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Electric vehicle study sees opportunity for utilities

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A study conducted by the Boston Consulting Group, suggests a significant jump in consumer demand for electric cars, which still accounts for only a small proportion of car sales in the United States.

According to BCG estimates, by 2030, from 20 to 30 percent of all sales of new cars in the United States will be electric or hybrid gasoline-electric vehicles. According to the InsideEVs.com website, last year, hybrids with plug-ins and clean electric vehicles accounted for just 2 percent of all US auto sales.

BCG predicts that by 2030, up to 12 percent of all vehicles on US roads will connect to hybrid or pure electric, which will increase the "current network capacity” when charging in certain places or at certain times of the day.

The study authors suggested that utilities are considering expanding the range of their services and are exploring options such as subscription services that set a fixed charge for an EV charge, giving customers a free home charger that automatically charges the car for the night and during off-peak times.

Municipal services were also urged to consider the provision of consulting services, as well as software solutions for both consumers and commercial customers, for energy management and fleet management.


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