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Why Should Utilities Invest in Transportation Electrification? Karl Popham

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Karl Popham, Electric Vehicles and Emerging Technologies Manager at Austin Energy, gave this presentation at Forth's Utility Working Group webinar on November 6, 2018.

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Why Should Utilities Invest in Transportation Electrification? Karl Popham

  1. 1. © 2018 Austin Energy Why Should Utilities Invest in Transportation Electrification? Karl Popham Manager, Electric Vehicles & Emerging Technology November 2018
  2. 2. 1st Place Utility of the Year Austin SHINES Leadership Team Grant AwardGrant Award Grant Award Utility of the Year Electric Vehicles & Emerging Tech Team
  3. 3. Austin Energy’s Strategic Goals
  4. 4. ERCOT EV Scenario Analysis 1,600,000 EVs by 2031 which will be 20% of the total passenger vehicles in Texas today? -Source ERCOT 2016 Long-Term System Assessment (LTSA) Scenario Assumptions Texas ERCOT Long-Term System Assessment
  5. 5. ERCOT EV Scenario Analysis What could 20% growth mean to Austin in Yr. 2031? • $128,000,000/year new e-fuel revenue • 320,000 EVs • 1,280,000 MWh of new load per year • 19,200 MWh of energy storage capacity *based on 12,000 miles @ 4,000kWh/yr x $.10/kWh 1,600,000 EVs by 2031 which will be 20% of the total passenger vehicles in Texas today? -Source ERCOT 2016 Long-Term System Assessment (LTSA) Scenario Assumptions Texas ERCOT Long-Term System Assessment
  6. 6. Fueling an Electric Vehicle – “Right-Sizing” LEVEL 1: $100 per plug/port and in many cases already available LEVEL 2: $1,800 per port (home) $4,500 per port (public) Dcfast: $150,000 per port DEPLOYMENT COST 1 kW 6 kW 50- 125 kW 150- 300 kW 8-12 hours 2-4 hours 5-20 minutes
  7. 7. DCFast Enables High Mileage Adoption High-mileage applications require adequate DCFast • Taxi fleets • “Gig economy” to include ride-share and delivery services • Intercity corridor travel • The future of autonomous mobility
  8. 8. A Typical DC Fast Charging Hub Example: 8 DCFast Stations is a new commercial customer that can generate high Demand (450+ kW) on small footprints (1,000sf).
  9. 9. City Fleet – 330 EV rollout plan over 3.5 years • City Fleet EV plan expected to save the city $3.5M Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) over 10 years • Over their 10 year lifetime, 330 EVs will avoid 12,000 metric tons of Carbon Dioxide
  10. 10. Austin Energy 2027 Goals 900 950 30 0 65% MW MW MW CO2 Offset 65% of customer load with renewable resources 900 MW of savings from energy efficiency and demand response 750 MW utility- scale solar + 200 MW local solar, including 100 MW customer- sited PV Net zero community- wide GHG emissions by 2050 10 MW storage and 20 MW thermal energy storage *All subject to meeting Affordability Goals: <2% rate increase per year; AE rates in lower half of Texas utilities
  11. 11. What does Net-zero in 2050 Mean? Austin’s Net-Zero Roadmap Source: Austin Office of Sustainability
  12. 12. Batteries getting bigger; 60-80kWh With increased range, one EV is moving to 10x the capacity of a single residential storage system. What could 320,000 EVs battery packs look like? 19,200 MWh or 1,600 MW
  13. 13. EVs as a Grid Asset Utility Scale Energy Storage + PV Commercial Energy Storage + PV Residential Energy Storage + PV Illustrative DER Management Platform
  14. 14. Residential Program • EV360 Time of Use (TOU) pilot underway – “$30/month home & away” • Tiered Level 2 rebate - $1,200/$900 based on WiFi enabled
  15. 15. Outreach
  16. 16. 100% Texas Wind $4.17/mo or $2.00/hr 700+ Ports
  17. 17. Grant Funding Provided By: “EVs are for EVeryone” Program
  18. 18. Public Transit
  19. 19. “Austin, should be to automated vehicles what Detroit was to the last century of automakers.” –Mayor Steve Adler
  20. 20. Thank You Karl Popham Manager, Electric Vehicles & Emerging Technologies Austin Energy www.pluginAustin.com & austinenergy.com/go/shines Karl.Popham@austinenergy.com www.linkedin.com/in/karlpopham/ Thank You!

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