Research and data gathered from eTRUC engagement and pilot site demonstrations will inform statewide corridor planning and development along key freight corridors that reside nearby and within low-income and disadvantaged communities (DAC). Corridor planning will factor the following data to support strategic deployment:

  • Benefits to priority populations
  • Environmental justice considerations
  • Travel volume estimates
  • Grid connection and optimized control
  • Site location and cost estimates
  • Distributed energy resources and on-site storage integration
  • Business model solutions

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