The Electric Car, Driving Down Your Business

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The Transport Challenge
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Transport accounted for 21% of Northern
Ireland’s total GHG emissions in 2010
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90% of all transport emissions comes from
road transport
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65% of all transport emissions in 2010 came
from cars alone.
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NI has a dispersed rural population of 1.7
million and a very extensive road network of
25,000km per capita
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People in NI are very dependent on their
private car – over 80% commute to work by
car or van everyday
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63% of car journeys are less than 5 miles
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17% of car journeys are less than 1 mile
Proportion of Trips by Distance: 2009 - 2011
> 5 m iles
37%
< 1 m ile
17%
1 to 2 m iles
18%
2 to 5 m iles
28%
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The Policy Challenge
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NI Programme for Government target to reduce GHG emissions by 35% by 2025 (on
1990 baseline levels).
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In 2010, transport emissions in NI increased by 26% on 1990 levels.
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Fuel prices have increased by 39% in the past 3 years
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Electric vehicles are part of the solution.
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UK-wide ULEV Policy
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Minister Norman Baker launched the government’s
strategy to drive forward the ultra low emission vehicles
(ULEVs) industry in September 2013.
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Vision: By 2050 almost every car and van will be an
ultra low emission vehicle with the UK at the forefront of
their design, development and manufacture.
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£500 million of new capital investment between 2015
and 2020 to continue to support the development and
adoption of ULEVs in the UK.
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a growing fleet of, and private markets for, ultra low
emission vehicles (ULEVs)
a network of charging points and other infrastructure
making ULEVs an attractive proposition
the development of world class skills and facilities for the
development of ULEV technologies leading to global
export
a smarter electricity grid to benefit vehicle owners and the
electricity system
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What is ecar?
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The Infrastructure Strategy
180 HOME / WORK
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50 GOVERNMENT
FAST PUBLIC
RAPID
6 – 8 hours
AC 1Φ 16A Mode 3
Type 2/ fixed cable
1 - 6 hours*
AC 3Φ 32A Mode 3
Type 2
*Depends on the type of EV
80% in 20 minutes
DC 50kW
AC 3Φ 63A Mode 3
fixed cable (Future)
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Fast and Rapid Chargers
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320 no. 22kW AC Fast
Charge Points before
summer 2013
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2 AC points per post
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14 no. 50kW DC Rapid
Charge Points before
summer 2013
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1 AC and 1DC per post
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No part of Northern Ireland
is more than 30 miles from
a Rapid charge point
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Most will be no more than
10 miles from an ecar Fast
charge point
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EU TEN-T Funding
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ESB ecars and DRD were awarded
€1.9million to install a network of rapid
charge points in NI and RoI in August 2012.
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Created one of the first international EV
highways in the world between Dublin Belfast.
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Network of rapid charging points along key
inter-urban routes, connecting the roads
with other forms of transport such as rail,
ferries and air travel.
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46 rapid CP’s in RoI, 5 rapid CP’s in NI.
Banbridge, Belfast, Omagh, Enniskillen and
Derry/Londonderry
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EU funding proportioned to NI is
approximately £500,000, with 50% from the
TEN-T fund and 50% from OLEV.
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Interoperability
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Integrated charge point
management system
across NI and RoI
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CP’s in NI and RoI can be
accessed using the same
Access cards
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Payment system is being
developed with INTEL –
with delivery expected by
the end of this year
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Creating the ability to
charge internationally using
different currencies across
an EU border
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New website
• New website www.ecarni.com, Phone App, Cost calculator
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Good news
• Joint 1st Action Renewables Award for ‘Outstanding Work in the
Renewable Energy Sector in Northern Ireland’
• Finalist in the Climate Week Awards for ‘Best Initiative by a
Government Body’
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ecar Multi-Day Event
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6th, 7th, 8th March 13 at Titanic Belfast to
coincide with Climate Week
Day 1 – Education Day
260 school children (17-18yrs)
‘Great Electric Debate’ & prize-giving
EV Test-drives on ‘electric avenue’
David Meade EV related ‘mind-trick’
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Day 2 – Fleet Conference
Wide range of excellent speakers on
business incentives, tax incentives,
purchasing and leasing, charging points
Launch of Website and Phone App
Test-drives on ‘electric avenue’
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Day 3 – Public Test-drive event
Presentations and videos every hour
Test-drives on ‘electric avenue’
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Future look and challenges
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This year - 40 charge points in tourist
destinations/hotels to link with NITB
marketing
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UK TEN-T funding bid – rapid charge
point network linking NI and RoI with the
UK
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Ecar PAYG enabled CPMS and
payment system
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Create an ecar electricity Tariff and
booking system
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Titanic Event
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Thank You
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