January E-Vroom Zoom | Ohio Transportation: Cleaner, Safer, Smarter - Shared screen with speaker view
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Could we get a copy of the EV siting study or a weblink? Thank you!
Thank you Katherine!
DriveOhio EV Dashboard: https://drive.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/driveohio/about-driveohio/resources/ohio-alt-fuel-vehicle-reg-dashboard
DriveOhio Annual Report: https://drive.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/driveohio/about-driveohio/news-and-events/2020-Annual-Report-Published
How do you see fully automated driving evolving, and how long do you think it will take? Will first large-scale (not just small geographic area) deployment be freight trucks on highways?
Is there any movement to reduce the EV/hybrid license plate renewal tax passed by Ohio Legislature last year?
Katie, is the correct EV share number 4.5% of new vehicles registered in OH in 4th quarter 2020? (wow) Is that just share for BEV or share for all vehicles with a plug?
House Bill 546 aims to cut the fees in half. It had its second hearing but not sure at what stage it is exactly: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/legislation/legislation-summary?id=GA133-HB-546
Bill- Yes, the new transportation budget is being written now, so there are efforts to include a rollback of the fee in the first draft that will be presented to the legislature in the next few weeks. Drive Electric Ohio is spearheading the effort with coalition partners across the state. Send me an email if you'd like to get involved Marie@CleanFuelsOhio.org
Gary - The 4.5% was in March 2020, when dealers were shut down and Tesla hit high delivery numbers.
Thomas - HB546 was presented in the previous session of the House. It (or something similar) won't be re-introduced until after the next Transportation budget is approved (no later than March 31st), but hopefully it won't be necessary
Gary - look at the 27th page (of 161) or page 26 (as labeled) of this pdf - it's the final report for the Smart Columbus Electrification Plan https://d2rfd3nxvhnf29.cloudfront.net/2020-08/Final%20Report%2007.31.20.pdf
Luke, your slide mentioned PUCO could support rate setting for DC Fast Charging for invester-owned utilities. The TVA has established a special rate for EV charging to address demand charges. Is OH PUCO already supportive?
Can you put in link to watch recording?
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