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PAP11- Electric Vehicle roaming scenarios
Abstract:

Customers are interested in fueling vehicles with electricity. Electric Vehicles (EV) and Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEV) are emerging transportation options for customers. Electric utilities desire to support these emerging loads with electricity at “off peak” times when energy costs are low and generation and power delivery assets are underutilized. PEV manufacturers are interested in working with utilities to develop customer rates/programs which could provide customers with an increased incentive to purchase a PEV. Within a utility service territory, the customer can plug in a PEV to receive a charge of electrical energy at his premise or plug in at another premise location. The Utility may offer the Customer a PEV tariff that provides a low rate for off-peak charging and a higher rate for on-peak charging. Each time the PEV is charged, Customers who have enrolled in a PEV program will exchange account and energy information. Energy supplied to the PEV is reported to the utility for billing and presentation to the Customer.

Year Published:
2011
Source:
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