Argonne National Laboratory’s (ANL) CHECT is a new decision-support tool for property owners, private companies, and utilities considering the installation of EV charging hubs. The tool estimates the levelized cost of charging ($/kWh) for various EV charging hub scenarios considering different charging technologies, ownership models, and local utility rates.

Covering 50 states and their utilities, with either commercial or residential rate types (flat, time of use, and EV), CHECT allows users to input ownership model (residential, utility, or private company), service type (multi-unit dwellings or public), number and type of chargers (Level 1, Level 2, and/or DC fast-charging). In this webinar, Clean Cities coalition directors, staff, and stakeholders will learn more about the tool from ANL’s Yan (Joann) Zhou and Noah Horesh.

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