EV Roadmap
Oregon Drivers – how far and where do they drive?



       Willamette Valley & Puget Sound Corridor
          ...
Agenda:
Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor


• Background data
  – How far?
  – Where?


• Assignments:
  1) Placeme...
Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor

• Purpose:
  – Start framing decision about placement and
    generate issues, q...
Definitions

• EVSE
  – Electric Vehicle Service Equipment
• Charging
  – Level I               - overnight
  – Level II  ...
Technology Transformation
                                                       Hybrid                              EV
  ...
How far do people drive?
                      Distribution of Commute Distances to Metropolitan Areas


                 ...
Where do people drive?


• Commutes within
• Commutes in (destinations)
• Commutes out (origins)




       Willamette Val...
Where do people drive?
 900,000

 800,000

 700,000

 600,000

 500,000

 400,000                                         ...
Where do people drive?
 900,000

 800,000

 700,000

 600,000

 500,000

 400,000                                         ...
Portland – Commutes In
(Destination)




         Corvallis 0.6%



           Eugene/Springfield
           0%

         ...
Portland – Commutes Out
(Origin)




                                                 Woodburn 2.2%




                  ...
Salem / Keizer – Commutes Out
(Origin)
                                             Vancouve
                             ...
Salem / Keizer – Commutes In
(Destination)
                                             Vancouve
                         ...
Corvallis / Albany – Commutes In
(Destination)
                                               Vancouve
                   ...
Corvallis / Albany – Commutes Out
(Origin)
                                             Vancouve
                         ...
Eugene / Springfield – Commutes Out
(Origin)
                                              Vancouve
                      ...
Eugene / Springfield – Commutes In
(Destination)
                                           Vancouve
                     ...
Acknowledgements

• Source data:
  Tabulation of Workers by Place of Residence and
  Place of Work from Year 2000 Census
 ...
Work Assignment for Break Out Group 10
 • General Framing… not perfect decisions!
 • Assignments:
    1) Placement Plan
  ...
Placement Plan


• Allocation / Assignment
  – 40 Level II Charging Stations
  – 50 Level III (Fast) Charging Stations


•...
Process (1 of 2)

• Should Oregon reach out to our neighbors
  in Washington and propose the joint
  design and deployment...
Process (2 of 2)


• Is this a good or bad idea?
• Should we think even bigger and
  bring our friends from Vancouver,
  B...
Policy
Select 3 tasks to discuss as a group:
•   TASK ONE
     –   What marketing initiatives are needed in 2010 to attrac...
Conclusions / Next Steps


• Summary

• Report out

• Follow-up Interest / Participation




        Willamette Valley / P...
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EV Roadmap_Oregon-Driving-Patterns_Planning Data_John Thornton Clean Future

  1. 1. EV Roadmap Oregon Drivers – how far and where do they drive? Willamette Valley & Puget Sound Corridor Breakout Group 10 Portland, Oregon USA November 9, 2009 John Thornton john@CleanFuture.us Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  2. 2. Agenda: Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor • Background data – How far? – Where? • Assignments: 1) Placement Plan 2) Process 3) Policy Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  3. 3. Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor • Purpose: – Start framing decision about placement and generate issues, questions and opportunities that need to be addressed going forward: • Connections – Oregon (Willamette Valley) – Oregon + Vancouver, WA – Oregon + Washington » Willamette Valley to Puget Sound – Oregon + Washington + Vancouver B.C. • Level III charging assignments Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  4. 4. Definitions • EVSE – Electric Vehicle Service Equipment • Charging – Level I - overnight – Level II - 4 to 8 hours – Level III - 15 - 30 minutes • Transportation Electrification – Electric Vehicle Technology Types • Many acronyms, all with similar meanings…… – “alphabet soup” Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  5. 5. Technology Transformation Hybrid EV (HEV) PHEV Tiny Explosions NEV inside xEV PEV engine GEV FCEV etc., etc. Internal Combustion Electric Engine (ICE) Dirty Clean “Old” technology Transformation “New” technology Inefficient Efficient Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  6. 6. How far do people drive? Distribution of Commute Distances to Metropolitan Areas Bend Eugene 0.06 Corvallis Portland Medford Salem Probability Density 0.04 0.02 0.00 0 20 40 60 80 Miles Miles Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  7. 7. Where do people drive? • Commutes within • Commutes in (destinations) • Commutes out (origins) Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  8. 8. Where do people drive? 900,000 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 Outflow 300,000 Inflow Within 200,000 100,000 - Eugene… Corvallis… Monmouth… Salem… Albany Silverton Vancouver Dallas McMinnville Veneta Sandy Metro Canby RVMPO BMPO Scappose Lebanon Redmond Stayton GrantsPass Newberg Woodburn CottageGrove Workers by place of residence / place of work (2000 Census) Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  9. 9. Where do people drive? 900,000 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 Outflow 300,000 Inflow Within 200,000 100,000 - Eugene… Corvallis… Monmouth… Salem… Albany Silverton Vancouver Dallas McMinnville Veneta Sandy Metro Canby RVMPO BMPO Scappose Lebanon Redmond Stayton GrantsPass Newberg Woodburn CottageGrove Workers by place of residence / place of work (2000 Census) Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  10. 10. Portland – Commutes In (Destination) Corvallis 0.6% Eugene/Springfield 0% Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  11. 11. Portland – Commutes Out (Origin) Woodburn 2.2% Corvallis .3% Eugene/Springfield 0% Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  12. 12. Salem / Keizer – Commutes Out (Origin) Vancouve r Portland Metro Woodburn 12% Salem / Keizer Other Dallas 5% Silverton 6% Albany 4% Corvallis 3% Eugene / 2.6 Springfield % Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  13. 13. Salem / Keizer – Commutes In (Destination) Vancouve r Portland Metro 12% Woodburn 3.8% Salem / Other 47% Keizer Dallas 8% Silverton 4.8% Monmouth Stayton 4.2% 8% Albany 4.7% Corvallis Lebanon 0.9% 2% Eugene / 1.7 Springfield % Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  14. 14. Corvallis / Albany – Commutes In (Destination) Vancouve r Portland Metro 0.6% Woodburn Salem / Keizer 4% Dallas 1% Monmouth Other 8% 45% Albany 36.5% Corvallis Lebanon 6.3% Eugene / 2.5 Springfield % Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  15. 15. Corvallis / Albany – Commutes Out (Origin) Vancouve r Portland Metro 8% Woodburn Salem / Keizer 0.3% 15% Dallas 1% Albany Corvallis Other Eugene / 8% Springfield Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  16. 16. Eugene / Springfield – Commutes Out (Origin) Vancouve r Portland Metro Woodburn Salem / Keizer 5% Albany 2.4% Corvallis 4.8% Eugene / Other Springfield Cottage Grove 8% Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  17. 17. Eugene / Springfield – Commutes In (Destination) Vancouve r Portland Metro Woodburn Salem / Keizer 1.2% Albany 1.3% Corvallis 1.1% Eugene / Other 76.8% Springfield Veneta 7.6% Cottage Grove 11.5% Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  18. 18. Acknowledgements • Source data: Tabulation of Workers by Place of Residence and Place of Work from Year 2000 Census – Courtesy of Brian Gregor, ODOT • Mapping – Cody Meyer, PSU • Analysis – Cody Meyer, PSU – John Thornton, CleanFuture • Follow-up questions – john@CleanFuture.us Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  19. 19. Work Assignment for Break Out Group 10 • General Framing… not perfect decisions! • Assignments: 1) Placement Plan Hypothetical placement plan to assign: 40 Level 2 chargers 50 Level 3 chargers (fast chargers) 2) Process a) Regional coordination in Willamette Valley b) Cooperation / collaboration with Puget Sound area / Washington state. 3) Policy Group discussion / recommendation Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  20. 20. Placement Plan • Allocation / Assignment – 40 Level II Charging Stations – 50 Level III (Fast) Charging Stations • Exercise – Where and how should these be placed to connect each region? – Portland Metropolitan area – Salem / Keizer – Corvallis / Albany – Eugene / Springfield Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  21. 21. Process (1 of 2) • Should Oregon reach out to our neighbors in Washington and propose the joint design and deployment of a network of Level-2 and Level-3 charging stations that will extend and integrate the corridor from Eugene all the way to Seattle, linking the urban regions along the way, including Vancouver, Centralia, Olympia, Tacoma, and Seattle? Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  22. 22. Process (2 of 2) • Is this a good or bad idea? • Should we think even bigger and bring our friends from Vancouver, B.C. into the plan? How soon? • What recommendation would you make to the rest of the E.V. Road Map participants? Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  23. 23. Policy Select 3 tasks to discuss as a group: • TASK ONE – What marketing initiatives are needed in 2010 to attract infrastructure “hosts” and customers? • TASK TWO – What will the E.V. service station of the future look like? • TASK THREE – What should be our region’s pricing policy for publicly-accessible charging infrastructure within and across metropolitan regions in Oregon (and across electric utility service areas)? • TASK FOUR – What is the business model and usage policy for charging infrastructure. How much should users be charged? – How will revenue be split between a city, utility, and a service provider? • TASK FIVE – What should be our region’s plan and policy for deploying charging infrastructure at places of employment? – Who is responsible for this activity? • TASK SIX – What criteria should be used for siting charging infrastructure? • What are the goals / metrics? Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10
  24. 24. Conclusions / Next Steps • Summary • Report out • Follow-up Interest / Participation Willamette Valley / Puget Sound Corridor – Breakout Group 10

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