Southeast Specific
SE EV Brief

Transportation Electrification In the Southeast: State of Technology Deployment and Investment in Manufacturing a brief published by Atlas Public Policy in conjunction with Southern Alliance for Clean Energy explores how Southeastern states stack up against each other, and the nation. The brief examines state-by-state policy, regulatory, economic development, and investment activity across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. To download the brief, click here

FL EV Brief

Transportation Electrification in Florida: A Deep Dive Into Travel Patterns & Statistics Across the EV Sector a brief published by Atlas Public Policy in conjunction with Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, explores how Florida stacks up against other Southeastern states and the nation. It shows there are immediate and long-range opportunities for policymakers and regulators to position Florida to be a national electric transportation leader. To download the brief, click here

Economic Impact
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Electric Vehicles: A Growing Opportunity in Georgia An analysis on the impact of an electric vehicle tax incentive on Georgia’s economy from Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, evaluates the economic development implications of a $2,500 tax credit for the purchase of an electric vehicle (EV) in Georgia. The analysis shows that a $2,500 state tax credit for EV purchases in Georgia would lead to additional EV purchases. To download the report, click here

SE FL Compact EV Report

Electric Vehicles and  EV Infrastructure an introductory report on electric vehicles and EV infrastructure was developed as part of the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact's ongoing efforts to build the capacity of practitioners and stakeholders in Southeast Florida to advance regional climate action. This compilation of resources builds on presentations and discussions from the Compact’s Fall 2019 workshop on electric vehicles and offers additional curated resources and guidance on opportunities for local governments to support the transition to and expansion of electric vehicles. To download the report, click here

Plugging In:  Reading America's Cities for the Arrival of Electric Vehicles is a report from Environment America that examines the role local officials can play in expanding EV adoption.  It gives specific suggestions for cities on how to implement EV-friendly policies and examines how many charging stations major cities will need to meet projected need. To download the report, click here.

Achieve 4.0

AchiEVe:  Transition to EVs Policy Toolkit is a fourth edition of a collaboration between Plug In America and the Sierra Club and expanded to include Forth and the Electrification Coalition. It provides supportive policies that can help to accelerate the widespread adoption of EVs at the local and state levels. A template for each of the identified policies is also linked to the document that can be downloaded and modified to fit the precise needs of a particular state or community. To download the report, click here.

The ABCs of EVs provides a guide to policymakers about effective EV policy to help optimize EV benefits and increase market penetration. To download the report, click here.

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Charging Ahead Deriving Value from Electric Vehicles for All Electricity Customers, a follow-up report to the ABCs of EVs from the Citizens Utility Board seeks to advance the discussion by quantifying the cost effects of unmanaged versus optimized charging. The report analyzes the effects on electricity loads of different EV market penetration scenarios, calculates the associated incremental delivery service revenue, and recommends specific state policies to optimize EV charging patterns to benefit not only EV drivers but also the distribution system and all those connected to it. To download the report, click here.

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EV For All Electrifying Transportation in Low-Income Communities, is the third report in the ABCs of EVs series from the Citizens Utility Board. It builds on the previous reports and puts a specific spotlight on the importance of ensuring that EV policies benefit/prioritize low-income consumers.  To download the report, click here.

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Expanding the Electric Vehicle Market in U.S. Cities a white paper from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) assesses the U.S. electric vehicle market and the actions driving it. The paper catalogs actions in place, identifies best practices, and identifies relationships between electric vehicle promotion actions and electric vehicle sales. The analysis is focused on the 50 most populous metropolitan areas, which together represented about 79% of the 2017 U.S. electric vehicle market. The report can be found here

Driver Information

Electric Car Drivers:  Desires, Demands, and Who They Are published by CleanTechnica recently collected responses from over 2,000 respondents in one of the largest electric car driver surveys in the world.  To download the report click here.  

Infrastructure Information

Accelerating Investment in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure published by Ceres, is an analysis that evaluates the total need for electric vehicle charging infrastructure—including private chargers at vehicle owners’ homes and publicly accessible chargers—to accommodate plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) in the twelve largest utility service territories in the US.  To download the report click here

National Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Analysis, a report issued by the US Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in September 2017, addresses the fundamental question of how much plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging infrastructure—also known as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)—is needed in the United States to support both plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs). To download the report click here.

Costs Associated w_EVSE

Costs Associated With Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, a report prepared by New West Technologies, LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office in 2015, provides information about the costs associated with purchasing, installing, and owning non-residential EVSE. Cost information is compiled from various studies around the country, as well as input from EVSE owners, manufacturers, installers, and utilities. To download the report click here.

Electric Vehicle Charger Selection Guide This report was collaboratively prepared by multiple California government and non-profit agencies.  The goal of this guide is to help site hosts and others learn about, evaluate and compare the features of EV charging equipment (available as of November, 2017) to assist them in selecting a charger for their application.  To download the report click here.  

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Medium and Heavy-Duty Electric Trucks

Electrifying Freight: Pathways to Accelerating the Transition, outlines the benefits electric trucks have over their diesel counterparts; explains the major barriers impeding their production, sales, and deployment; and establishes the next steps that manufacturers, policymakers, fleet operators, the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain, and other stakeholders should take to facilitate and accelerate freight electrification. To download the report click here.

Vehicle Grid Integration (VGI)

Utilities and Electric Vehicles: Evolving to Unlock Grid Value, is a detailed analytical framework for establishing EV preparedness among utilities.  It categorizes utilities' EV programs by stages and provides an overview of regulatory decisions that impact utility investments into EVSE.  It also provides recommendations for strategic planning for utilities and offers analysis of regional regulatory docket trends with the intent that the information and tools in this report will help utilities and their partners find a path forward.  To download the report click here. 

Strategies for Integrating Electric Vehicles Into the Grid, published by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy highlights the unique opportunity utilities have to take a leadership role in the expanded adoption of EVs. Additionally, the report offers strategies for the transition and provides case studies of multifaceted EV integration plans. To download the report click here.

Charging Smart, authored by the the Union of Concerned Scientists provides smart charging recommendations for states, utilities, automakers, and charging providers to better integrate EVs and renewable energy into the grid. To download the report click here.

From Gas to Grid, authored by the Rocky Mountain Institute and published in September 2017 offers useful guidance, best practices, and lessons learned that all U.S. states can start using to get ready for a future of electric mobility. To download the report click here.

Utilities and Electric Vehicles:  The Case for Managed Charging, a research report published by the Smart Electric Power Alliance, provides a wide-lens overview of the managed charging ecosystem, including examples of utility programs, a list of vehicle-grid integration (VGI) and connected-car platform providers, a list of compatible electric vehicle supply equipment, and examples of automotive industry activities.  To download the report click here.

Cost of EV Ownership

Going From Pump to Plug (2017): Adding Up the Savings from Electric Vehicles (EVs), a report by The Union of Concerned Scientists, analyzed the cost of refueling electric and gasoline vehicles in each of the 50 largest cities in the United States. They found that in every city, there is a rate plan that would save the average EV owner on fuel costs, with the median savings over $770 per year.  To download the report click here. 

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Consumer Reports Shows Today’s Electric Vehicles Offer Big Savings for Consumers

Consumer Reports released a new white paper comparing the overall cost of owning an electric vehicle to a similar gas-powered vehicle. When compared to the best-selling, top-rated, best "performing," and even the most efficient gas-powered vehicles, Consumer Reports found that the most popular EVs under $50K usually cost less to own overall — often saving people many thousands of dollars over a typical vehicle lifetime. To read the report click here

Emission Data

 Cleaner Cars from Cradle to Grave is a detailed report by The Union of Concerned Scientists.  This report compares battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) with similar gasoline vehicles by examining their global warming emissions over their “life cycles”—from the raw materials to make the car through manufacturing, driving, and disposal or recycling.  To download the report click here. 

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