Government and utility funded EV charging station deployment programs are expanding rapidly. Evaluation, measurement and verification of the performance of these public and utility programs requires substantial data collection and processing efforts. A common specification for these data which standardizes input data, processing, and outputs can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of public or ratepayer funded charging programs. Common data reporting requirements across funding programs can reduce compliance burdens for obligated parties.
We’re developing the specification on GitHub. Take a look and add your voice to this important work!
Update: September 2023
For State Departments of Transportation and others involved in administering the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program or other programs governed by rules defined in Title 23 Chapter I Subchapter G Part 680, Atlas Public Policy has produced a guide and model language for using the charging use specification in contracts, requests for proposal, and other program documents.