Policies & Regulations

Data on public policy and regulations related to transportation electrification, including incentives and electric utility filings. These data are integrated with other data sources to reveal connections to market development, demographics, and environmental factors.

Delaware PSC Approves Limited Public Charging Infrastructure and EV Rate

On June 4, 2019, the commission approved portions of Delmarva Power's PIV Program to invest in a range of programs targeting transportation electrification. This includes four utility-owned public chargers (two DCFC and two Level 2) that will be supplied by 100% renewable energy. In addition, the commission approved an EV time-of-use rate for EVSEs [...]

Delaware PSC Approves Limited Public Charging Infrastructure and EV Rate2019-06-14T12:35:49-04:00

D.C. PUC Partially Approves Potomac Electric’s Transportation Plan

The Public Service Commission (PSC) of DC in part approved with modification, and in part rejected the transportation electrification program proposed by Potomac Electric Power Company (Pecpo). Initially proposed in September 2018, the program included many components. The initial filing outlined plans to invest approximately $15 million in programs including ownership and installation of [...]

D.C. PUC Partially Approves Potomac Electric’s Transportation Plan2019-04-19T14:23:01-04:00

Duke Energy Proposes a $76 Million Electric Transportation Pilot in North Carolina

On March 29, 2019, Duke Energy filed a proposal to invest $76 million over the course of a three-year pilot program designed to add more than 2,300 public and private EV charging stations and rebates for up to 85 electric school buses. The program will be split between the subsidiaries Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) [...]

Duke Energy Proposes a $76 Million Electric Transportation Pilot in North Carolina2019-04-09T18:23:19-04:00

Hawaii PUC Approves TOU Rates for Electric Bus Charging

On March 21, 2019, the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved Hawaiian Electric Company's plans to offer time-of-use charging rates to encourage the adoption and integration of electric commercial buses on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii. The special rates will be available for up to 20 bus fleet customers and are designed [...]

Hawaii PUC Approves TOU Rates for Electric Bus Charging2019-03-28T17:38:18-04:00

Pennsylvania FirstEnergy Utilities Redesign Tariffs to Remove Barriers for Third-Party Charging Stations

Four FirstEnergy utilities in Pennsylvania filed supplements to existing tariffs in January 2019 that establish third-party owned charging station designations. Supplements were filed by Metropolitan Edison Company, Pennsylvania Electric Company, Pennsylvania Power Company, and West Penn Power Company. The Pennsylvania PUC approved all four filings in February 2019, removing barriers for third-party electric vehicle [...]

Pennsylvania FirstEnergy Utilities Redesign Tariffs to Remove Barriers for Third-Party Charging Stations2019-03-27T17:36:27-04:00

Portland General Electric Submits EV Charging Pilot Program & Con Ed’s BIR Tariff is Suspended

Filing status updates from February include Portland General Electric's filing of an electric vehicle (EV) charging pilot program and the suspension of Consolidated Edison's tariff. Portland General Electric submitted its proposed EV charging pilot program on February 15, 2019. A previous program had been withdrawn in 2017. PGE proposes to support the deployment of [...]

Portland General Electric Submits EV Charging Pilot Program & Con Ed’s BIR Tariff is Suspended2019-03-06T13:31:04-04:00

Utility Filings Alerts

We track electric utility filings related to transportation electrification very closely. We also send out news alerts to EEI members about significant updates to our a proceeding, which are summarized below. These alerts will go straight to your inbox — you can subscribe on your Account page.  Tell Us About a Utility Filing! [...]

Utility Filings Alerts2019-06-05T11:18:41-04:00

New York Public Service Commission Approves Multi-Electric Utilities DCFC Programs

The New York Public Service Commission has approved an up to $31.6 M DC fast charging incentive program for six investor-owned electric utilities in the state. The electric utilities will provide incentives for publicly accessible DCFC stations, with decreasing annual incentives offered every year for up to seven years. Approved maximum stations range between [...]

New York Public Service Commission Approves Multi-Electric Utilities DCFC Programs2019-03-04T18:04:37-04:00