The rate of electric vehicle (EV) adoption is skyrocketing.
In fact, a new report from National Grid found that — based on existing traffic patterns — many locations in the U.S. will need 20 or more fast chargers to fuel EVs. Some of these sites would actually need as much electricity as a small town.
To prepare for this explosive growth, energy stakeholders must address a number of issues, including educating consumers and businesses, testing and scaling strategies for managing charging load, creating rate structures– and the list goes on.
In this playbook, we explore many of these issues and why regulators and stakeholders are working to advance an ever-evolving suite of policies.This playbook highlights: