Consultant
Emily Rogers

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Emily Rogers

Emily Rogers joined E3 in 2021 after earning her master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Energy, Civil Infrastructure, and Climate Program at UC Berkeley. She primarily works in E3’s asset valuation and distributed energy resources practice areas.

Prior to joining E3, Emily worked as a research associate at the UC Berkeley Transportation Sustainability Research Center, where she compiled and analyzed data on zero emission bus models, infrastructure, and fleet management methods to guide California transit fleets in meeting the Innovative Clean Transit Regulation. Her master’s work focused on maintaining power system reliability with increasing transportation electrification and renewable energy integration. Working at E3 allows Emily to combine her love of the electricity grid with her desire to solve complex interdisciplinary challenges while contributing to a more sustainable energy future.

Outside of work, Emily is passionate about increasing diversity in STEM through volunteering and enjoys playing music, baking, and exploring the outdoors.

Education: MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley; BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern California

Projects

Electrification of Transportation Rate Design and Infrastructure Applications | Hawaiian Electric Company, 2020-2021

E3 supported the Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO) on four transportation electrification filings. First, E3 and its subcontractors Anser Advisory and Black & Veatch designed a program for HECO to build the make-ready infrastructure for electric buses to support electrification of transportation for transit, tourism, and other bus operators. Second, E3 designed two new electric vehicle charging rates, EV-J and EV-P, for commercial electric vehicle charging sites. E3 developed a rate design calculator and performed cost-benefit assessments to evaluate different rate designs and propose final rates that will support low-cost public EV charging in Hawaii. Third, E3 and its subcontractor Anser Advisory supported HECO in developing its Charge Ready Hawaii pilot program to deploy make-ready charging infrastructure for commercial and multi-unit dwelling locations. Finally, E3 and its subcontractors Anser Advisory and Atlas Public Policy supported HECO in developing a proposal to expand its public DC fast charging (DCFC) infrastructure pilot to build out 150 DCFC ports and 150 dual-port Level 2 charging stations across its service territory. These programs – three of which have been approved by the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission with the fourth project (DCFC program expansion) under review in 2022 – build on HECO’s Electrification of Transportation Roadmap and allow for HECO to support its customers in electrifying their vehicles and fleets.


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