EVI-X Updates and National Charging Assessment Report

Eric Wood, Dong-Yeon Lee, Lauren Spath-Luhring, Brennan Borlaug, Maria St. Louis-Sanchez, Yanbo Ge, Fan Yang

Research output: NRELPresentation

Abstract

With the support of DOE's Vehicle Technologies Office and the DOE/DOT Joint Office (JO), NREL has applied the EVI-X modeling suite to conduct a National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Needs Assessment. This report considers a 2030 scenario in which 30-42 million light-duty electric vehicles are on the road (including plug-in hybrids). We consider the needs of vehicles used for typical daily driving, drivers without access to residential charging, corridor charging supporting long-distance travel, and ride-hailing electrification. We find that a national network of 28 million charging ports (including public and private infrastructure) will be necessary in our mid adoption scenario. This result is framed as a conservative estimate as the assumed costs include charging equipment and installation but exclude the cost of grid upgrades and distributed energy resources.
Original languageAmerican English
Number of pages24
StatePublished - 2023

Publication series

NamePresented at the 2023 Vehicle Technologies Office Annual Merit Review, 12-15 June 2023

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/PR-5400-86417

Keywords

  • alternative fuel corridor
  • charging infrastructure
  • electric vehicle
  • fast charging
  • ride-hailing

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