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City of Pasadena: Infrastructure

City of Pasadena: Infrastructure






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    • “Back in the old days…”
    • In the old days…  Manufacturer had different charger couplers. (GM and some Toyotas used inductive Paddle- type; Honda & Ford used Avcon; some Toyotas used a cannon plug – similar to J-1772
    • But Today…one common plug (SAE J-1772) LEVEL 1 (110V) LEVEL 2 (208/240V)
    • Just as cars come with spares,EVs & Plug-ins have Level 1’s
    • Home Charging
    • Public Charging
    • In the not too distant future… DC Fast Charging…
    • 80% Charge is 30 to 40 minutes
    • Where are the Public Chargers?Challenges: Pasadena has a $3+ million structural deficit. Wind storm left another $19 million is damages. BUT… There is a plan…
    • Grants Grant from METRO obtained several years ago, will fund public chargers. SoCal EV grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) will help fund chargers in Pasadena and throughout the region. Additional funding coming.
    • California PEV Collaborative The California PEV Collaborative received a $1 million Grant from DOE for Statewide Planning. Locally the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) received a $200,000 Infrastructure Planning Grant from the CEC.
    • California PEV Collaborative1. Streamline construction permitting and inspection processes.2. Implement training and education programs.3. Update building codes.4. Update zoning and parking rules.5. Create and implement a plan for effective marketing, outreach.
    • California PEV Collaborative6. Public charging station site selection (regional planning).7. Work with local employers to encourage workplace charging.8. Work with utilities to manage grid impacts.9. Addressing Multi-unit Dwelling (MUDs).
    • California PEV Collaborative10. Purchase PEVs for local government fleets.11. Create new incentives and expanded outreach efforts.12. Encourage Renewable Energy.13. Establish a formal Regional Coordination Council to follow- through on initiatives
    • And Just Last Week… Governor Brown Announces $120 Million Settlement with NRG Energy Inc. that will fund the construction of a statewide network of charging to Fund Electric Car Charging Stations Across California to Help Bring 1.5 Million Zero-Emission Vehicles Onto California’s Roads by 2016.