In 2022, Charge Ahead Partnership was actively engaged in Public Utilities Commission of Nevada Docket 22-09006 (search for docket 22-09006). This docket concerned the Joint Petition of Nevada Power Company and Sierra Pacific Power Company for approval of amendments to the 2021 Joint Integrated Resource Plan to include a Transportation Electrification Plan (TEP) pursuant to Senate Bill 448. The proposed TEP included two concerning programs which could dissuade private investment in Nevada’s electric vehicle (EV) charging market: the Interstate Corridor Depot Program to deploy $22.7 million at 10 interstate corridor sites with 80 charging ports and the Urban Charging Depot Program to deploy $33.1 million for 12 sites with 120 charging ports in Nevada metropolitan areas. Both programs allow site hosts the choice of owning the EV charger or opting for a utility-owned turnkey solution. CAP’s comments encouraged the commission to not move forward with the programs as proposed and accordingly reject the provisions which would allow the utilities to own the charging stations.