Presentations & Reports
Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Infrastructure Planning
Identifying criteria for optimal locations for electric vehicle public charging, options for funding, and charging equipment for Chittenden County, Vermont.
An Assessment of Level 1 and Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Efficiency
Investigating Potential Applications of Efficiency Measures to Various Electric Vehicles and Their Supply Equipment
Transportation Infrastructure Funding with an Electrified Fleet
A Discussion for the State of Vermont and Beyond. Presentation at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting.
Measure for Measure: Using the Energy Utility Model to Standardize Evaluation of Transportation Efficiency Measures
Presentation at Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting.
Alternative Fuel Vehicle User Fee Options. A report in response to Act 153: Section 39
The arrival of electric vehicles on Vermont roads presents policy makers with competing goals. On the one hand there are policy goals, such as those described in the 2011 Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan, that support and encourage adoption of electric vehicles in Vermont while on the other hand the need to continue to fund transportation infrastructure requires some assessment of fees for all users of the system. The primary options explored in this report include:
- Flat annual registration fee on electric and natural gas (NGV) vehicles
- Volumetric taxes on natural gas and electricity
- Vehicle miles traveled fee
Drive Electric Vermont: Electrifying our Transportation Sector
Presentation to Renewable Energy Vermont Annual Conference.
Preparing for the Arrival of Electric Vehicles
DOE Webinar, lead author.
Policy Approaches that Encourage Development and Investment in V2G
Presentation with Blair Hamilton to the Council of State Governments (CSG) Energy and Environment Committee.
Interoperable Vehicle Communication Standards
Presentation to Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) Conference.