June 25-26, 2012 in Raleigh, North Carolina
The City of Raleigh hosted the second workshop C2ES has conducted for a Peer Exchange for State Departments of Transportation on Electric Vehicles. The workshop brought together representatives from each of the eight states participating in the project along with national representatives from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the Federal Highway Administration, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
At the workshop, C2ES introduced a draft of the project’s main product, the PEV Readiness Self-Assessment Tool. An overview of the tool is available in the presentation linked to at the bottom of this page. The remainder of the workshop focused on charging infrastructure issues with sessions titled:
- The Evolution of Action on Electric Vehicles: Stimulus Funding, Jobs, and Changing Leadership
- Who Builds What Where? Roles for Transportation Departments in Charging Infrastructure Deployment
- Sustaining Electric Vehicles and Infrastructure after the Stimulus and through Leadership Change
- Harmonizing PEV Promotion with Transportation Finance Concerns
Download the full workshop agenda. Presentations from the workshop are listed below.
- PEV Readiness Self-Assessment Tool Overview, Nick Nigro and Charles Zhu, C2ES
- Oregon’s EV Charging Network, Art James, Oregon DOT
- Ohio's PEV Readiness Strategy, Joanna Pinkerton, Ohio DOT
- North Carolina DOT, Ken Pace, North Carolina DOT
- Road Use Charge Pilot Program, Art James, Oregon DOT