2024 Electric Vehicles at Scale Semiannual Stakeholder Meeting

Sarah Ollila, Lee Slezak, Andrew Meintz, John Kisacikoglu, Sam Thurston, Madhu Chinthavali, Prasad Kandula, Veda Galigekere, Michael Starke, Benny Varghese, Thomas Carroll, Don Stanton, Tim Pennington, Lori O'Neil, Theodore Bohn, Michael Kintner-Meyer, Jesse Bennett, Barney Carlson, Brendan Harris, Michael SlowinskeJordan Smith

Research output: NRELPresentation


The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Electric Vehicles at Scale Lab Consortium (EVs@Scale Lab Consortium) is accelerating research to support the establishment of a secure and scalable national network of charging infrastructure. This network will be critical to support tens of millions of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty EVs on American roads by 2030. The EVs@Scale Lab Consortium brings together national laboratories and key stakeholders to conduct infrastructure research and development (R&D) that advances innovations in, and sets unified standards for, high-power and wireless charging. The effort will also develop technologies to integrate vehicle charging with the power grid, and develop cybersecurity measures to protect drivers, vehicles, equipment, and the grid. The first hybrid EVs@Scale Lab Consortium Semiannual Stakeholder Meeting was held at ANL on September 27-28, 2023, to identify research, development, and deployment needs to accelerate technology development for electric vehicles at scale and explore opportunities for collaboration across government, academia, and industry.
Original languageAmerican English
Number of pages192
StatePublished - 2024

Publication series

NamePresented at the EVs@Scale Semiannual Stakeholder Meeting, 28-29 February 2024, Golden, Colorado

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/PR-5400-89059


  • advanced charging and grid interface technologies
  • codes and standards
  • CyberPUNC
  • eCHIP
  • electric vehicles
  • electric vehicles at scale
  • high power charging
  • PKC
  • PQC
  • profiles
  • smart charge management
  • vehicle grid integration
  • zero trust


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