The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) amends PURPA Section 111(d) to direct State Commissions with ratemaking authority over regulated utilities and nonregulated utilities to consider establishing rates that will support transportation electrification. Rates that reflect the flexible nature of EV charging and provide reduced charging costs for drivers and fleet operators could change the economics of electric transport options, improve electric system utilization, and help states achieve their climate, equity, and air quality goals. This Webinar reviews designs for innovative, long-term solutions for EV charging that avoid subsidies without shifting costs to other customers.
Moderator: Hon. Abigail Anthony, Rhode Island
Nancy Ryan, Consultant/Advisor, Alliance for Automotive Innovation
Alissa Burger, Regional Policy Director, CALSTART
Miles Muller, Natural Resources Defense Council
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