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Using the EZMT to Equitably Plan for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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The U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Zones Mapping Tool (EZMT) is a free online mapping tool with a large mapping library of energy resource, energy infrastructure, and siting factor data; modeling to identify areas suitable for power plants or energy corridor paths; and other analytical tools. It was recently updated for electric vehicle (EV) charging station mapping and modeling, including an emphasis on equity. Join Argonne’s Jim Kuiper as he will highlight the new mapping data, and how to use the new models to help identify potential locations for EV charging stations. Equity data, such as percent low‑income, percent minority, household transportation energy burden, multi-family housing density, manufactured housing density, and many others can be included in the EV analysis or any of the other models in the system.

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