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Dr Jasna Tomic and Whitney Pitkanen of CALSTART presented at the web-based meeting on best practices for workplace charging. Included in the meeting is an overview of the EPRI Workplace charging ...

Dr Jasna Tomic and Whitney Pitkanen of CALSTART presented at the web-based meeting on best practices for workplace charging. Included in the meeting is an overview of the EPRI Workplace charging initiative.

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Employer ev initiative #7 presentation final_5-28-13 Employer ev initiative #7 presentation final_5-28-13 Presentation Transcript

  • Web Meeting #7 May 28, 2013 Jasna Tomic & Whitney Pitkanen
  • Webinar Logistics » Please remember: enter your Audio PIN (shown on your screen) so you can participate when we get to discussion We cannot “open” your line to talk unless you enter PIN » All attendees in “mute” mode until discussion; unmuted for questions » Use the Webinar controls to ask questions (raise hand) or type a question in dialog box.
  • Today’s Agenda  Snapshot of EEVI Participants  Workplace Charging Case Studies:  Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) – Mark Duvall, Director, Electric Transportation and Energy Storage  Evernote, Redwood City, CA (video)  Discussion: Existing and Emerging Policies What incentives exist for employers to install PEV charging infrastructure? Does your company offer any incentives to employees to adopt PEV’s?  Next Meeting in June  Adjourn
  • Snapshot of Today’s Participants AeroVironment Alameda Municipal Power BAAQMD Booz Allen Hamilton Coca-Cola Refreshments County of Los Angeles Delta Products DMA Fehr & Peers General Motors Google Greenlots Honda R&D Intuit NREL Oakley PEV Collaborative Rutgers University Toyota Motor Sales USA U.S. EPA, Region 9 US DOE
  • Employer EV Initiative (EEVI) Webinar May 28, 2013 Mark Duvall Director, Electric Transportation and Energy Storage Workplace Charging at EPRI
  • 6© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. EPRI Workplace Charging Policy and Strategy • Facilities are a mix of research and practical use – Our installations were relatively expensive due to this (we received no incentives) • Mix of company and personally- owned vehicles • Employee and official guest charging is free—due in part to legal requirements – Employees must charge at home if available – EPRI vehicles have priority
  • 7© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. EPRI – Palo Alto Campus 7 Level 2 EVSE + Level 1
  • 8© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. EPRI – Knoxville Campus 6 Level 2 EVSE, 12 kW Solar Canopy, 30 kW Energy Storage
  • 9© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Residential Workplace Public Planning and Implementing Infrastructure • Understand workable models • Public vs. private ownership • Plan for scale of PEV adoption • DC fast charging • Need (some) infrastructure everywhere • Voluntary pre-notification • Satisfying consumer-driven home installation process • Permits, electricians, inspections, meters, rates • Smart charging easy and available • Employer education and outreach • Best practices • Low cost installations
  • 10© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Dwell Times are Longest at Work, and Short at Commercial Locations Transportation Statistics for Electric Transportation. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: December 2011. Product ID #1021848. Supporting Charging at low-level 2 will likely occur at the workplace.
  • 11© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Cumulative U.S. PEV Sales Through April 30, 2013 - 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 CumulativePEVSales Nissan Chevrolet Tesla Toyota Ford Mitsubishi BMWi Fisker Honda Mercedes BEV Sales PHEV/EREV Sales Historic HEV Sales
  • 12© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Workplace Charging – EPRI ‘Red-Line Blue-Line’ Level 1 vs. Level 2: PHEV40 at the Workplace Charging at a 1.44 kW results in higher charger utilization for BEVs… Overall need is still low. Level 1 – 1.44 kW Level 2 – 6.6 kW
  • 13© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Workplace Charging – EPRI ‘Red-Line Blue-Line’ Level 1 vs. Level 2: BEV100 at the Workplace Charging at a 1.44 kW results in higher charger utilization for BEVs… Overall need is still low. Level 1 – 1.44 kW Level 2 – 6.6 kW
  • 14© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Workplace Charging Electricity Demand EPRI Palo Alto Campus at 100% Utilization • Workplace charging peaks in early morning, done by noon. • Company or fleet vehicles benefit from Level 2 • Employees need only very low power in most situations • Facility cost driven by getting power out to the site 0 5 10 15 20 25 Power(kW) Date/Time Total Station Power Consumption (May 19-25)
  • 15© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. EPRI Workplace Charging Policy and Strategy • Facilities are a mix of research and practical use – Our installations were relatively expensive due to this (we received no incentives) • Mix of company and personally- owned vehicles • Employee and official guest charging is free—due in part to legal requirements – Employees must charge at home if available – EPRI vehicles have priority Some of Our Guiding Principles • Level 1 works for almost everyone (or charger sharing) • Demand for charging spots is growing rapidly—plan for the future • Collecting money is generally not worth the effort • Focus on inexpensive, robust, and reliable equipment • Employee charging demand currently driven by desire—not need • The ‘honor’ system works for us
  • 16© 2013 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Closing Thoughts • We believe the workplace charging helps drive adoption: Can you reasonably expect a given installation of workplace charging to be close to fully utilized within a year? • What is the future of workplace charging—when does it change from employee and public benefit to a practical resource that must be managed? When do we transition from the EPRI ‘Blue Line’ to the ‘Red Line’?
  • Case Study #2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WalQRscLU6g  Each employee offered a monthly $250 allowance to lease or buy any vehicle that qualifies them to get a California carpool lane sticker. Faster commute = more work productivity  If they get the Nissan LEAF their allowance completely covers the cost of the lease. Evernote negotiated a special deal with Nissan.  10 Level 2 charging stations and one DC fast charger Evernote, Redwood City, CA
  • Discussion Existing and Emerging Policies • What incentives exist for employers to install PEV charging infrastructure? • Rule 2202 – SCAQMD (example) • Examples from state incentives to share? • Tax benefits / credits • Resale of electricity • HOV lane exemption • Vehicle rebates • Utility rebates • Find out what incentives are available where you live: • http://goelectricdrive.com/index.php/incentives • Does your company offer any incentives to employees to adopt PEV’s? Financial incentives? • Polices you aware of that support adoption of PEV for employees?
  • Next EEVI Web Meeting: Tuesday, June 25th at 11am (PST)
  • CALSTART Clean Transportation Technologies and Solutions