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Will EVs Overwhelm Our Distribution Grid?
Electric Vehicles or EVs in the U.S. will more than triple in the next two years and will increase more than tenfold to 39.6 million vehicles by 2030. Given that each EV has an electric charging load of about 7 kW (compared to a typical house with a peak demand of 4 kW), the projections raise the question – can our grid manage this rapid load growth?
Electrified: A Path to Recovery for the Global Auto Industry
Auto consumers, it’s time for us to buckle up, because it’s about to become interesting in the electric vehicle market. Mainstream and niche automakers are unveiling their plans to compete in a space where adopting energy alternatives is the new norm.
The Five Pillars of Utility Engagement in the EV Space
Five pressing actions emerged as opportunities for utility engagement at the recent National Convening on Utilities and Electric Vehicles.
Are Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations a Utility Growth Opportunity?
The number of electric vehicles (EVs) on today's roadways is surging and so is the demand for a fast, efficient way to charge them. Utilities in developed economies are looking to electric vehicle charging as a source of new load growth.