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State of Illinois EV Policy Development & DCEO Programs. Prairie State Network Call Kate Tomford October 16, 2013 Illinois Energy Office DCEO. Where did Illinois’ EV p olicy vision b egin ?. EVs benefit Illinois consumers and businesses. Consumer benefits. EVs. Economic

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state of illinois ev policy development dceo programs

State of IllinoisEV Policy Development & DCEO Programs

Prairie State Network Call Kate Tomford

October 16, 2013 Illinois Energy Office

DCEO

evs benefit illinois consumers and businesses
EVs benefit Illinois consumers and businesses.

Consumer

benefits

EVs

Economic

development

benefits

Environmental

benefits

evs leverage illinois strengths and competitive advantages
EVs leverage Illinois’ strengths and competitive advantages.

Strong manufacturing base

National hub for the transportation industry

Leading-edge battery research

Low electricity prices vs. gas prices

Commuting distances

well-suited to EV range

governor quinn s ev vision for illinois drove two policy initiatives
Governor Quinn’s EV vision for Illinois drove two policy initiatives.

www.illinoisenergy.gov/ev

www.icc.illinois.gov/electricity/pev.aspx

dceo rebate numbers fall 2012
DCEO Rebate Numbers – Fall 2012
  • Projects and stations
    • 55 funded projects; 79 funded stations (16 dual, so 95 plugs)
    • 2/3 of funded stations are non-residential
  • Average project costs per station
    • Non-residential: $11,854 (up $7,650 from Spring 2012)
    • Residential: $1,722 (down $150 from Spring 2012)
  • Average rebate amounts
    • Non-residential rebate per station: $4,694
    • Residential rebate per station: $873
  • Total rebates awarded: $271,481.80
    • 91.6% non-residential; 8.4% residential
resources clean cities
Resources – Clean Cities

www.eere.energy.gov/cleancities

resources ev readiness scorecard
Resources – EV Readiness Scorecard

www.afdc.energy.gov/pev-readiness

more programs and initiatives
More programs and initiatives

Federal tax credits for charging stations and EVs

DCEO grants for EV industry and infrastructure

IEPA rebate for EVs

ICC rulemaking on EVSE installer certification

Secretary of State registration discount for EVs

IDOT EV signage

federal ev incentives
Federal EV Incentives

www.fueleconomy.gov

www.afdc.energy.gov

  • Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit
    • Tax credit for 30% of the cost, not to exceed $30,000
    • Fueling equipment for NG, propane, electricity, E85, or B20+
    • Installation from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2013
    • Tax credit up to $1,000 for consumers
  • Federal Tax Credit for EVs
    • Tax credit up to $7,500 per EV
    • Amount varies based on battery capacity
iepa alternate fuel rebates
IEPA Alternate Fuel Rebates

www.illinoisgreenfleets.org

Eligible vehicles/fuels: natural gas, propane, electric, E85, and diesel vehicles using B20+

Rebate for EVs is 10% of the listed base MSRP, before all options and fees, up to $4,000

Must purchase (not lease) new (not pre-owned) vehicle from IL dealership or do conversion in IL

Must register, plate, and operate the vehicle in IL

icc rulemaking certification of station installers
ICC rulemaking –Certification of station installers
  • Objectives:
    • Safe and proper installation, maintenance and repair of EV charging stations
    • Compliance with applicable building and electrical codes and industry standards
  • Draft certification requirements:
    • Businesses must pay $50 to apply and must list qualified employees with proof of qualification
    • Employees must complete DOL-approved apprenticeship or 8,000 hours + EVSE training
    • Certification requirement effective date is 1/1/2014
il secretary of state discount
IL Secretary of State Discount

IL SOS Special Plates Division

(217) 782-7758

idot ev signage
IDOT EV Signage

Approved for use in Illinois by the USDOT Federal Highway Administration

www illinoisenergy org ev
www.IllinoisEnergy.org/EV

Kate Tomford

kate.tomford@illinois.gov

(312) 814-1985