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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
ENERGY POLICY
& GENERATION
MARKETS
ENVIRONMENT
& SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT
NETWORKS
& DISTRIBUTION
Task Force Electric Vehicles under Networks :
EV are Part of tomorrow’s smart distribution ne
Putting eMobility on the policy agenda since 2008
Eurelectric participates in several EU initiatives to
promote e-Mobility
CARS21
RDD projects
Expert Group
Future
Transport Fuels
M/468
A paradigm shift of energy & transport
Renewable
energy sources
Alternative
Drive trains
Sustainable
economy
Snapshot 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
European Electric Vehicle Congress - 26
Results of control strategies on grid
reinforcements
No control strategy
3.7 kW
Control strategy:
Unidirectional power flow
Bidirectional communication
Control strategy:
Bidirectional power flow
Bidirectional communication
3.7 kW
3.7 kW
11 kW
11 kW
11 kW
Smart charging in an absolute prerequisite
Has the customer an interest in V2G?
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
Customer key determinants
Price
Convenience
User friendliness
A integrated approach to deliver eMobility
responding to customer needs
Regulatory
Market
Standards
Framework
• Bringing
technologies
into the market
• Business models
• Harmonised
interface
• Communication
Protocols
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Demand side management
Customer incentives
Introduce low-carbon fuels
Green public procurement
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
 Connection of national / regional
projects
 Market place
 Interoperability and standards
National / regional
projects
EU project
Green eMotion
Proof technology
Proof of interoperability
Test of operation and
billing
Proof of protocols and
interfaces
First business models
Marketplace and advanced
services
Initial local consumer
awareness
Consumer awareness and
acceptance
Legislative
support
Policies and
regulation
Consumer
incentives
EU-wide
market
roll out
Mass market (start)
Standardised solutions
for vehicles
infrastructure,
network and IT
applications
Preconditions and user
acceptance
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, Rome
Research 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
Work Structure
Administrative WP: Dissemination (WP10), Project Management (WP11)
Ongoing
demonstration
projects
Technical WP
EU-wide
inventory
WP1 Synchronisation
of demonstration
regions
Electromoblity services /
ICT solutions
WP4
Grid EV-olution
WP8
WP5
WP2
Urban electromobility concepts
G4V,
MERGE,
EDISON
WP3
EU-wide
demonstration
Recharging infrastructure
Green eMotion
framework
demonstration
WP6
EV technology validation
Demonstration WP
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
Demonstration of European market place for e-Mobility
Envisioned Results
■ Promote common standards to allow electric vehicles to
be charged in the whole EU (M/468 CEN/CENELEC)
■ Encourage installation of public accessible charging
infrastructure
■ Promote the development of smart electricity grids
■ Implement pilot for a European market place for electro
mobility
■ Raise awareness and increase user acceptance for electro
mobility

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