Utility of the Future Articles

Utilities Lead in Building Out EV Charging Networks

One of the biggest obstacles to wider adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is range anxiety and “charging deserts,” or disadvantaged areas where public charging stations are not readily available. Currently, there are 113,500 public charging outlets and 46,290 stations...

EV charging stations provided through public-private partnership

HomeServe participated in the October unveiling of the newly renovated "Courthouse Square in Texarkana USA,” which included the ribbon-cutting for two new Electric Vehicle charging stations installed on the square. Through a partnership between the City of Texarkana,...

Electric Vehicles Expand Energy Equity Opportunities

The transportation sector has been the largest CO2 producer in the United States since 2017 when it surpassed power generation, a sector which reduced CO2 emissions through the switch from coal to natural gas and growth in renewables. Transportation is currently...

IM Plugged In EV Incentive Program Announced by I&M Power

Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) recently announced its IM Plugged In program which will accelerate Indiana residents’ adaptation of electric vehicles by giving them an incentive for installing charging equipment and discounting electrical rates for those who charge...