Conducted in partnership between National Grid and transportation data and analytics leaders CALSTART, RMI, Stable Auto, and Geotab, this study considers an electric highway future in which light-duty vehicles (LDVs) and MHDVs all electrify to meet state policy goals. The researchers used observed charging station behavior and traffic data to model expected power demand growth between 2022 and 2045 across 71 sites in New York and Massachusetts, two northeastern states where National Grid is an electric distribution utility and transmission owner.


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Publisher: National Grid

Date: November 1, 2022

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