I am looking for numbers on how effective various PEV (plug-in electric vehicle) incentives are. Know of any? I hope to write a report that will assist stakeholders in deciding which incentives to provide. I have a very broad definition of “incentive” – basically anything that somebody can do to try to get more people to buy PEVs. That could include: direct financial – discounts, rebates, tax credits/deductions/waivers, etc indirect financial – favorable electric rate plans, discounted charger, free charging, loyalty/reward program, dealer spiffs, etc convenience – premium parking, HOV lane access, etc infrastructure – charger at home or work, widespread public L1/L2, DC metro or corridor buildout, etc outreach – advertising, mailings, social media, event booths, ride/drive events, etc I am interested in any attempt to measure how effective these incentives are at getting people to buy a PEV – surveys, incentive take rates, comparative sales rates, etc. While I will be pleased to find precise numbers (like, “78% increase”), don’t worry, I understand that the numbers are not necessarily accurate – there are just too many confounding factors. I will consider that in my analysis, which will not attempt to produce precise numbers. I have a very long list of places to look for this sort of info; in fact there is so much PEV info out there these days (a good thing!) I fear I will miss valuable data as I attempt to sift through the piles of information in a time-effective manner. So if you recall an interesting study and send me a pointer to make sure I don’t miss it, I would greatly appreciate it!