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21 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 11 μήνες)

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Electric Vehicles

Fact and Fiction

Presented to

Presented by:


Dale Pennington


UtiliWorks Consulting


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Qualifications


National Award Recognition for Clients


Department of Energy SGIG Grants


AMI Smart Grid Project of the Year


Expert Testimony for CPUC/DRA and UCAN in San Diego


Present at Major Conferences for AMI/Smart Grid


Industry Publications


AMI/Smart Grid and Related Technology Experts


AMI Business Process Improvement


Cost Modeling & Benefit Analysis


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UtiliWorks was present for the City of
San Marcos, TX 2009 Distributech AMI
Project of the Year Award



The City of San Marcos, TX also
received the 2010 Smart Grid Project of
the Year Award at CS Week




UtiliWorks and the City of Ruston, LA received
the 2010 POWERGRID International (formerly
Utility Automation & Engineering T&D
Magazine) Smart Grid Project of the Year Award



The City of Ruston, LA and the Town of
Danvers, MA were selected to receive funding
from the DOE SGIG grants late October


National Recognition

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What is a Smart Grid?

Source: EPRI

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Major OEMs introducing EVs to US


Charge Location


Battery Issues


26% of the market in 10 Years (includes hybrids)

Source: Boston Consulting Group

Electric Vehicle Preparation

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“Smart Grid” Deployment Requirements


Evaluate the technology


Define very clear goals (how many cars charged
each day)


Perform a detailed cost benefit analysis that relates
to all concerned parties

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Key “Smart Grid” Questions


Who pays for deployments that don’t perform?


How are the benefits measured and reported?


Is the project plan for deployment of equipment and
technology realistic?


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Public Awareness/ Communication

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Electric Vehicle Facts


Plug
-
in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) are becoming the
standard


Prius is now offered as a PHEV for 2012


Volt is now offered as PHEV for 2012


PHEVs Eliminate Commuter’s “Out of Energy” fears


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Electric Vehicle Facts Cont.


Public Charging Stations may not be required


PHEVs can be charged at home as needed


PHEVs remove massive capital expense for additional
infrastructure to support Electric Vehicles


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The c
harging
of
Electric
Vehicles will not put excessive
strain on the system


Electric Vehicle charging can and should be
managed with
technology
and pricing policies


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We have the
technology to observe
changes in load from
the charging of
Electric Vehicles


EV rate option/pricing
programs can be used
to affect consumer
behavior

Electric Vehicle Load Monitoring

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EV Load Monitoring on Transformers

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Thank You!



Dale Pennington

Managing Director

UtiliWorks Consulting, LLC.

(631) 807
-
4063

dpennington@utiliworks.com