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Forth | PNW
Utility Roundtable
Clark Public Utilities
TE Plan & EV Programs
Matt Babbitts, June 3rd 2021
TE Plan
 Clark’s Board adopted our TE Plan on March
2nd of this year
 WA RCW 54.16.430 regulates TE Plans and
sets fundi...
Residential EV Programs
3
 Level II Charger: Connected & Energy Star Certified
– $500 Rebate
– Customer agrees to be cont...
Limited Income EV Program
4
 Used EV Rebate Program | Income Qualified
– $2,000 rebate offered to households at or below
...
Commercial EV Program
5
 Level II Charger: Connected & Energy Star
Certified
– $500 Rebate per level II charger
– No limi...
EV-GO | Grant Program
6
 EV-GO program is available to state and local government
agencies in Clark County
– Grant covers...
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Mat Babbitts, Energy Services Project Manager at Clark PUD gave this presentation at the PNW Utility Roundtable on June 3, 2021.

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Clark PUD Transportation Electrification Plan by Matt Babbitts

  1. 1. Forth | PNW Utility Roundtable Clark Public Utilities TE Plan & EV Programs Matt Babbitts, June 3rd 2021
  2. 2. TE Plan  Clark’s Board adopted our TE Plan on March 2nd of this year  WA RCW 54.16.430 regulates TE Plans and sets funding limits (1/4 of 1% of revenue)  2021 Budget of $800,000  TE Plan Objectives: 1. Promote EV adoption, but maintain reliable, safe and affordable electricity service 2. Collect charging data for grid planning 3. Create equitable and accessible programs 4. Reduce GHG emissions locally 2
  3. 3. Residential EV Programs 3  Level II Charger: Connected & Energy Star Certified – $500 Rebate – Customer agrees to be contacted about future DR / Load Management programs – We offer a Qualified Product List (QPL) – Can capture a small amount of conservation savings via the BPA Level II EV charger measure  Level II Charger: Non-Connected or Non Energy Star – $100 Rebate – Any 240V level II charger qualifies
  4. 4. Limited Income EV Program 4  Used EV Rebate Program | Income Qualified – $2,000 rebate offered to households at or below 200% FPL – $1,000 rebate offered to households at or below 300% FPL – Customers self-certify income levels – Used EV must cost $20,000 or less and be registered in Clark County, WA – Used EV must be 100% electric (PHEV’s do not qualify) 2011 (Gen 1) Leaf
  5. 5. Commercial EV Program 5  Level II Charger: Connected & Energy Star Certified – $500 Rebate per level II charger – No limit to the volume of chargers per business/site – “Networked” chargers that are publically accessible qualify – “Non-networked” chargers intended for staff use also qualify – Government agency fleet chargers qualify
  6. 6. EV-GO | Grant Program 6  EV-GO program is available to state and local government agencies in Clark County – Grant covers up to 50% of project costs – Equipment Costs – Electric Service Upgrades – Construction Costs – Aims to increase publically available charging infrastructure or promote innovative TE projects  2021 EV-GO Projects: – C-Tran electric bus project – Waste Connections electric garbage truck project – City of Ridgefield’s public charger project Thank you!

Mat Babbitts, Energy Services Project Manager at Clark PUD gave this presentation at the PNW Utility Roundtable on June 3, 2021.

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