EV Charger Stations and the Utility Role - Developments, Projects, and Challenges

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CPUC has mandated installing 7,500 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS) throughout the PG&E territory by the end of 2020. This includes “behind-the-meter” work to install Level 2 charging stations and the direct current (DC) fast chargers. Exponent helped PG&E to develop standards for behind the meter installations for safety and compliance with standards of care. The developed standards are field-tested. In connection with the general efforts, other topics concerning behind-the-meter installations have been researched such as sub-metering through existing junctions; revenue-grade metering and possibility of eliminating the need for traditional meters; and load sharing and load management. This presentation outlines some of the challenges and lessons learned during this effort. It also includes some of the research performed in the relevant areas.



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  • 505 Van Ness Avenue
  • San Francisco, California
  • United States 94102
  • Building: Courtyard Room
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  • wendy.al-mukdad@cpuc.ca.gov

  • Starts 16 April 2019 08:31 AM
  • Ends 24 April 2019 08:30 AM
  • All times are US/Pacific
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Dr. Ahmad Shahsiah

Dr. Ahmad Shahsiah is a recognized expert in power systems, power equipment reliability, root-cause analysis, risk mitigation and emerging technologies. He has performed consulting services for many utilities for more than a decade. Dr. Shahsiah is a lecturer at San Jose State University, is the author of many technical papers and co-author of the book “The Power Grid: Smart, Secure, Green and Reliable.” Dr. Shahsiah received his MSEE and PhD degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a registered professional engineer in California.