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Charging Perks Pilot Development by Eric Maurer

  1. 1. Charging Perks pilot development 11/2019
  2. 2. • About Xcel Energy • EV programs at Xcel Energy • Pilot deep dive: Charging Perks Summary 2
  3. 3. About Xcel Energy Northern States Power Company Minnesota Public Service Company of Colorado Southwestern Public Service Company Northern States Power Company Wisconsin 4.2 M total customers Vertically integrated Gas and electric
  4. 4. Smart charging is one of the key components of our larger EV strategy 4 Focus on Key Market Segments: Addressing Key Barriers to Adoption: Lack of Awareness and Information High upfront costs Modest incentives to charge off peak Home Charging Fleet Charging Fast Charging Advice Infrastructure Optimization Share of customers aware of EV benefits Share of $7B+ “beyond-the- meter” market Share of customers on charging program or rate Measuring our Success: 95% of energy 78% of investment 100% of customers Critical market failure Needed for adoption Public presence Support the Market by:
  5. 5. Objectives of the Charging Perks pilot 5 Test the technology Understand customer interest and participation Gather data, validate assumptions
  6. 6. Pilot design 6 • Control through vehicle manufacturer • In contracting discussions with BMW, Ford, GM, Honda • 1st integrated OEM pilot from EPRI’s OVGIP project • Infrastructure-less, includes L1 and L2 home customers • Targets TOU and non-TOU customers • $100 upfront + $50- 100 per year • Up to 600 CO customers
  7. 7. Potential value in working through automakers 7 Customer ID and acquisition Charging data No customer cost Scalability: 1 integration point Automaker Benefits
  8. 8. Key integration points we will test Demand Management Enrollment Charge Data Contracting
  9. 9. Demand management approach 9 EPRI Portal OVGIP Cloud Vehicle Open ADR Proprietary OEM Cloud Proprietary Xcel Energy proxy price Schedule setting
  10. 10. Demand management applications to test in pilot 10 Rates Smart Charging Application Description Estimate Capacity Shift charging outside system peak 0.5-0.9 kW Energy cost Shift charging into cheapest hours $13-24/y Renewables Shift charging into hours of curtailment TBD Daily Load Shift
  11. 11. Development timeline 11 Rates Smart Charging Targeting Q1/Q2 Launch Contracting Enrollment IT API integrations Rebate fulfillment DM signal Marketing materials, strategy M&V Customer service training Risk assessments Testing, QC

Editor's Notes


    $8M in savings is associated with less need for peak capacity in 2030 assuming the MN IRP’s “most likely” adoption scenario. It does not include other potential value streams that are discussed later in the document.
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