At Atlas, we track markets from all sides—product sales, consumer sentiment, public policy, and the media—which gives us a comprehensive look at what's going on. Here, we’ll go through our key takeaways from the electric vehicle market in 2016. The visuals you see were all created using the EV Hub, a product Atlas created [...]
Atlas Public Policy was asked to present our views on the electric vehicle in the Washington metro region. The meeting was convened by Washington Advanced Energy, which aims to bring together key stakeholders in Washington who are committed to developing and delivering win/win solutions for the regions evolving energy needs.
The White House and U.S. Department of Energy brought together experts, charging station providers, cities and states, automakers, and the software-development and data-analysis communities to hold a datathon on electric vehicles. Atlas spoke about its work with public agencies on using a data-driven approach to policy development and program evaluation.
This brief identifies ways EV industry market participants -- particularly automakers, charging service providers, and electric utilities -- can seize the opportunity to collaboratively create a robust EV market while reducing its risk of engagement. The brief is an output of the EV Industry Dialogue, a unique effort that brings together key private-sector stakeholders, including automakers, electric [...]
EValuateNY demonstrates the value of using data to gain insights into the effectiveness of public policies and activities. Working with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Atlas uses EValuateNY to better understand the rapidly evolving electric vehicle market throughout New York. EValuateNY is a unique approach to policy analysis, using [...]
This report consists of a market potential assessment of various alternative fuels and vehicles tailored to local conditions in Connecticut. The report found that the increased deployment of plug-in electric vehicles is the most promising approach to reduce emissions from Connecticut’s transportation sector and to meet the state’s energy and climate goals. September 2016 [...]
In 2016, Edison Electric Institute and the U.S. Department of Energy sponsored an educational webinar series designed to: Help utilities learn about the plug-in electric vehicle market Walk utilities through the process of developing, launching, and sustaining a utility plug-in electric vehicle program in its region Provide a forum for discussions, best practices, and lessons [...]
This guide answers questions that private investors and state and local agencies, such as state energy offices, may have in deciding whether and to what extent they should invest in publicly available charging infrastructure. The guide demonstrates that with continued public support in the near term, new business models could gradually make publicly available [...]