Free Research Managed Charging Incentive Design: Guide to Utility Program Development Step by step guide to create a managed charging program Actionable recommendations Analysis of 40 managed charging programs Six Steps To Manage Electric Vehicle Charging Patterns Annual electric vehicle (EV) sales are forecasted to exceed 3.5 million by 2030, according to the International Energy Agency, and utilities across the country are taking action. Utilities are creating managed charging programs to avoid costly additional generation and transmission and distribution system upgrades. By creating a managed charging program, utilities can optimize grid functionality and change customer behavior through effective incentives. SEPA evaluated 40 managed charging programs to identify the best practices all utilities should follow. Download this white paper for a six-step process and actionable recommendations utilities can follow for an effective managed charging pilot. Inside you’ll find: A six -step process to help utilities create an evidence based managed charging program Analysis from 40 managed charging programs nationwide Actionable best practices any utility can apply Market research on monetary incentive types and dollar amounts offered by utility managed charging programs How BGE and PHI followed the six-step process Average Incentive Amounts Managed Charging Participants Receive Fig 15. Average total incentive amount provided to each program participant during the first year, based on incentive structure Managed Charging Incentive Design Name* First Last Email* Company* Title* Organization Type*UtilityCorporateGovernment, Non-Profit & Education Submit Sign me up to receive updates on Electrification?