EPRI’s EVs2Scale2030™ initiative is a three-year commitment focused on leveraging industry scale to galvanize not only the utility industry, but to align all critical market stakeholders as electric vehicle goals increasingly target 50 percent new vehicle sales by 2030. EPRI will leverage its industry partnerships to mobilize utilities, fleet operators, the automotive industry, and charging providers, and coordinate with federal agencies and labs, to support the rapid deployment of millions of electric vehicles – while minimizing grid impacts and enabling critical benefits to the nation’s grid.

eRoadMAP™ is a first-of-its-kind interactive, online tool for understanding where, when, and how much EV charging load is likely to materialize on the U.S. electric grid. eRoadMAP allows users to explore how quickly electric vehicles are expected in different regions, and identifies the energy needs at roughly the individual feeder level where critical utility planning occurs. This free and public resource highlights both immediate and future charging needs.

EPRI’s GridFAST™ improves transparency in EV charging planning to better inform grid investments and accelerate grid interconnects. This secure online platform is designed to facilitate early conversations and standardized information-sharing between customers with plans to electrify their fleets and electric companies across the U.S. as well as support project planning in the scale-up to meet the nation’s ambitious 2030 electrification goals.

EPRI's Vetted Product List is the nation's most transparent and comprehensive resource for industry stakeholders that evaluates electric vehicle supply equipment against consensed industry criteria and the National EV Instructure Standards (NEVI) issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration in an effort to simplify the complex landscape of EV charging equipment for vendors and users of EV charging equipment alike.

Learn About EVs2Scale2030

EVs2Scale2030TM aims to help utilities and oversight bodies work in lockstep with auto and truck manufacturers, fleet operators, charging providers and consumers; streamline systems and processes to support the activity and investment required to 2030 goals; and, develop the tools and technologies required to enable and sustain EVs at scale.

Learn more in this video or in the program overview pdf below.

Plug In America Survey Insights

Each month Plug In America, in partnership with EPRI, asks their email subscribers to answer a few questions about electric mobility in short surveys. While the surveys are brief, the insights are crucial to understanding the dynamic electric transportation landscape.

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Transitioning the entire on-road transportation system to run on a new “fuel” requires unprecedented collaboration across all the major EV stakeholder groups. EVs2Scale2030™ leverages its industry partnerships to align market stakeholders to achieve 2030 electrification goals.

Advisory Board

CHAIR, Xcel, Brett Carter
CO-CHAIR, PG&E, Patti Poppe
AAI, John Bozzella
Amazon, Sujit Mandal
Ameren, Mark Fronmuller
APPA, Paul Zummo
ATE, Phil Jones
ComEd, Gil Quiniones
Daimler Truck, Diego Quevedo
EEI, Kellen Schefter

GRE, Jeff Haase
JOET, Rachael Nealer
LCRA, Khalil Shalabi
NARUC, Katherine Peretick (Michigan PSC)
National Grid, Rudy Wynter
NRECA, Angela Strickland
NYPA, Fabio Mantovani
Southern Company, Chris Cummiskey

EVs2Scale2030™ Members

EVs2Scale2030™ Data Collaborators

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