The State of Managed Charging in 2021 An update to the 2019 SEPA managed charging report 7 case studies showcasing innovative technologies Survey results from 51 utilities with managed charging programs Electric Vehicle Managed Charging is Evolving, Find Out How With the increasing growth of the EV market and the resulting implications for the power system, managed charging programs are non-negotiable. Utilities are developing programs that will avoid distribution upgrade bottlenecks and mitigate unnecessary costs for utilities. Based on a SEPA survey, utilities’ approach to managed charging is evolving. They’re expanding their managed charging programs to include both passive and active features and starting to pilot new technologies, such as vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle telematics. 25% of surveyed utilities are proposing or piloting V2G. Download this report to discover how utilities can optimize managed charging programs based on survey results, 7 case studies, and a guide to solution providers. You can also download the executive summary. Inside you’ll find: Survey results from 51 utilities with managed charging programs Recommendations for program design, rollout, implementation, and evolution Six utility-led case studies and one customer fleet initiated managed charging program from utilities including: Hawaiian Electric, SVCE, DTE, National Grid, Eversource, PG&E and ConEd. Early observations of the impacts of COVID on EV charging Trends in EVSE and Network Service Providers (NSP) Appendix containing a comprehensive guide to utility managed charging programs, EVSE vendors and NSP providers The Evolution of Managed Charging The State of Managed Charging in 2021 Report Name* First Last Email* Company* Title* Organization Type*UtilityCorporateGovernment, Non-Profit & Education Submit Sign me up to receive updates on Electrification?