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Electric Vehicles and Duke Energy: Utility Insights on the Advancement of Electric Transportation


The electric transportation revolution is happening now and electric utilities all over the country are helping advance this transformation. This presentation will provide insights from what Duke Energy has learned over the past few years and what Duke Energy is currently doing to encourage EV adoption. Come learn the basics of EVs and find out how electric transportation can benefit you and your organization.


  • High level electric vehicle and charging overview, including trends, registrations, and forecasts.
  • Dive into why Duke Energy is interested in EVs and what hurdles we are working through.
  • Describe the Duke Energy EV pilot structure (specific to the Midwest) and how it relates to AEE member interests. Pilot programs include DC Fast Charging, Commercial and Residential Level 2 Charging, and Electric School and Transit Buses.
  • Give the AEE members a call-to-action to get involved with EVs through ride and drives, workplace charging, EV charging management, and more... Non-commercial in nature.


Jordan Wallpe
Electric Transportation Manager
Duke Energy

Jordan Wallpe is the Electric Transportation Project Manager in the Midwest Region for Duke Energy.  He leads initiatives in transportation electrification which includes strategy development, deployment of infrastructure, and customer outreach throughout Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky service territories.His career started with Duke Energy Indiana in 2012 after graduating from Purdue University where he earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. He also holds an MBA from Indiana State University. He and his wife Carlee have two sons, Rhett and Briggs. Jordan enjoys being active, on-going learning, and supporting his wife’s flower truck business. They reside in Greensburg, IN.

Duke Energy, one of the largest electric power holding companies in the United States, supplies and delivers electricity to approximately 7.4 million customers in the Southeast and Midwest, representing a population of approximately 24 million people. The company also distributes natural gas to more than 1.5 million customers in the Carolinas, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Its commercial business operates a growing renewable energy portfolio and transmission infrastructure across the United States. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a S&P 100 Stock Index company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK. More information about the company is available at