Resources

Through our integrated approach in helping communities understand, plan for and implement emerging transportation initiatives, we've developed several resources to help you accelerate the transition to alternative fuels transportation. Utilities and fleet managers, municipality leaders, property managers and community stakeholders can benefit from the following guides, fact sheets and online tools – resources developed by Advanced Energy based on our consulting, testing and education and outreach efforts, with the input and collaboration of NC PEV Taskforce participants.


TASKFORCE ANNUAL REPORTS

 

2015 Annual Report (<3 MB)

Development of the annual report made possible through the support of Duke Energy and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation.

 

2014 Annual Report (<2 MB)

Development of the annual report made possible through the support of Duke Energy and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation.

 

2013 Annual Report (<2 MB)

Development of the annual report made possible through the support of Duke Energy and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

Electric Vehicle Highway Signage (<1 MB) - NEW!
Signage recognition for charging stations will help you catch the attention of electric vehicle drivers. This document walks you through the steps of how to add EV Charging Station to your highway sign.

 

NC Readiness Plans
A state-wide PEV readiness plan and four local plans for greater Asheville, Charlotte, Piedmont Triad and the Triangle.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

 

PEV Planning Toolbox
Comprehensive guides that provide a head-start on preparing for PEVs and installing charging stations.

  • Accessibility
  • Encroachment Agreements
  • Strategic Plans
  • Requests for Proposals
  • Parking Enforcement

 

Community Planning Guide for Plug-in Electric Vehicles(1 MB)
Simplify the integration of electric transportation initiatives in your community; best/recommended practices on installation, codes, standards, permitting and inspections, community outreach and education.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

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First Responders(<1MB)
First Responders – A SIMPLE Approach to Vehicle Collisions Rapidly changing designs of both conventional and electric vehicles make it nearly impossible for first responders to be familiar with every model they may see at the scene of a collision. To create a safer rescue environment for themselves and their patients, responders should use A SIMPLE approach that applies to all collisions.

TECHNICAL RESOURCES

 

Charging Station Installation Handbook for Electrical Contractors and Inspectors(13 MB)
Includes information to help contractors, inspectors, and facilities managers with applicable codes and standards, and design considerations for different installation locations.

Development of the North Carolina PEV Roadmap (state-wide Readiness Plan) was made possible through the NC PEV Taskforce and project collaborators of the Mountains to Sea Initiative and through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

WORKPLACE CHARGING

 

Charging Station Next Steps - NEW!
This resource document provides businesses with the steps to take after installing a charging station to promote and manage their new amenity.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

 

View Workplace Resources

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power, the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC) and the NC PEV Taskforce Working Group on Multifamily Housing and Electric Vehicles.

RESIDENTIAL CHARGING

 

Electric Vehicle Ready Homes (<1 MB) - NEW!
Created specifically for builders, electrical contractors and real estate agents, these documents give an overview on why and how to make a new home electric vehicle ready.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

 

Residential Charging Station Installation Handbook for Single–Family Homeowners and Renters(2 MB)
Includes best practices to address the unique challenges of charging station selection, installation and operation at single-family residences.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

 

View Multi-family Resources

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power, the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC) and the NC PEV Taskforce Working Group on Multifamily Housing and Electric Vehicles.

FLEET RESOURCES

 

View Fleet Resources

Organizations across the country are beginning to include electric vehicles in their fleets. This page provides resources for fleets to use when making the switch to electric.

DC FAST CHARGE RESOURCES

 

View DC Fast Charge Resources

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC.

ELECTRIC VEHICLE FACT SHEETS

 

Electric Vehicle Questions and Answers (<1 MB)
Answers to questions about owning and operating PEVs, charging stations, safety and batteries.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC, Dominion Power and the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC).

 

Electric Vehicle Benefits (<1 MB)
An overview of PEVs in North Carolina: the numbers, benefits and support that makes NC a leading state for PEV adoption.

Development of this material was made possible through North Carolina Public Benefits funds administered by Duke Energy NC.

 

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