In September 2018, Audi revealed its first all-electric vehicle (EV), a midsize crossover utility vehicle with a manufacturer-estimated range over 200 miles. In conjunction with this launch event, Audi of America sponsored the State Roundtable on Electric Vehicle Infrastructure in collaboration with Atlas Public Policy and the Alliance for Transportation Electrification. The goal of the roundtable was to raise awareness about emerging issues related to EV charging infrastructure and identify actions necessary to prepare the consumer market for mainstream acceptance of EVs in the context of a changing EV market with faster charging and longer range all-electric vehicles. The Roundtable brought together officials from state utility commissions and energy and/or environmental agencies, electric utilities, non-governmental organizations, and charging service providers. Participants are active in transportation electrification policy and practice and brought their unique perspectives from both their professional positions and respective regions of the United States.

Roundtable Proceedings

Proceedings from a state roundtable event on electric vehicle infrastructure. The goal of the roundtable was to raise awareness about emerging issues related to EV charging infrastructure and identify actions necessary to prepare the consumer market for mainstream acceptance of EVs in the context of a changing EV market with faster charging and longer range all-electric vehicles.

November 2018

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DC Fast Charging Investment Case Study

A third-party electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure company, Charge&Go, that provides and owns charging infrastructure just received $720,000 in funding for new DC fast charging (DCFC) infrastructure in the Metro City region. As a Regional Planning Manager for Charge&Go, you must decide what types of locations to serve.

September 2018

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Electric Vehicle-Grid Integration Case Study

You work at an automaker as the Product Manager for a forthcoming electric vehicle (EV) offering and are making a decision on what level of vehicle-grid integration (VGI) you plan to support in a new mid-market EV.  Your CEO has asked for a briefing on the features you intend to integrate.

September 2018

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