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EV Everywhere Grand Challenge, US Department of Engergy

  1. 1. EV Everywhere Grand Challenge U.S. Department of Energy David Sandalow, Under Secretary of Energy (Acting) and Assistant Secretary for Policy & International Affairs Dr. David Danielson, Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 1
  2. 2. Natural Gas < 1% Biofuels 5% Petroleum 94% U.S. Transportation Fuel Share Transportation Sector Depends on Oil
  3. 3. Current Avg. $3.49 (as of July 23)* High gasoline prices are a burden on American families. *Source: EIA Gasoline prices are high
  4. 4. http://www.eia.gov/petroleum/data.cfm#imports U.S. oil imports: ~$1 billion per day
  5. 5. Cars Trucks 15 20 25 30 35 40 new combined standard 35.5 mpg by 2016 Projected to reduce oil consumption by about 1.8 billion barrels over the lifetime of vehicles sold in next 5 years 54.5 mpg by 2025 New Fuel Economy Standards
  6. 6. Johnson Controls Lebanon,OR Saft America Inc. Jacksonville, FL Exide Tech. Bristol, TN Columbus, GA Novolyte Tech. Inc. Zachary, LA FutureFuel Chemical Co. Batesville, AR EnerG2, Inc. Albany, OR Chemetall Foote Corp. Silver Peak, NV Johnson Controls Holland, MI Milwaukee, WI Celgard, LLC Charlotte, NC Concord, NC Chemetall Foote Corp. Kings Mtn, NC East Penn Mfg. Co. Lyon Station, PA TOXCO Inc. Lancaster, OH LG Chem, MI Holland, MI BASF Catalysts, LLC Elyria, OH Recovery Act – Battery and Electric Drive Award Distribution Raw Materials Cell Component Cell Fabrication Pack Assembly Recycling Drive Subcomponents Drive Components & Subcomponents Battery Projects Electric Drive Projects EnerDel Inc. Indianapolis, IN UQM Longmont, CO Kemet Simpsonville, SC Delphi Kokomo, IN Remy, Inc Pendleton, IN Anderson, IN Toda America Inc. Battle Creek, MI Magna Grand Blanc, MI Auburn Hills, MI Muncie, IN Allison Trans, Inc Indianapolis, IN Powerex, Inc Youngwood, PA SBE Inc. Barre, VT A123 Systems, Inc. Livonia, MI Romulus, MI General Motors LLC Brownstown, MI DOW Kokam, MI LLC Midland, MI HTTM Holland, MI Waterbury, CT Ford Motor Comp Sterling Hts, MI General Motors Wixom, MI Pyrotek Inc. Sanborn, NY Honeywell Intl. Inc. Buffalo, NY Metropolis, IL
  7. 7. • Goal: Deployment of 20,000+ charging stations supporting 13,000 plug-in vehicles • Approximately 11,000 EVSEs and nearly 7,000 vehicles as of mid-June, 2012 Recovery Act – Largest charging infrastructure deployment in history
  8. 8. • Detailed data analysis provides insight regarding real-world PEV usage, charge infrastructure utilization, and grid impacts • 113,000 PHEV/EV miles and 4,430 charging events documented per day Recovery Act – Data collection and analysis on thousands of vehicles and EVSEs
  9. 9. National Community Deployment Challenge • $1bn for 10-15 community alt vehicle programs • Builds on $8.5M in community readiness grants announced by DOE in 2011 to accelerate installation of EV infrastructure Advanced vehicle tax credit • Allow transfer credit to dealer or financier, allowing consumers to benefit at point-of-sale • Remove cap on number of vehicles per manufacturer & phase out credit at end of decade • Increase maximum amount from $7,500 to $10,000 The President’s FY13 Budget includes $650M to further vehicle and battery technology development at the Energy Department President Obama announces Deployment Challenge President Obama Announces New Initiatives
  10. 10. “Big Hairy Audacious Goal”: Enable plug-in electric vehicles that are as affordable and convenient as today’s gas- powered vehicles by 2022. President Obama announced the EV Everywhere Challenge on March 7, 2012 EV Everywhere Grand Challenge 10
  11. 11. The Unites States is in a fierce race to be the inventor and manufacturer of clean energy technologies that can drive our future economic growth and national security. The Department of Energy is identifying the most critical grand challenges in clean energy technology. ...including innovation in technology, business models, finance and policy Why do we want/need Grand Challenges? 11
  12. 12. Re-evaluate and Refine Existing Technical Goals Realize Vision of EV Everywhere Scientists Engineers Businesses Frame R&D Pathways Recruit the Best and Brightest Americans EV Everywhere Workshops 12 Increased Performance Decreased Cost
  13. 13. Framing the Challenge • June 21: Kick Off (Dearborn, MI) Deep Dive Technical Workshops to identify pathways to success • July 24-26: Battery and Electric Components (Chicago, IL) • Yesterday: Consumer Acceptance and Charging Infrastructure (Los Angeles, CA) • September: Vehicle Design (Washington, DC) 13 EV Everywhere Workshops
  14. 14. EV-Everywhere Impacts? Who knows? 14 Non-economic drivers/psychological factors of PEV consumer adoption? Pack-level battery innovation? Beyond Li-ion battery technology? Disruptive approaches to fast-charge/battery-swap? Wide bandgap crystal growth? Innovations for grid stability for fast charge? Autonomous vehicle control to enable ultra-lightweight PEV’s? New vehicle ownership/usage models? New non-rare earth magnet/motor designs? Workplace Charging Challenge? HOV Access for EV’s?
  15. 15. Workplace Charging 15 A piece of the puzzle An important part of the deployment strategy for electric vehicles
  16. 16. Workplace Charging • Goal: facilitate employee purchase of EVs • How can corporate workplaces help? – Provide 1 parking space with EV charging per X employees or parking spaces – Preferential parking locations for EV chargers – Other innovative employee incentives for EV ownership – Appointment of primary charging lead within organization and corporate buy in from C- suite 16
  17. 17. What can DOE do to help? Ideas Wanted! Contacts: david.sandalow@hq.doe.gov david.danielson@ee.doe.gov patrick.davis@ee.doe.gov sarah.olexsak@ee.doe.gov 17