DEEP: 2019 EV Roadmap

An Electric Vehicle Roadmap for Connecticut
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) initiated the development of an Electric Vehicle Roadmap (EV Roadmap) for Connecticut., as recommended by the Comprehensive Energy Strategy issued on February 8, 2018. The EV Roadmap is anticipated to identify Connecticut-specific policies, programs, and strategies that the State of Connecticut should pursue to optimize deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) and associated infrastructure. Moreover, the EV Roadmap is intended to support development of a self-sustaining EV market, and ensure that increased electricity demand from EV deployment is a benefit rather than an impairment to the electric grid.

News & Events
EV Roadmap Technical Meeting Agenda &  Presentations
Panel 1- Public Infrastructure Today and into the Future: Kathy Kinsey, NESCAUM | Tom Ashley, Greenlots
Panel 2- Accelerating EV Adoption: Patrick Brown, The Hartford | Brett Williams, CSE
Panel 3- The Role of Time of Use Rates: Dana Lowell, M.J. Bradley & Associates | Kevin Miller, ChargePoint
Public comments pertaining to the EV Roadmap Technical Meeting may be submitted to the DEEP Energy Filings page or directly to the Office of Climate Change by February 21, 2019. 

 Drafts, Comments, & Stakeholder Information
Stakeholder Engagement
Scoping Meeting Presentation -December 14th, 2018
Public Comments and Filings
To view documents pertaining to the EV Roadmap or to post and view public comments please visit the DEEP Energy Filings page. 
No drafts are currently available.

For questions regarding the EV Roadmap please contact The Office of Climate Change or 860-827-2737.
Content last updated February 2019