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Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities
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Clean Cities Electric Vehicle Support Activities

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Presented by Erin Russell-Story, U.S. Department of Energy, on August 24, 2011, at the "Charge Up Wisconsin!" plug-in electric vehicle implementation meeting hosted by Wisconsin Clean Cities.

Presented by Erin Russell-Story, U.S. Department of Energy, on August 24, 2011, at the "Charge Up Wisconsin!" plug-in electric vehicle implementation meeting hosted by Wisconsin Clean Cities.

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  • 1. Erin Russell-StoryClean Cities Program Clean Cities Regional Project Manager, Mid-Atlantic/Great Lakes RegionElectric Vehicle Support Activities US Department of Energy National Energy Technology LaboratoryVehicle Technologies Program eere.energy.gov
  • 2. Presentation Overview • EV Market Drivers • US DOE & Clean Cities Activities • Clean Cities Tools and ResourcesClean Cities / 2
  • 3. Electric & Plug-in Vehicle Market DriversClean Cities / 3
  • 4. Goal: 1 Million Electric Vehicles by 2015 “With more research and incentives, we can break our dependence on oil with biofuels, and become the first country to have a million electric vehicles on the road by 2015” - President Barack Obama, 2011 State of the UnionClean Cities / 4
  • 5. PEV Market Drivers 1. CAFE/GHG Regulation - The new standard = estimated combined average mile per gallon (mpg) level of 34.1 mpg by 2016 – about a 45% increase in only 5 years 2. Zero Emission Vehicle Mandates (ZEV) - ZEV manufacturers earn maximum credits for each vehicle sold, which can be traded to other manufacturers - Effects vehicles sold in CA and “CA states” 3. Infrastructure (EVSE) Development - ARRA’s Transportation Electrification program funding will deploy about 20,000 electric charging locations across the U.S.Clean Cities / 5
  • 6. Driver 4: Reduce Reliance on Petroleum Transportation is dependant on foreign oil, electricity is diverseClean Cities / 6
  • 7. Driver 5: PEV Deployment Programs • A number of programs, both regional and national, are being implemented by organizations to promote the commercialization of EVs • These organizations work with the private and public fleets, potential retail customers and the manufacturers to promote the deployment of Electric VehiclesClean Cities / 7
  • 8. Fleet Customer Profile Who are fleet customers? What are their characteristics?  Charging mainly at work Utilities  Drive 30 - 60 miles per day  Average 12,000 miles / year Corporate  Value the lifetime operations costs savings Governments  Use car mainly for inner city business travel/commuting, Universities deliveries, service calls and car sharing fleets  “Return to base” usage pattern Commercial reduces infrastructure requirements in early stagesClean Cities / 8
  • 9. Consumer Costumer Profile Who are consumer customers? What are their characteristics?  Charging mainly at home Commuters  Drive less than 40 miles per day  Average 12,000 miles / year  Value the lifetime operations Soccer Moms & cost savings and environmental Dads benefits  Use car mainly for inner city Students travel/commuting, shuttling, shopping and school Shoppers  “Return to home” usage pattern reduces extended infrastructure requirements in early stagesClean Cities / 9
  • 10. US DOE & Clean Cities ActivitiesClean Cities / 10
  • 11. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) • Through the Recovery Act, USDOE is investing $12 billion in advanced vehicle technologies. • This includes more than $5 billion to electrify America’s transportation sector, matched at least dollar per dollar by private companies. • $2.4 billion to establish 30 EV battery and component manufacturing plants and EV demonstration projects. • $2.6 billion in loans to Nissan, Tesla and Fisker to establish EV manufacturing facilities in TN, CA and DE. Clean Cities / 11
  • 12. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Transportation Electrification Program • 8 demonstration projects will put 13,000 electric vehicles on the road – Includes more than 4,700 Chevy Volts in more than a dozen cities. • Grantees will deploy 20,000 additional electric charging locations, up from 500 today. Clean Cities Pilot Program – 600+ PHEVs, NEVs and Evs – Hundreds of chargers Clean Cities / 12
  • 13. Clean Cities ARRA PEV/EVSE Projects HD TOTAL Public EV Private EV TOTAL LD EV HD EV NEV PHEV PEVs Stations Stations STATIONS 39 613 248 305 1205 407 167 574+Clean Cities / 13
  • 14. Clean Cities ARRA PEV/EVSE Projects Private Public HD LD TOTAL EV TOTAL Coalition State NEV EV PHEV EV PEVs Stations STATIONS Stations North Carolina/South Carolina NC- - - 26 26 104 - 104 Clean Cities (4 Coalitions) SC Connecticut Clean Cities CT - - - - 11 - 11 (4 Coalitions) New York State NY 7 14 - 21 93 - 93 (5 Coalitions Chicago Area Clean Cities IL 4 3 - - 7 124 131 Clean Fuels Ohio OH 7 - - 7 50 5 55Clean Cities / 14
  • 15. Clean Cities ARRA PEV/EVSE Projects Public Private HD LD HD TOTAL TOTAL Coalition State NEV EV EV PHEV EV EV PEVs STATIONS Stations Stations Dallas-Fort Worth Clean TX - - 9 25 34 - 4 4 Cities Kansas City Regional MO 25 1 1 - 27 12 - 12 Clean Cities Coalition Puget Sound Clean Cities WA - 594 203 - 797 130 - 130 Wisconsin Clean Cities WI - - - 254 254 - 11 11 Ann Arbor Clean Cities MI 3 - - - 3 - 23 23Clean Cities / 15
  • 16. DOE / Clean Cities Five-Year Strategic Plan Electric Drive – Strategic Direction Expedite the planning for and development of infrastructure and the targeted growth of the marketplace for electric drive vehicles. Clean Cities / 16
  • 17. DOE / Clean Cities Five-Year Strategic Plan Electric Drive – 3-5 Year Priorities A. Advance electric drive technology and market development by building strong coalitions of key stakeholders and partners – including Clean Cities coordinators, electric utilities, OEMs, technology developers, and governments to build “electric-drive ready” communities. B. Support planning for electric drive infrastructure development in regions that are OEM “target markets” for deploying electric drive vehicles. C. Provide coordinators, coalitions, and stakeholders with “best available information” about electric drive vehicles, technology, economics, markets, and infrastructure. D. For coordinators and stakeholders, provide access to training about electric drive and plug-in electric vehicles, technology, and infrastructure on an ongoing basis.Clean Cities / 17
  • 18. Community Readiness for Plug-in VehiclesWorkshop July 22, 2010 at DOE Purpose: Advance community-level preparation for plug-in vehicles Attendance: 150 people in attendance and 700 on-line attendees (local governments, utilities, Clean Cities coalitions, auto dealers and others). Key Findings: • Partnerships must include government, utilities, private business, non-profit organizations, retail, airports and others • Communities should have forum to share successes and lessons • Consistent permitting, installation and inspection protocols needed • Standardized training regimen needed for installers; emergency responders need to be ready • Current financial incentives are available but limited • Multi-unit dwellings may require strategies, regulatory revisions • Neighborhood impacts for charging are a concernClean Cities / 18
  • 19. DOE Near-Term Action Plan forPromoting Electric Drive Vehicles Actions • Host quarterly webinars for Clean Cities coalitions, community leaders and other stakeholders on crucial topics involving electric drive vehicles. • Include the newest electric drive vehicle models in NREL’s Alternative Fuel and Advanced Technology Vehicles guide. • Update the GREET Fleet tool to include the per-mile electricity use and electricity generation mix for electric drive vehicles. • Construct a database of national, regional, state and local initiatives and incentives for electric drive deployment. • Update the Alternative Fuel Station Locator as new public charging stations become available. eere.energy.gov
  • 20. DOE Near-Term Action Plan forPromoting Electric Drive Vehicles Actions • Explore ways to get OEM demo vehicles into communities for road shows and public events. • Develop a peer exchange among cities via webinars on lessons learned and key issues, including: – Placing infrastructure strategically – Implementing niche market fleet applications for electric drive – Working with electrical contractors and their unions – Working with first responders, code officials, etc. – Capture data and lessons learned to develop case studies from major electrification projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). eere.energy.gov
  • 21. Clean Cities Tools & ResourcesClean Cities / 21
  • 22. Clean Cities Web ResourcesClean CitiesAFDCFuelEconomy.govClean Cities / 22
  • 23. Websites and Contact Information DOE EERE Information Center and Technical Response Service Website: http://www.eere.energy.gov/afdc/informationcenter.html Phone: 1-800-EERE-INF (1-877-337-3463) E-mail: technicalresponse@icfi.com Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. EST Erin Russell-Story Clean Cities Regional Project Manager Clean Cities Website U.S. Department of Energy www.eere.energy.gov/ccities/ National Energy Technology Laboratory Clean Cities Coordinators Pittsburgh, PA www.eere.energy.gov/cleancities/progs/coordinators.php Office: (412) 386-7334 Erin.Russell-Story@netl.doe.gov Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center www.eere.energy.gov/afdc American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Website http://www.energy.gov/recovery/cleancities.htmVehicle Technologies Program 23 eere.energy.gov

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