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  1. The Growing California Plug-in Electric Vehicle Market PEV Collaborative www.PEVCollaboratie.org Updated: October 7, 2014

  2. Mission The California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative is a public/private organization focused on accelerating the adoption of PEVs to meet California’s economic, energy and environmental goals. Using the expertise of each member, the PEV Collaborative convenes, collaborates and communicateson emerging PEV market trends and works to address challenges and enable strong PEV market growth.

  3. PEVC Members • Local Government • Bay Area AQMD • South Coast AQMD • Northern Sonoma APCD • Utilities • LADWP • PG&E • SCE • SDG&E • SMUD • Education/Research • California Center for Sustainable Energy • CalETC • CALSTART • EPRI • Plug In America • UC Davis – ITS • UCLA – Luskin Center • Environmental NGOs • American Lung Association • Center For Energy Efficiency And Renewable Technologies • International Council for Clean Transportation • National Resources Defense Council • Union of Concerned Scientists • EVSE/Network Providers • AeroVironment • Clean Fuel Connection • ChargePoint • Greenlots • NRG • Recargo • Automakers • BMW • Daimler • Ford • GM • Honda • Kia • Nissan • Tesla • Toyota • State Government • Air Resources Board • CA Energy Commission • CA Public Utilities Commission • Legislature members • Governor’s office

  4. PEV Types

  5. Plug-in Electric Vehicle Sales

  6. BEV Models Available…. More Coming Focus Electric LEAF Spark Model S Rav 4 Fit EV 500e iMiEV

  7. BEV Models Available…. More Coming Soul EV LEAF i3 Scion iQ EV i8 B-Class Electric e-NV200 Fit EV Model X Fourtwo 500e

  8. PHEV Models Available…. More Coming Prius Plug-in C-Max Energi Accord Plug-in Fusion Energi Volt Outlander 500e Panamera ELR

  9. Charging Equipment AC Level 1 AC Level 2 Uses 208/240 VAC and can be hardwired or connected with a plug, but typically requires a contractor. • Uses a standard 110/120-volt alternating current (VAC) three-pronged wall plug. Images: www.pluginamerica.org & leviton.com

  10. DC Fast Charging • Uses commercial-grade 440 /480 VAC – produces direct current (DC) to charge • Commercial/Public – due to costs • Provides fast charge for a some BEVs

  11. How Quickly will it Charge?

  12. PEV Infrastructure • CA has 1,880 Level 2 charging stations with 5,711 outlets and 173 DCFC’s with 467 outlets* • Over $38M awarded in CA state funding for PEV infrastructure (2010-2014) • 200 NRG “Freedom Stations” and 10,000 Level 2 “make-ready’s” for multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, schools and hospitals • 17 Tesla Supercharger locations with more coming * Source DOE Alt Fuel Data Center 10/7/14

  13. Driving on Electricity can be Cheaper Driving on electricity is like paying $1.50 a gallon for gasoline* Utilities offer special rates for PEVs that encourage off-peak charging PEVs can have less maintenance costs * When paying $0.15 kWh

  14. PEV Incentives • California Clean Vehicle Rebate Project • Allocated $100 million since 2010 • Additional funding in the state budget for the next fiscal year • Federal tax credits • Up to $7,500 for BEVs and PHEVs – amount depends on battery size • Carpool / HOV stickers • Local incentives • For example: free parking, additional vehicle rebate • Full list of incentives can be found at www.DriveClean.ca.gov/pev

  15. Actions Needed for a Strong PEV Market • Incentives • Monetary (such as CVRP) • Non-monetary (such as HOV lanes and free parking) • Infrastructure Development • Increase community PEV readiness • Promote workplace charging • Share learnings of Multi-unit Dwelling infrastructure challenges • Encourage expansion of public and private investment in charging • Leadership & Promotion • Expand the conversation

  16. Tools for Workplace and MuDCharging • Workplace Charging • Case Studies • Employee Survey • Communication Guides • CALSTART Best Practices • www.PEVCollaborative.org/workplace-charging • Charging at MuDs • Guidelines Document • Resident Survey • Communication Guides • www.PEVCollaborative.org/MuD

  17. PEV Readiness Tools for Local Government • PEVC PEV Readiness Toolkit • www.PEVCollaborative.org/policy-makers • Governor’s Office ZEV Guidebook • www.opr.ca.gov/s_zero-emissionvehicles.php

  18. 50 corporate executives met with the Governor including: Google, Coca-Cola, Walgreens Corporate commitments to Workplace Charging Planning has begun for DRIVE THE DREAM 2015 to continue to engage corporate leaders

  19. For More Information • PEV Resource Center • www.DriveClean.ca.gov/pev • PEV Collaborative • www.PEVCollaborative.org