by Jeff St. John
June 08, 2018

Infrastructure and rebates, demand charge waivers and time-of-use tariffs, disadvantaged communities and third-party versus utility ownership, all in one package. We dive into the details of how California's $738 million utility EV infrastructure plan makes big changes to rates and rebates, focuses on the state's poverty-pollution nexus, and lays out the possibility of utilities owning behind-the-meter chargers someday — if the performance metrics prove it's worth it.