EVs have the potential to provide
significant economic, environmental and social benefits, such as reducing
overall greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on imported oil, while reducing
consumers’ energy costs. In anticipation
of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) coming to market, REVI was organized to
exchange information and establish shared positions and priorities for a charging
infrastructure utilizing the existing regional electric systems.
supports regional and state policy goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and
develop alternative fuel resources.
members agree that implementation of an EV charging infrastructure is imminent,
and that utilities should be prepared to play an appropriate role in support of
The group’s focus
is on understanding EV market development and advancing
the region’s EV planning process, policies and dialogue with stakeholders.
As the EV market
evolves, REVI utilities will work together for the benefit of customers and
strive to achieve cost efficiencies, consistency of applicable standards, and
economies of scale.
With electric transportation undergoing rapid change and technology advances, REVI utilities are staying up to date and can be a reliable source of EV information. REVI Contacts