Energy Storage, Electric Vehicles & EV Charging Study for Fayetteville Public Works Commission | March 2020
N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) staff members from the Clean Transportation, Policy, and Clean Power & Industrial Efficiency teams recently worked together to help produce an Energy Storage, Electric Vehicles (EVs) and EV Charging Study for Fayetteville Public Works Commission (PWC).
The Energy Storage, EV & EV Charging study provides information about energy storage applications and services, electric vehicle options and trends, electric vehicle charging, EV fleets, initiatives by other utilities, relevant legislative policy, grid impact, codes and standards, incentives and tariffs – all considerations to help establish strategic direction for Fayetteville PWC.Download
Learn all about electric vehicle charging types: AC Level 1, AC Level 2, and DC Fast Charging: Power levels, miles of range restored per hour of charge, cost, and more.Download
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Learn more about plug-in electric vehicles (PHEVs) available on the market today by viewing a list of a wide variety of vehicles as well as their model, price, range, battery capacity, charging time and more.Download
Learn more about battery electric vehicles (BEVs) available on the market today by viewing a list of a wide variety of vehicles as well as their model, price, range, battery capacity, charging time and more.Download
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