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The demand side: what do the customers want? . Gunnar LORENZ Head of Unit Networks - EURELECTRIC. Outline . EURELECTRIC & activities on e-mobility A paradigm shift of energy & transport Bringing the customer on board Demonstrating eMobility in Europe: Green eMotion .

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the demand side what do the customers want

The demand side: what do the customers want?

Gunnar LORENZ

Head of Unit Networks - EURELECTRIC

outline
Outline
  • EURELECTRIC & activities on e-mobility
  • A paradigm shift of energy & transport
  • Bringing the customer on board
  • Demonstrating eMobility in Europe: Green eMotion
eurelectric activities on e mobility
Eurelectric & activities on e-mobility

MARKETS

ENVIRONMENT

& SUSTAINABLE

DEVELOPMENT

NETWORKS

& DISTRIBUTION

ENERGY POLICY

& GENERATION

Task Force Electric Vehicles under Networks:

EV are Part of tomorrow’s smart distribution ne

snapshot of tomorrow s smart energy system
European Electric Vehicle Congress - 26Snapshot of tomorrow’s smart energy system
  • Large scale integration of intermittent decentralised generation
  • - New types of loads connected to the distribution grid
  •  Evs, PVs
  • Demand side management
slide9

Results of control strategies on grid reinforcements

Control strategy:

Unidirectional power flow

Bidirectional communication

Control strategy:

Bidirectional power flow

Bidirectional communication

No control strategy

3.7 kW

3.7 kW

3.7 kW

11 kW

11 kW

11 kW

Smart charging in an absolute prerequisite

bringing customers on board
Bringing customers on board …
  • Off-peak charging schemes (22:00-06:00) with a price incentive compared to normal charging cost.
  • Low user acceptance is observed for participation in Vehicle-to-Grid scheme (V2G, bidirectional communication)
  • Financial benefits for user to join V2G
slide14

Green eMotion

  • Development of an European Framework for Electro-mobility

FP7 call TRANSPORT - 2010 TREN -1

42 partners

Project Start: March 2011

green emotion overall project aim
Green eMotion: Overall Project Aim

EU-wide market roll out

  • Connection of national / regional projects
  • Market place
  • Interoperability and standards

EU project Green eMotion

Proof of interoperability

Proof of protocols and interfaces

Marketplace and advanced services

Consumer awareness and acceptance

Legislative support

Policies and regulation

Consumer incentives

Mass market (start)

Standardised solutions for vehicles infrastructure, network and IT applications

Preconditions and user acceptance

National / regional projects

Proof technology

Test of operation and billing

First business models

Initial local consumer awareness

project consortium
Project Consortium

Industries:

Alstom, Better Place, Bosch, IBM, SAP, Siemens

Utilities:Danish Energy Association, EDF, Endesa, Enel, ESB, Eurelectric, Iberdrola, RWE, PPC

Electric Vehicle Manufacturers:BMW, Daimler, Micro-Vett, Nissan, Renault

Municipalities:Barcelona, Berlin, Bornholm, Copenhagen, Cork, Dublin, Malaga, Malmö, RomeResearch Institutions and Universities: Cartif, Cidaut, CTL, DTU, ECN, Imperial, IREC, RSE, TCD, Tecnalia

EV Technology Institutions: DTI, FKA, TÜV Nord

+ External Stakeholders to facilitate the access to information not held by the consortium, to

disseminate Green eMotion knowledge and encourage its application outside the consortium

slide17

Administrative WP: Dissemination (WP10), Project Management (WP11)

Ongoing demon-stration projects

EU-wide inventory

EU-wide demonstration

Technical WP

WP8

WP1

WP3

Synchronisation of demonstration regions

Green eMotion framework demonstration

Electromoblity services / ICT solutions

WP4

Grid EV-olution

WP2

Urban electro- mobility concepts

WP5

Recharging infrastructure

G4V, MERGE, EDISON

WP6

Demonstration WP

EV technology validation

WP7: Harmonisation of technology & standards

WP9: Technical, environmental, economic and social evaluation

Subject: Integrated European demonstration on electro-mobility – Vehicles, infrastructure, grid, IT applications, user acceptance

Work Structure

envisioned results
Envisioned Results
  • Promote common standardsto allow electric vehicles to be charged in the whole EU (M/468 CEN/CENELEC)
  • Encourage installation ofpublicaccessiblecharging infrastructure
  • Promote the development ofsmart electricity grids
  • Implement pilot for aEuropean market placefor electro mobility
  • Raise awarenessand increase user acceptancefor electro mobility