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  • Strategic Planning to Implement Publicly Available EV Charging Stations: A Guide for Businesses and Policymakers 
    NASEO’s 2015 Report
    Key Findings: Three main factors could affect the financial viability of charging stations: consumers’ willingness to pay, the amount and type of infrastructure needed for a robust charging market, and that the locations that investors choose to place charging stations in a state. While there are challenges to the business case for charging infrastructure due to high upfront costs of equipment and installation, and demand uncertainty for charging services, public interventions, like grants, low-interest loans, and vehicle purchase incentives, charging stations can achieve profitability within five years.
  • Applying the Energy Service Company Model to Advance Deployment of Fleet Natural Gas Vehicles and Fueling Infrastructure
    Center for Climate and Energy Solution’s 2014 report 
    Key Findings: Public and institutional fleets may represent a significant opportunity for ESCO-like services built around performance contracting, and in the future, widespread access to public charging stations will change the services demanded by fleets.