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Case Study: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for EV Programs

As demand for electric vehicles (EV) continues to grow, the impacts of EV charging loads on utility systems and rates are an increasing concern. At the same time, the role of the utility in the EV and EV charging marketplaces remains a subject of discussion among regulators, policy makers, and other stakeholders. Regardless of the policies and politics, one thing is clear: Utilities need to know more about EV adoption and charging behavior to optimize resource and system planning and design appropriate rates and programs.
In Part 3 of our series, β€œIs Your EV Strategy Ready – Yet?” MCR shares a case study on how we assisted the AES utilities with cost effectiveness analyses of EV and EV charging programs addressing light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles to support regulatory approval for cost recovery of such programs.

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