Transatlantic Workshop on Electric vehicles and Grid Connectivity November 17th, 2010 Brussels, Belgium Eric Simmon
EV Charging Major Concerns • Charging points available when/where needed • Charger standardization • V2g communication standardization • Impact of charging load on grid • Peak load increase • Localized effects
V2G Interaction • Support for flexible charging scenarios (Roaming) • Charging on PEV rate plan at home, at work, at neighbors (within utility network) • Charging on plan on other utility networks • Using credit card or pay as you go on local or roaming networks • Privacy • Support for DR (Demand Response) • PEV charge control for load balancing • PEV as short term energy source for event response
V2G Standardization • Information model • Abstract common model can be used to develop implementation specific models • Communications system • Multiple communication systems to provide flexibility • Connector and socket • AC, DC • Charging system
SGIP Vehicle 2 Grid (V2G) • Strategic • V2G Domain Expert Working Group (DEWG) • Analyzing regulatory barriers, other related standards • Roaming requirements • V2G specific security and privacy issues • Any other strategic issue • Tactical • PAP-11 – Common Object Models • PAP-XX – Implementation specific V2G
Lower cost of equipment Less overhead for manufacturers Lower cost for consumers Easier system integration Improved vehicle choices Higher reliability Less testing Less complexity Why Global Harmonization?
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