The E-DRIVE model is a user-friendly analytical tool to support the planning of electric vehicle fast charging infrastructure throughout the United States.
There’s No Place Like Home: Residential Parking, Electrical Access, and Implications for the Future of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
Report focusing on residential charging options and infrastructure.
This paper examines ways that public and private stakeholders can work together to better understand and tackle the oft-overlooked costs and benefits of public fast charging infrastructure that is accessible to all. While electricity remains the largest cost driver, the full stack of costs also includes equipment at the early stage of a technology adoption curve, construction and installation costs, ongoing networking and maintenance costs, among other factors.
In this study for the Colorado Energy Office, RMI performed a comparative analysis of three proposed tariffs that are specifically designed to meet the needs of the unique type of load presented by DC fast chargers (DCFCs) for electric vehicles.
This report goes into detail on strategies to increase the deployment of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations to help facilitate growth in the electric vehicle market. ...