2019 MAISY EV, Battery, and Solar Utility Customer Databases Provide Detailed Household,
Dwelling Unit, Equipment, 8760 Hourly Loads, and Commuting Information for More than 7 Million Households.
Information Necessary to Assess Technologies, Markets and the Costs and Benefits of alternative EV,
Battery, Solar and Utility Strategies throughout the US.
Databases Include the Following Items For Each of 7 Million US Residential Household Records:
Click here to review a 4-page white paper using MAISY utility
customer data to evaluate SCE electric vehicle (EV) virtual power plant potential.
Databases Support the Following EV, Battery, Solar and Utility Loads Analysis:
All basic household/building/equipment
data for each customer record (Click here to review)
- 8760 whole building kW loads
- Statistically representative sample utility customers for utility service area, metro Area, state, region or the US
Additional EV-relevant variables for each household customer record including:
Number of vehicles
Detailed income categories
Presence of advanced electronics, etc.
Additional commuting variables for up to three adults in each household customer record including:
Morning work departure time
Morning commute duration
Evening return time
Evening commute duration
Optional extended data item
Individual customer ZIP code area
Jackson Associates (JA) Provides Consulting Support for All Database Purchases as Well as Project-based Analysis.
- Utility-level load support from customer EVs, batteries and solar resources
- Potential for virtual power plant (VPP) distributed resources to supply peak period loads
- Utility substation/feeder assessments of EV, solar and battery load impacts using individual customer data
- Load requirements and timing to charge EV's for individual utility customers based on departure/return and commute times
- Load clipping/sifting opportunities for residual battery storage during the day and post-commute using EV batteries
- Load impacts of solar systems
- Load clipping opportunities for solar/battery systems
- EV, battery, solar product design and market assessments
- Segmenting customers by income, load characteristics, geographic area, etc.
- Assessment of market potentials for distributed resource demand response programs
For Additional Information Contact:
Jerry Jackson, President
37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 500
Orlando, Fl 32801