Clean Fuels Ohio Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Overview Stuart Irwin Business Operations Mgr – Midwest Region
ClipperCreek, Inc. • In EV industry since 1993 • Manufactured in the USA • Ship charging infrastructure to the US, Europe and Asia • Developed 14 generations of EVSE’s • Over 20,000 shipped since January 2009 • Products field tested for over 15 years
ClipperCreek Products • CS Line - Public infrastructure product • Available from 30 to 75 amps cont. • Auto-Reclosureand Restart • NEMA 4 enclosure • Automatic Plug and charge • Cold-load pickup • LCS-25 residential, low cost Level 2 • Limited Power Locations • Residential/Light commercial • 20 amps cont., 208- 240 VAC • Full-power charging of today’s EV’s • NEMA 4 enclosure • ON Sale $495
Electric Vehicles Today Smart BEV Pilot Fleet Production 2013 Mercedes Dealers Nissan Leaf BEV 2011 To be built in Smyrna, TN Tesla Roadster BEV Supercar 2010 Mitsubishi iMiEV BEV Normal, IL Chevy Volt EREV 60, 000 Hamtramck Think City BEV Elkhart, IN
More & More To COME ! Ford Electric Focus BEV Summer 2012 Wayne Assembly, Detroit Fisker Karma PHEV Tesla S BEV Ground breaking vehicle July 2012 Ford C Max PHEV 2013 Toyota Prius PHEV Toyota RAV4 Electric Summer 2012
Electric & Plug-in Hybrid Trucks VIA Motors EREV Van, Ext Cab P/U Boulder Electric Vehicle Navistar EStar EV DesignLine Electric Bus Built in Charlotte, NC PHEV Utility Trucks Smith Electric
SAE-J1772 Automotive Charging Standard The Grid EVSE SAE J1772 Your EV or PHEV Level 2 Charge Station • Level 1 Portable Cord sets 120 V/15 A • Leve 1 permanently mounted convenience • Level 2 Home & commercial, 208-240V • Level 2 available in various power levels Level 1 Portable Cords
DC Charging Standards High Power High Voltage AC/DC Converter System The Grid Your EV • Level 3 = DC Fast Charging • Chademo = Japanese automakers • SAE DC Combo = US automakers
DC Charging Standards • ChadeMo – Nissan/Mitsubishi • SAE J1772 DC Combo –All others
Driving Range • Vehicle Performance • Variety – PHEV & EV • Design for Efficiency • Consumer acceptance
EV Charging Station Locators • Free EVSE Location data by GPS companies & Google • DOE Locator for public stations http://www.afdc.energy.gov • Cars are getting Smarter • Alternative fuel infrastructure Tax incentives for 2013
EVSE Variety What is a Networked EVSE?
Newest Products • Smart Grid compatible EV Charge Station • Itron & SEP 1.1 communications • Advanced EVSE Energy Metering & Monitoring • Utility grade sub-metering • Allows lower cost billing for EV charging • Customer can customize their charging plan • Public Access Control • Access control without “Networking” Cost • Unlimited flexibility for revenue generation • Compatible with: • Pay-by-space parking systems • Park Mobile/MobileNow pay-by-phone
Access Control Option • Liberty Plug-ins Access Control Option Issues access codes weekly, monthly to employees. Payroll deduction if necessary Credit Card: Pay-by-Phone using 800# for ParkMobile Customer issues access codes for 2 hour charging to visitors. Codes from Website
Access Control Option • Customer’s Existing Building System ClipperCreek CS40 • Uses existing customer ID cards • Using existing customer asset • Functions identical to access door • No recurring network cost • No 3rd party access cards • No new customer training or system • Lowest cost of operation • Customer manages access control
Energy Monitoring & Control • System Energy Monitoring & Control Features • EV Charging Energy usage & activity–real-time, history • Utility grade metering - critical capability • EVSE on/off control (demand-side control) • EV connected status to the EVSE indication • EVSEAlarm condition • Customizable website, Customizable reporting • Can be retrofit to existing ClipperCreek EVSE installations • EVSE functionality not dependent on the data system
Ann Arbor, MI Downtown Development City Parking Garages a2ev.powerdash.com • 18 ClipperCreek stations, 6 Parking structures • Pay to park, free charging • Energy & Activity Monitoring • Very high utilization by commuters and increasing • ClipperCreek Load management • Open standards for integration
ClipperCreek Level 2 Home Charger • LCS-25 Residential/Light Commercial Level 2 • 20 amps cont., 208 to 240 VAC • 4.8 kW • NEMA 4 enclosure • Wall mount • $495 !
Home Area Network – Home Appliance Utility Direct integration from Utility DR Program w/verification Revenue grade metering “Universal” solution Takes advantage of Utility SG Utility Backhaul In-Home Display Customer meter EVSE HAN repeater 19
Utility Grid Impact – Minimal and gradual growth in power demand • First passenger cars have low power requirements – 3 to 6kW • Power Utilities have Off-peak charging incentives – They Work! • Simply program you car to charge off-peak • Load management options like today’s Air conditioning systems • Utility program’s EVSE’s allow sub-metering and control But What about the Impact on the Power Grid?
Now What? • Vehicle Export Power • Vehicle to Home • Emergency Power • Portable Power
Future of Wireless Charging • SAE Compatibility standards are in early development • Critical technology issues to overcome • Safety • Electromagnetic Interference • Vehicle positioning • Emitter/receiver durability • Power transfer for commercial EV’s
Chevy Volt best customer satisfaction of Any Car • EV’s are better Cars – quiet, efficient, quick, simple, low maintenance, smarter • Consumers like the EV driving experience better • They change their behavior to suit the vehicle • More vehicle styling options • EV’s are a pathway to cleaner fuels – a Hydrogen future • EV keep getting cleaner and US fuels become cleaner So Why Buy a Plug-in Electric?
Stuart Irwin Business Operations Manager - Midwest stuart@ClipperCreek.net 248-408-4162