Utah Clean Cities and NASEO discuss CORWest DC Fast- Charger Assesement

The webinar will lay out electric vehicle fast-charging and rate design options to enable ubiquitous public charging infrastructure as states, electric service providers, and private sector companies prepare for the electrification of the transportation sector, electric billing rates for electric vehicle (EV) fast-charging has emerged as a barrier to rapidly deploying new infrastructure and providing cost-competitive charging to EV drivers.

Recent work by the CORWest Project Team has examined the effect of current electric billing rates through the report: Demand Charges and Electric Vehicle Fast-Charging: An Intermountain West Assessment. This webinar will present the results of that report, examining the rate structures of 41 electric service providers in the region. That will be followed by a discussion of case studies on how service providers can manage rates to enable the deployment of new fast-charging infrastructure and grow their customer base through vehicle electrification.

CORWest supports electrifying the intermountain west alternative fuel corridors

  • Remove barriers to investment to enable private station development.
  • Identify key infrastructure gaps and develop solutions to deploy charging stations in rural regions required to complete corridors.
  • Develop replicable educational tools to encourage EV consumer awareness.

CORWest facilitates regional connectivity with:

  • 8 State Partnership
  • Largest EV Corridor Collaborative
  • Designed to Scale & Replicate Nationally

Speakers:

  • Welcome from Utah Clean Cities and CORWest Project, Tammie Bostick
  • Keynote on Demand Assessment, Dylan Tucker
  • Rural Utilities, UAMPS, Mike Squires