Within three months after the effective date of this act, the Department of Public Utilities will open a proceeding to direct distribution companies to propose rate rebates for off-peak electric vehicle charging relative to on-peak charging that incorporate values for avoided energy and capacity costs, avoided transmission costs, avoided distribution costs, improved grid reliability, capacity benefits in the form demand induced price reduction effects (DRIPE), avoided greenhouse gas emissions, and public health benefits. Within six months of the opening of such a proceeding, the Department of Public Utilities shall direct the distribution companies to implement such rebates. Such discounts should be coordinated to minimize unnecessary differences between distribution companies.
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