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Anna Vanderspek MAS2019

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Presentation for the Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference on March 29, 2019 in Cambridge, MA

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Anna Vanderspek MAS2019

  1. 1. 1 Formerly known as People’s Power & Light/Mass Energy Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure 2019 Massachusetts Sustainable Communities & Campuses Conference March 29, 2019
  2. 2. Our Mission: 2 Harness the power of energy consumers to speed the transition to a low-carbon future Today’s Speaker: Anna Vanderspek, Energy Programs Manager anna@greenenergyconsumers.org (617) 524-3950 ext. 152
  3. 3. 3 Why electric vehicles?
  4. 4. PLUG-IN HYBRID 181 BATTERY ELECTRIC 102 BATTERY ELECTRIC running on Green Powered 100% NO EMISSIONS GAS 381 Source: Union of Concerned Scientists EV Emissions Tool Grams of C02 emissions per mile in New England
  5. 5. 5 Public Health • No (or less) tailpipe emissions • Cleaner even if you take electricity generation into account • Climate change itself is a public health threat • ALA estimate of $37 billion of health and climate costs in 10 states studies in 2015 (=$1.55/gallon)
  6. 6. 6 Lower Fuel Costs Our math: ● Average driver will save ~3.4 cents/mile ● Equivalent to $402/year ● (Methodology on our website) ● Compares well to Union of Concerned Scientists’ estimate of $770/year Dept. of Energy’s eGallon, 3.28.19
  7. 7. 7 Maintenance Savings ● Battery, motor, and electronics require little maintenance ● Fewer fluids ● Regenerative braking protects brakes ● Far fewer moving parts “No more stops at the gas station, oil changes, rusted out mufflers and radiators, etc. Why would anyone choose to drive anything else?” ~Gerard, smart fortwo
  8. 8. 8 Range Anxiety: A Thing of the Past! 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Range(Miles) Electric Gas
  9. 9. 9 Purchase & Lease Incentives 1. Federal tax credit • Up to $7,500 • Depends on battery size of vehicle and tax liability • 200,000 limit: Tesla and GM credit declining 2. State MOR-EV rebate • $1,500 for all-electric vehicles only • Sale price under $50,000 • Until June 30, 2019 3. Drive Green discounts • Vary by car, dealer, and month • In addition to federal tax credit and state rebate • See greenenergyconsumers.org/drivegreen
  10. 10. 10 So, for example: Chevrolet Bolt MSRP $37,495 Largest Drive Green dealer discount* - $9,500 Federal tax credit* - $7,500 State MOR-EV rebate - $1,500 Final cost after incentives $18,995 * Change April 1, 2019
  11. 11. 11 Charging Basics
  12. 12. 12 Charging isn’t hard Three basic levels Level I: 110 volts, 2 - 6 miles of range per hour Level II: 240 volts, 10 - 25 miles of range per hour DC Fast Charging, 90 miles in 30 minutes on Chevy Bolt Plug types Level I and Level II: J1772 DC Fast Charging: SAE Combo vs. CHAdeMO (Tesla)
  13. 13. 13 You can charge on the go There are currently 595 public Level II and DCFC stations with 1,724 charging outlets in Massachusetts. Important details: - Network - Payment - Parking restrictions
  14. 14. 14 Opportunities to Build Out Infrastructure
  15. 15. 15 “Make Ready” Model
  16. 16. 16 Eversource $45 million over 5 years 3,500 Level II and DCFC ports at ~450 sites To participate: Visit this link, or Email evmakeready@eversource.com National Grid $25 million over 3 years 1,200 Level II and DCFC ports at ~140 sites To participate: Visit this link, or Email EVNationalGrid@nationalgrid.com Reminder: Currently 595 public Level II and DCFC stations with 1,724 charging outlets!!!
  17. 17. 17 Volkswagen “Dieselgate” Electrify America installing Level II and DCFC stations in Metro Boston area Three DCFC sites currently live: Chicopee, Braintree, Plymouth Several coming soon: Auburn, Burlington Even more after that! Massachusetts: Awarded $75 million total, Phase 1 = $23.5 million $11 million → electric buses in Pioneer Valley and Martha’s Vineyard $5 million → electric vehicle charging infrastructure (workplaces, multi-unit dwellings, public sites) $7.5 million → MassDEP open solicitation (deadline passed) Stay tuned for Phase 2!
  18. 18. 18 Charging Funding Opportunities MassEVIP Workplace Charging Program MassEVIP Multi-Unit Dwelling Charging Program Open enrollment. To provide 60% of cost of hardware of Level I or Level II charging station to eligible employees with 15 or more employees in non-residential place of business. Open enrollment. To provide 60% of cost of hardware of Level I or Level II charging station to eligible property owners with 10 or more residential units at the location
  19. 19. 19 Beyond Charging Infrastructure
  20. 20. 20 Mass EVIP Fleets Incentive Open enrollment grant that will provide public entities $750 to $7,500 per electric vehicle, depending on the type of vehicle, and up to $7,500 for associated charging infrastructure.
  21. 21. 21 Heavy Duty
  22. 22. 22 Buses! ● MBTA: 2.8 million gallons of diesel, 28,000 tons CO2 ● BPS: 1.4 million gallons diesel, 14,000 tons CO2 Cambridge, MA Photo credit: Gina Coplon-Newfield Martha’s Vineyard Photo credit: Vineyard Transit
  23. 23. 23 Join us! If you don’t yet have an EV, sign up to test drive today: www.greenenergyconsumers.org/drivegreen If you do have an EV, sign up to be an EV ambassador: info.greenenergyconsumers.org/evambassador
  24. 24. 24 Questions? Anna Vanderspek Energy Programs Manager anna@greenenergyconsumers.org (617) 524-3950 ext. 152

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