standards Smart Charging Support Services and Goods R&D Education and Outreach Safety Permitting/Codes/Standards Planning & Development Charging Infrastructure; Residential, Private, Public Suppliers Contractors slide: courtesy of Progress Energy
  4. 4. Public – Private Partnerships:The Power of Pulling Together Component / System / p y Vehicle Manufacturers R&D Safety Consumer Marketing Price Incentives Incentives Battery Technology Regulation / Recycling Value Legislation Utility Policy y Infrastructure Customer Customer S C Support Education / Outreach EEI Pledge National Security Vehicle & Infrastructure Carbon/GHG Emissions incentives CAFÉ/Fuel Economy Energy Independence Fleet Incentives/Tax Credits Lower Energy Costs Planning Mandates Consumer Interface Public Good Environmental Benefits Integration/Interoperability Economic Health Jobs System Requirements Environmental Health Load Impacts Charging Convenient Rates / Billing Infrastructure Energy Smart Grid/Standards Smart Charging Support Services and Goods R&D Education and Outreach Safety Permitting/Codes/Standards Planning & Development Charging Infrastructure; Residential, Private, Public Suppliers Contractors
  5. 5. Metro Orlando s EV Progression Orlando’s● Outreach with auto manufacturers● Stakeholder formation● Permit Streamlining● N ti National attention leads t national i l tt ti l d to ti l investment t t
  6. 6. Auto Manufacturer Outreach uto a u actu e Out eac● 2009 began outreach to OEMs● Signed MOU with Nissan to demonstrate demand in FL● Led to the creation of Get Ready Central Florida
  7. 7. Get Ready Central Florida● Rocky Mountain Institute http://projectgetready.com/
  8. 8. GRCF: SubcommitteesMARKETING & EDUCATION: Develop relationships with Media,Submit Articles Press R lS b it A ti l & P Releases, P t Vid Post Videos / A ti l O W b it Articles On Website,Generate Interest To Fleet Managers, Business & Rental CarCompanies About Electric TransportationINFRASTRUCTURE: Support Development of Charging Infrastructure,Refining local Codes, Hosting Workshops for Electricians, BuildingInspectors & Fleet Managers to expedite installation of ChargingStationsVEHICLES: Support the deployment of electric vehicles in CentralFlorida through education & outreach to Fleet Managers, Businesses, g g , ,Rental Car Fleets & the Public. Focus on vehicle standards, vehicle togrid communication protocols & product lifestyle disposal planning.
  9. 9. GRCF: Permittingwww.plugandgonow.com p g g www.PlugAndGoNow.com PlugAndGoNow.com
  10. 10. GRCF: Permitting● Test installation prior to education● Education with code officials to identify needs/ concerns● Development of checklist● Success: ▪ Residential: over-the-counter ▪ Commercial: 1-3 day review
  11. 11. Infrastructure: Early Adopter Planning Slide: courtesy of OUC
  12. 12. Infrastructure: EVSE Business Model Slide: courtesy of OUC
  13. 13. Slide: courtesy of OUC14
  14. 14. Infrastructure: Utility EV Roadmap Slide: courtesy of OUC
  15. 15. Infrastructure: Near Term Focus 1. Collect actionable information 2. Determine an appropriate approach t distribution h to di t ib ti planning and management 3. 3 Monitor regulatory trends and impacts for future planning
  16. 16. Metro Orlando Classified As A “LEADER” In EV Readiness
  17. 17. Charge Point America Grant Summary● Will install around 200 public stations ▪ Public charging sites ▪ Key commercial charging sites● Grant pays for equipment and OUC or site owner pays for installation and maintenance● OUC provides up to $1,300 for customer- owned units● Customer easement agreement for OUC- owned sites d it● Pre-selected installers● All units installed by 10/31/2011
  18. 18. Charge Point America Kick-off
  19. 19. Public Charging in Orlando● Downtown Parking Garages● Community Centers● Libraries● Universities● Theme Parks & Hotels● Malls, Retail Stores & Restaurants● Parking Ga ages a g Garages● Fleet Management
  20. 20. City Fleet Investments● 3 Nissan Leafs (on order)● 2 Chevy Volts (on order)● 2 hydraulic hybrid garbage trucks (order pending)● 5 Ford Escape hybrids● 270 flex fuel vehicles● 1 million gallon/year biodiesel plant (vendor selected)
  21. 21. Lastly: The EconomicsOperating-Toyota Corolla: 29 mi/gal = $0 121 per mile (gas) Toyota $0.121-Toyota Prius: 50 mi/gal = $0.070 per mile (gas)-Nissan Leaf: 4.2 mi/kwh = $0.024 per mile (grid)-Nissan Leaf: 4.2 mi/kwh = $0.043 per mile (solar)Capital p-Hybrid premium: $5,000 / 98,000 mi ROI-EV premium: $18,000 / 186,000 mi ROI-EV premium (2015): $8 400 / 86 000 mi ROI EV $8,400 86,000Assumptions-$3.50/gallon $3 50/gallon-No EV tax credit
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