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Pgr Meeting 1 27 12 Szaro Mccr Final

  1. 1. O U C E V P R O G R E S S U P D AT E Get Ready Central Florida Stakeholder Meeting January 27, 2012 Jennifer Szaro Manager, Renewables1 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  2. 2. 2019 13,000 EVs Dec 11 Chevy Volt Release Jul 12 2017 7,500 EVs Oct 10 Ford Focus Release Smart Car Release Nov 12 Sep 11 End of ChargePoint Grant Nissan LEAF Release 2015 4,000 EVs 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2010 - 2011 2012 - 2014 2015 - 2019 Near Term Planning Mid-Term Planning Long-Term Planning Initial EV Vehicle Introductions EV Releases by Every Major Manufacturer Widespread EV Adoption Transformer Mgmt. Approach Pilot Customer Offerings Generation Planning Customer Outreach Approach Meter Data Integration TOU or Real-Time Pricing Chargepoint Grant Automated Demand Response Pilots Full Scale Customer Demand Response Nissan Fleet Partnership Potential Transformer Upgrades Feeder/Substation Upgrades Project Get Ready Data Collection and Analysis2 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  3. 3.  Lots of hand-raisers, but order fulfillment is slow ◦ Ranked third nationally in customer interest by JD Power ◦ Expecting 300 vehicles this year ◦ Eight known Volt customers delivered (could be more) ◦ A few dozen LEAF owners ◦ A few conversion vehicles ◦ Trying to identify better tracking mechanisms3 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  4. 4. 16,000 5.00% 4.50% 14,000 New EV Sales Cumulative EV Sales 4.00% Market Share 12,000 3.50% Percentage Market Share 10,000 Number of Vehicles 3.00% 8,000 2.50% 2.00% 6,000 1.50% 4,000 1.00% 2,000 0.50% - 0.00% 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Calendar Year4 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  5. 5. Public •OUC/Chargepoint America Grant Program Infrastructure •3rd Party Vendor Offerings Workplace • Future incentives for workplace installations • Working with customers to determine need and bill Charging impacts •Customer education and outreach Residential •Transformer monitoring Charging •Preferred vendors •Future incentives or rates5 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  6. 6.  Create an interdepartmental planning team  Collect actionable information ◦ Business models ◦ Charging patterns ◦ Preferred charging level ◦ Geographic preferences  Determine an appropriate approach to distribution planning  Create an effective customer outreach and education strategy  Monitor regulatory trends and impacts for future planning6 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  7. 7.  Developing public infrastructure ◦ Grant partner with Coulomb Technologies for ChargePoint America Program ◦ Developed POS charging rate for public stations ◦ Charging Non-Demand Commercial Rate for usage ~ 0.14/KWH ◦ Customers and third-party vendors are installing EVSE in Orlando  Distribution planning ◦ GIS mapping and tracking based on vehicle sales. ◦ Transformer monitoring at the neighborhood level to ensure reliability  Industry and community partnerships ◦ Early launch partner for multiple vehicles ◦ Project Get Ready participation ◦ Developing customer website ◦ Established EVSE vendor network ◦ Working with car dealers and permitting offices to identify early adopters7 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  8. 8.  Installing 100 public stations ◦ Public charging sites ◦ Workplace charging ◦ 25 percent customer-owned and 75 percent OUC-owned  Two-pronged deployment ◦ OUC provides up to $2,500 for customer- owned units ◦ OUC holds site license with host customer for OUC-owned units  Working with four EVSE installers  47 OUC-owned units installed to date ◦ Already seeing usage on some units  Project delays related to commercial customer contract negotiations ◦ Liability concerns ◦ Few vehicles on the road8 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  9. 9. Charging Session Usage Statistics Site Name # of Sessions Total $ Collected City Hall 19 $ 13.72 Dominoes 2 $ 2.25 Harmony 2 $ 0.49 Infusion Tea 3 $ 1.65 Rosen Inn 4 $ 5.32 Shingle Creek 17 $ 15.57 Wingate 2 $ 0.49 Total 49 $ 39.49 As of January 23, 20129 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  10. 10.  One Toyota Prius Plug-In Conversion  Six Nissan Leafs  Two Chevy Volts  Four hybrid bucket trucks  One hydraulic hybrid battery pack unit  Fleet charging stations at all main OUC facilities10 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
  11. 11.  Partnership with Orange County, City of Orlando, industry stakeholders and regional utilities  Developing OUC website for customers that will complement Get Ready www.plugandgonow.com and Go Electric Drive www.ouc.com/ev websites www.goelectricdrive.com11 RELIABILITY • AFFORDABILITY • ENVIRONMENTAL STEW ARDSHIP
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