1. Demand-response practices
(A) In general - Each electric utility shall promote demand-response and demand-flexibility practices by commercial, residential, and industrial consumers to reduce electricity consumption during periods of unusually high demand.
(B) Rate recovery - A nonregulated electric utility may establish rate mechanisms for the timely recovery of the costs of promoting demand-response and demand flexibility practices in accordance with subparagraph (A).
2. Electric vehicle charging programs
Each state shall consider measures to promote greater electrification of the transportation sector, including the establishment of rates that:
(A) Promote affordable and equitable electric vehicle charging options for residential, commercial, and public electric vehicle charging infrastructures.
(B) Improve the customer experience associated with electric vehicle charging, including by reducing charging times for light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles.
(C) Accelerate third-party investment in electric vehicle charging for light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles.
(D) Appropriately recover the marginal costs of delivering electricity to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.
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