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Workplace Charging, EV Adoption & Employee Engagement, Rendall Farley

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Randall Farley, Electric Transportation Manager at Avista, gave this presentation at Forth's Utility Working Group webinar on May 7, 2019.

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Workplace Charging, EV Adoption & Employee Engagement, Rendall Farley

  1. 1. Workplace Charging, EV Adoption & Employee Engagement Rendall Farley, P.E. Forth Utility Working Group Webinar May 7th, 2019
  2. 2. We improve our customers’ lives through innovative energy solutions. Safely. Responsibly. Affordably. Better Energy for Life!
  3. 3. Transformative Benefits • Economics – less than $1/gal equivalent • Environmental – 80% reduction in GHG emissions • Performance & Customer Satisfaction • Energy Security • Beneficial Utility Revenue & Grid Asset Utilization
  4. 4. Workplace Charging Works!
  5. 5. Workplace Charging at Mission Campus • ~ 40 commuters, 3 fleet vehicles • 18 chargers in back • 2 chargers in front (1 visitor only) • High utilization, employees moving vehicles • Average commute ~ 25 miles roundtrip • Longest commute 280 miles roundtrip • Average charging session 9 kWh • Largest charging session 46 kWh Next steps • Add two more chargers out back • Confirm garage charger install details for early 2020: 30 chargers, 100+ capacity
  6. 6. Workplace Charging at Mission Campus
  7. 7. Networked EVSE Advantages • Data & Load Management • Point of Use Payments Each x30 Capital $2,415 $72,450 Annual O&M $513 $15,390 Max Power 7.2 kW 216 kW Electric Bill $20/month $600/month User Payments Point-of-use - Transaction Fees $10/month - Net User Fuel Savings $30/month -
  8. 8. Non-networked EVSE Advantages • Lower costs • More reliable • More convenient • More user savings • More service capacity Each x30 Capital $395 $11,850 Annual O&M $11 $330 Max Power 3.3 kW 216 kW Electric Bill $25/month $750/month User Payments admin - Transaction Fees NA - Net User Fuel Savings $40/month -
  9. 9. Pillars of Employee Engagement 1. Education & informational resources 2. Workplace charging 3. Purchase incentives www.eei.org/issuesandpolicy/electrictra nsportation
  10. 10. EV Experience August 2016 - October 2017 76 # of participants 65 # of pre-surveys 47 # of post-surveys 0 # of participants that purchased an EV
  11. 11. Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Pilot 240 Home 175 Work/Fleets/MUDs Integrated Network User Web Portal Utility Web Portal 60 Public 7 DC Fast Chargers
  12. 12. . . . it happens
  13. 13. Transportation Electrification Plan • EV Infrastructure • Commercial Fleets • Education & Outreach • Community & Low-Income • Grid Integration / R&D • Internal Programs
  14. 14. Thank You! Photo: Huntington Park, Spokane, Wash. 16

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