EV Use Case Input – August 2020

UIC EV WEEK – Breakout Sessions – August 17-20, 2020
Pilots, Programs & Partnerships to Advance Transportation Electrification

This Breakout Sessions build upon the recent EV Pilots, Programs & Partnerships to Advance Transportation Electrification workshop panels, held on August 3, and continue the work of the first two workshops on Transportation Electrification Infrastructure: Technology, Installation & Ownership, which were held on May 18, June 15, & June 22-26, and Consumers & Social Equity in Transportation Electrification, which was held on February 24.

Please review the stakeholder input from both June 22-26 EV Week and the February 24th Breakout Sessions in advance of the Session:
June 22-26 EV Week Compiled Notes from Breakout Sessions
June 22-26 Recordings – See webpage for recordings
Feb 24 Compiled Notes from the Breakout Sessions
Feb 24 Recording of the Report Back The Breakout Sessions bring together stakeholders to brainstorm ideas on challenges, resources and opportunities on the use case assigned, and to come to a consensus on potential pathways/guidelines for the use case (https://go.uic.edu/UICEVWORKSHOP).

Thank you for your input, ideas, suggestions and we look forward to continuing to identifying pathways to advance Transportation Electrification for the state of Illinois.

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  • Economic Considerations

    What are some traits of well-designed economic best practices for EV Pilots, Programs & Partnerships? (i.e., business models, economic development opportunities, tariff and rate designs, etc.) Provide your ideas/suggestions on challenges, resources and opportunities. Please keep in mind the work from the two previous workshop breakout sessions. Please make note of the use case you are addressing: • Residential and multi-unit dwellings – with and without dedicated parking • Workplace, community and destination charging • Public DC fast charging Infrastructure for specific use cases, i.e., TNCs, corridors, long-distance • Medium- to Heavy-duty vehicles, i.e., CTA, School buses, Proterra, Amazon, FedEx, UPS, etc.
  • Provide your ideas/suggestions on challenges that Illinois faces for advancing transportation electrification or that well-designed economic best practices for transportation electrification have overcome. (i.e., business models, economic development opportunities, tariff and rate designs, etc.)
  • Provide your ideas/suggestions for resources & opportunities that can support transportation electrification in Illinois or have been utilized by well-designed economic best practices for transportation electrification. (i.e., business models, economic development opportunities, tariff and rate designs, etc.)
  • Best Practices & Models / Roles for Utilities, Private Sector & Customers

    What are some themes/ traits of well-designed pilots, programs & partnerships for deploying advancing transportation electrification? (i.e., best practices, who should invest in / own it, what form should those investments look like, what to do & what NOT to do, considerations for designing for Illinois, etc.) Provide your ideas/suggestions on challenges, resources and opportunities. Please keep in mind the work from the two previous workshop breakout sessions. Please make note of the use case you are addressing: • Residential and multi-unit dwellings – with and without dedicated parking • Workplace, community and destination charging • Public DC fast charging Infrastructure for specific use cases, i.e., TNCs, corridors, long-distance • Medium- to Heavy-duty vehicles, i.e., CTA, School buses, Proterra, Amazon, FedEx, UPS, etc.
  • Provide your ideas/suggestions on challenges that Illinois stakeholders (utilities, private sector, customers) face for advancing transportation electrification in Illinois or that well-designed programs advancing transportation electrification have overcome. (i.e., best practices, who should invest in / own it, what form should those investments look like, what to do & what NOT to do, considerations for designing for Illinois, etc.)
  • Provide your ideas/suggestions on resources & opportunities that can best support Illinois stakeholders (utilities, private sector, customers) to advance transportation electrification or that well-designed programs for transportation electrification have used. (i.e., best practices, who should invest in / own it, what form should those investments look like, what to do & what NOT to do, considerations for designing for Illinois, etc.)
  • Public Policy

    What are some characteristics of best practices for public policy that support pilots, programs and partnerships for advancing transportation electrification? (i.e., champions, stakeholders, partnerships, role of public/private sectors, etc.) Provide your ideas/suggestions on challenges, resources and opportunities. Please keep in mind the work from the two previous workshop breakout sessions. Please make note of the use case you are addressing: • Residential and multi-unit dwellings – with and without dedicated parking • Workplace, community and destination charging • Public DC fast charging Infrastructure for specific use cases, i.e., TNCs, corridors, long-distance • Medium- to Heavy-duty vehicles, i.e., CTA, School buses, Proterra, Amazon, FedEx, UPS, etc.
  • Provide your ideas/suggestions on challenges for public policy for advancing transportation electrification in Illinois or that well-designed pilots, programs & partnerships advancing transportation electrification have developed. (i.e., champions, stakeholders, partnerships, role of public/private sectors, etc.)
  • Provide your ideas/suggestions on resources & opportunities for public policy that can best support transportation electrification in Illinois or that well-designed pilots, programs & partnerships for transportation electrification have developed. (i.e., champions, stakeholders, partnerships, role of public/private sectors, etc.)
  • Please provide any additional thoughts here to can best support efforts to advance transportation electrification in Illinois.