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Chapter 142

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  142.1000.  Task force created, members, duties, meetings — written report, when — expiration date. — 1.  There is hereby created within the department of revenue the "Electric Vehicle Task Force" to consist of the following members:

  (1)  The director of the department of revenue, or his or her designee, who shall serve as chair;

  (2)  The chairman of the public service commission, or his or her designee, who shall serve as vice chair;

  (3)  The director of the department of transportation, or his or her designee;

  (4)  One member of the senate committee with jurisdiction over transportation matters, to be appointed by the president pro tempore of the senate;

  (5)  One member of the house of representatives committee with jurisdiction over transportation matters, to be appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives;

  (6)  One member of the senate committee with jurisdiction over transportation matters, to be appointed by the minority floor leader of the senate;

  (7)  One member of the house of representatives committee with jurisdiction over transportation matters, to be appointed by the minority floor leader of the house of representatives;

  (8)  One representative of the trucking or heavy vehicle industry, to be appointed by the president pro tempore of the senate;

  (9)  One representative of electric vehicle manufacturers or dealers, to be appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives;

  (10)  One representative of conventional motor vehicle manufacturers or dealers, to be appointed by the president pro tempore of the senate;

  (11)  One representative of the petroleum industry or convenience stores, to be appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives;

  (12)  One representative of electric vehicle charging station manufacturers or operators, to be appointed by the president pro tempore of the senate; and

  (13)  One representative of electric utilities, to be appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives.

  2.  The task force shall analyze the following in the context of transportation funding, and make recommendations as to any actions the state should take to fund transportation infrastructure in anticipation of more widespread adoption of electric vehicles:

  (1)  Removal or mitigation of barriers to electric vehicle charging, including strategies, such as time-of-use rates, to reduce operating costs for current and future electric vehicle owners without shifting costs to electric ratepayers who do not own or operate electric vehicles;

  (2)  Strategies for managing the impact of electric vehicles on, and services provided for electric vehicles by, the electricity transmission and distribution system;

  (3)  Electric system benefits and costs of electric vehicle charging, electric utility planning for electric vehicle charging, and rate design for electric vehicle charging;

  (4)  The appropriate role of electric utilities with regard to the deployment and operation of electric vehicle charging systems;

  (5)  How and on what terms, including quantity, pricing, and time of day, charging stations owned or operated by entities other than electric utilities will obtain electricity to provide to electric vehicles;

  (6)  What safety standards should apply to the charging of electric vehicles;

  (7)  The recommended scope of the jurisdiction of the public service commission, the department of revenue, and other state agencies over charging stations owned or operated by entities other than electric utilities;

  (8)  Whether charging stations owned or operated by entities other than electric utilities will be free to set the rates or prices at which they provide electricity to electric vehicles, and any other issues relevant to the appropriate oversight of the rates and prices charged by such stations, including transparency to the consumer of those rates and prices; and

  (9)  The recommended billing and complaint procedures for charging stations;

  (10)  Options to address how electric vehicle users pay toward the cost of maintaining the state's transportation infrastructure, including methods to assess the impact of electric vehicles on that infrastructure and how to calculate a charge based on that impact, the potential assessment of a charge to electric vehicles as a rate per kilowatt hour delivered to an electric vehicle, varying such per-kilowatt-hour charge by size and type of electric vehicle, and phasing in such per-kilowatt-hour charge;

  (11)  The accuracy of electric metering and submetering technology for charging electric vehicles;

  (12)  Strategies to encourage electric vehicle usage without shifting costs to electric ratepayers who do not own or charge electric vehicles; and

  (13)  Any other issues the task force considers relevant.

  3.  The department of revenue shall provide such research, clerical, technical, and other services as the task force may require in the performance of its duties.

  4.  The task force may hold public meetings at which it may invite testimony from experts, or it may solicit information from any party it deems may have information relevant to its duties under this section.

  5.  No later than December 31, 2022, the task force shall provide to the general assembly and the governor a written report detailing its findings and recommendations, including identifying any recommendations that may require enabling legislation.

  6.  Members shall serve on the task force without compensation, but may, at the discretion of the director of the department of revenue, be reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties as members of the task force.

  7.  The task force shall expire on December 31, 2022.

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(L. 2021 S.B. 262)


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