Air Quality, Climate Change, and COVID-19

This paper describes the economic, health, and social justice challenges from both COVID-19 and the 2020 wildfire season and highlights the role of transportation electrification in being one of many critical responses to the challenges.

By |2021-03-25T09:18:00-04:00March 25th, 2021|

Electric Utility Filing Bi-Annual Update

Since 2012, utility commissions across the country have approved more than $2.6 billion in transportation electrification investments [1]. $1.2 billion, almost half of the all-time total, was approved in 2020 alone. This report elaborates on the trends in transportation electrification programs from investor-owned utilities (IOU) in 2020 and was supported by the Natural Resources Defense Council. 

By |2021-03-10T14:15:44-05:00February 23rd, 2021|

Transportation Electrification in North Carolina

This brief provides an overview of the state of the EV market and deployment in North Carolina while also highlighting travel patterns and transit agency statistics, along with snapshots of EV policy and program examples from other states.

By |2021-02-18T12:45:17-05:00February 18th, 2021|

Demand Charges: What Are They Good For?

Like many analysts from the past, the authors find that demand charges have made sense only as a proxy and are not a general solution for shared capacity costs. Furthermore, the changes occurring with a modern grid are undermining the conditions that made such a proxy reasonable.

By |2020-11-10T09:07:12-05:00November 10th, 2020|

Transportation Electrification in the Southeast

This brief defines key indicators that outline the state of transportation electrification in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee (‘Southeast’).

By |2020-10-14T22:47:41-04:00October 14th, 2020|
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