This impact report outlines the progress that the electric utility AEP Ohio has made on their transportation electrification programs and how this interfaces with the overall goals of Smart Columbus. In addition to expanding the charging network throughout the region, AEP Ohio is committed to grid decarbonization to further enhance the emissions saving potential of the Smart Columbus programs.
This case study summarizes the EV charging rebate program for multi-unit dwellings through Smart Columbus in Columbus, Ohio.
Smart Columbus Develops Innovative Procurement Contract, Overcomes Barriers to Fleet Electrification
This case study summarizes the fleet electrification procurement process through Smart Columbus in Columbus, Ohio.
This case study includes the process for identifying public EV charging locations through Smart Columbus in Columbus, Ohio.
The City of Cincinnati adopted the 2018 Green Cincinnati Plan that includes 80 strategies to reduce Cincinnati's carbon emissions 80% by 2050. The recommendations aim to advance the sustainability, equity, and resilience of our city. This is an updated version of the 2013 Green Cincinnati Plan. Preview the report here: [...]
This paper uses real-world data from Columbus, Ohio to build a heuristic algorithm that emulates how EVs would operate in a hypothetical transportation network company. The charging requirements for D...
This report summarizes the results of a study using NREL's Electric Vehicle Infastructure Projection (EVI-Pro) model for the city of Columbus, Ohio.