e-mobility @Daimler
Our natural resource oil is not endless




2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt   Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept   1
Urbanization is rapidly progressing….


1900 largest city : London 6,5 Million




                                       ...
…and urban mobility is leaving it’s mark




2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt   Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept   3
… this is leading to more and more restrictions..


                                                          London daily...
… and increased, aggressive regulations…


CO2 Limit 2015 ~ 130 g CO2 /km




                                            ...
… means that the electrification of the power train is inevitable!




2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt   Mercedes-Benz...
smart Electric Drive

         Specification smart ed 2010

         Range:                 135 km
         Top speed:    ...
Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL - The family electric car for
              urban areas
                                     ...
Mercedes-Benz Vito E-CELL: first factory finished van with
              battery-electric drive
                          ...
2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt   Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept   10
To reach these CO2-Targets all powertrain options to be
              realized




                                       ...
Three main challenges addressed in current EV market
              introductions

               1.        Makes EVs attra...
First Challenge: Price




2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt    Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept   13
EVs economical*, when scale effects are achieved, especially
              for batteries


                               ...
The lower running costs over time need to be tangible for our
              customers


                                  ...
We are offering our customers premium EV solutions from one
              source
   • On-board-charger                    ...
To offer these solutions, we have developed new cooperation
              models




                                     ...
Three main challenges addressed in current EV market
              introductions

               1. Makes EVs attractive a...
Challenge #2: Low cost, fast charging everywhere




2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt   Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concep...
Not everyone can charge at home and overnight

USA: New family homes without a
Garage, 1971; 20%, 2009; 4%




           ...
Different than in the USA, most smart customers in
              Germany do not have own private parking space

        * ...
Charging infrastructure must be oriented on regional mobility
              norms….
                 NYC                  ...
…. but also needs to be low cost and aesthetically pleasing




2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt   Mercedes-Benz E-Mobi...
Charge times are major draw back for EVs. Intelligent
              solutions solve this problem.


            6 Stunden
...
For high charging power some of the charging components may be
 shifted to the infrastructure to contain vehicle cost and ...
The need for load management on distribution transformer
   level heavily depends on the grid architecture




           ...
While Type Y countries can more easily absorb a growing
              number of EVs, Type B countries may have to upgrade
...
Grid operators in Type B countries prefer dedicated fast
              charging to avoid a need of widespread transformer ...
Different solutions for similar use cases on different continents
    •1 Phase 3kW (16A) 7kW (32A) 14kW (64A)
            ...
Current Status Charging Connectors
       Type1 and Type 2 charging connectors will be offered depending on the
       AC ...
Daimler driving standardization
Commitment of OEMs, utilities and
suppliers for one connector standard
• One connector des...
Low cost, fast charging, intelligent charging system installed in
              Berlin
                                   ...
Three main challenges addressed in current EV market
              introductions

               1. Makes EVs attractive a...
Challenge #3: Intelligent communication between the vehicle
              and the grid


                                 ...
“Plug and Charge” no coins, no credit cards,
      payment and billing is automatic

                                     ...
Why global standardization is needed…

                                      All cars can charge at all
                  ...
Two options for charging: Charge now or
              economically optimized charging

                                   ...
Smart Charging connectivity options

                                                                     3
              ...
Three primary functionalities of smart charge communication
                                      • Grid and energy mix (g...
Communication protocols to be shared freely within
      all projects to be further developed and optimized
              ...
Application Layer: Message Sequence
      Identification Request/Response
      Service Discovery Request/Response
      P...
Application Layer: Message Contents
        SmartCharge                   Identification (EVSE, Meter)        Electronic V...
SmartCharge communication pathway for Berlin system


                                      Internet

                    ...
Technical concept for first pilot projects in Germany,
      Netherlands, Italy, Spain, UK, US …
    • HomePlug 1.0 turbo ...
Automatic payment based on contract ID stored in the vehicle, easiest
 customer oriented solution (Mobile Phone concept)
 ...
Personalized access to vehicle while charging



                      http://ed.smart.com         http://ed.smart.com    ...
Joint ISO/IEC Vehicle2Grid Communication Interface

                                       ISO/IEC agreement concerning th...
Open standards for Smart Charge Communication
                Layer                     Data Communication Requirements   ...
E-mobility project in Berlin to prepare the infrastructure
                                                               ...
E-mobility concept to be repeated in Italy
                                                                         Italy ...
View of entire eco-system needed for successful market
   launch
                                       • Vehicle and Batt...
Power        392 kW
Torque       880 Nm
0 - 60 mph   ≈4s
CO2          0 g/mile




Thank you for your attention !
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

B. McBeth, "e-Mobility @ Daimler," in Electric Vehicle Integration Into Modern Power Networks, DTU, Copenhagen, 2010

4,692 views

Published on

0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
4,692
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
7
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
137
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

B. McBeth, "e-Mobility @ Daimler," in Electric Vehicle Integration Into Modern Power Networks, DTU, Copenhagen, 2010

  1. 1. e-mobility @Daimler
  2. 2. Our natural resource oil is not endless 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 1
  3. 3. Urbanization is rapidly progressing…. 1900 largest city : London 6,5 Million 2015 largest city : Tokyo 36,2 Million 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 2
  4. 4. …and urban mobility is leaving it’s mark 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 3
  5. 5. … this is leading to more and more restrictions.. London daily congestion charge: $13 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 4
  6. 6. … and increased, aggressive regulations… CO2 Limit 2015 ~ 130 g CO2 /km Target 2020 ~ 95g CO2 /km 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 5
  7. 7. … means that the electrification of the power train is inevitable! 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 6
  8. 8. smart Electric Drive Specification smart ed 2010 Range: 135 km Top speed: 100 km/h EU Weight: gasoline vehicle + 80 kg Packaging: motor/1-speed gear box/power unit in rear battery below vehicle floor. E-motor: 30 kW constant, 45 kW Peak (30 s) Battery: Li-Ion, 17,3 kWh useable, 35 kW constant, 55 kW Peak Charger: single phase 3 kW onboard 120/230V Heating/cooling: HV-PTC heater, electric Air Conditioning Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 7 27
  9. 9. Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL - The family electric car for urban areas • Locally emission-free, exclusively battery- powered electric vehicle with a range of more than 200 kilometers NEDC (new European driving cycle). • Two liquid-cooled lithium-ion batteries with 36 kWh storage capacity. • Continuous power rating 50 kW, Peak power 70kW • Power electronics with integrated DC/DC converter for 12-volt supply. • First vehicle in its class to be fitted with an intelligent charging management system based on “Smart Charge Communication” • THERMOTRONIC air-conditioning and pre- start climate control via charging plug. • Series production run of 500 units to start in autumn 2010. 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 8
  10. 10. Mercedes-Benz Vito E-CELL: first factory finished van with battery-electric drive • Electric motor, a permanent synchronous unit, continuous output of 60 kW and a peak output of 70 kW. Maximum torque is 280 Nm. • Battery nominal voltage of 360 volts. Total capacity 36 kWh, 32 kWh are available to power the vehicle Range 130 km, • On Board Charger 6.1 kW, charged at 380/400 volt mains. • Vito E-CELL features a Smart Charge Communication Unit (SCCU) as standard, making intelligently controlled charging possible. This ensures that within the defined period, the van is charged precisely when the energy providers supply "green" electrical power at off-peak, overnight rates. The • Production of a small series of 100 Vito E-CELL 2010 • 2000 units are planned from 2011 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 9
  11. 11. 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 10
  12. 12. To reach these CO2-Targets all powertrain options to be realized NEW Business Models needed 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 11
  13. 13. Three main challenges addressed in current EV market introductions 1. Makes EVs attractive and marketable 2. Design charging system for low cost fast charging everywhere 3. Design system for intelligent smart charging 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 12
  14. 14. First Challenge: Price 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 13
  15. 15. EVs economical*, when scale effects are achieved, especially for batteries … running costs for EV costs in 2018 are customer near Consequence higher, but… conventional engines + ~60% 21.800€ 19,3k Make TCO 13.600€ + ~9% advantage tangible for EV customers ++ Battery 25 ++ Initial costs 27 + Charger, E/E - - Elec vs. Gasct/km - ICE ct/km ICE 2018 EV 2018 ICE 2018 EV 2018 * Based upon averaged figures from recent studies: Roland Berger, BCG, McKinsey, Credit Suisse and Oliver Wyman 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 14
  16. 16. The lower running costs over time need to be tangible for our customers conventional EV/PHEV/REX One time Vehicle costs without Battery Battery + Elec.+ EV-Services Running Costs 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 15
  17. 17. We are offering our customers premium EV solutions from one source • On-board-charger • Advanced Battery • On-board- Vehicle Battery Services communication technology • … • Charging cable • … • Smart Charge Communication • Tailored EV- Electricity charging • Routing, Services & solutions Reservation Charging Billing • Individual vehicle • Remote Vehicle electricity Services management • … 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 16
  18. 18. To offer these solutions, we have developed new cooperation models Vehicle Battery EV- Charging • Synergies with Services existing „Telematic“ solutions • Routing-Services: „New Partners” 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 17
  19. 19. Three main challenges addressed in current EV market introductions 1. Makes EVs attractive and marketable 2. Design charging system for low cost fast charging everywhere 3. Design system for intelligent smart charging 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 18
  20. 20. Challenge #2: Low cost, fast charging everywhere 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 19
  21. 21. Not everyone can charge at home and overnight USA: New family homes without a Garage, 1971; 20%, 2009; 4% 93% of Berlin residents do not have a privately owned garage 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 20
  22. 22. Different than in the USA, most smart customers in Germany do not have own private parking space * 120% 28%48% 56% 70% 53% 83% 100% 96% 100% *120% 100% 100% 80% 80% 60% 60% 40% 40% 20% 20% 0% 0% smart smart MB A/B MB A/B MB total MB total smart MB total MB total Primary Second Primary Second Primary Second Second Primary Second Car Car Car Car Car Car Car Car Car public parking Street parking rented parking space Rented garage Own parking space Own garage 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 21
  23. 23. Charging infrastructure must be oriented on regional mobility norms…. NYC ROME 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 22
  24. 24. …. but also needs to be low cost and aesthetically pleasing 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 23
  25. 25. Charge times are major draw back for EVs. Intelligent solutions solve this problem. 6 Stunden 2-3 kW 1 Stunde 22 kW 30 Minuten 43 kW 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 24
  26. 26. For high charging power some of the charging components may be shifted to the infrastructure to contain vehicle cost and weight Typical block diagram for EV charging (Ubatt < Upeak) DC DC DC AC (PFC) On-board AC Interface between On-board regulated DC vehicle and infrastructure Off-board regulated DC 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 25
  27. 27. The need for load management on distribution transformer level heavily depends on the grid architecture Type B: 100 – 127 V single phase and 200 to 254 V dual phase (split phase transformers) Type Y: 220 – 240 V single phase and 380 to 415V three phase (three phase transformers) 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 26
  28. 28. While Type Y countries can more easily absorb a growing number of EVs, Type B countries may have to upgrade transformers more quickly Typical transformer Germany Typical transformer Japan (Type Y) (Type B) Larger substation Small pole mounted transformer transformer 660 kW ca. 20 kW ca. 150 homes ca. 3 - 5 homes per transformer per transformer • Transformer can easily absorb some vehicles • Even one or two vehicles with high power charging at high power levels without overload chargers (>6 kW) can overload a transformer • As the number of households is high, the risk • As number of households is low, the risk that all that all households charge at the same time is households charge at the same time is high low 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 27
  29. 29. Grid operators in Type B countries prefer dedicated fast charging to avoid a need of widespread transformer upgrades Germany (Type Y) Japan (Type B) AC up to 43kW DC > 50kW AC up to 6kW DC > 7 – 100 kW or On or off-board regulation of voltage TBD • Single/three phase AC charging at home • Single phase AC charging mainly at home and company parking lots • Three phase AC charging in public • Small number of DC charge spots as • DC charging at filling stations for range safety net (peace of mind for customer) extension (<5% of total energy demand) 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 28
  30. 30. Different solutions for similar use cases on different continents •1 Phase 3kW (16A) 7kW (32A) 14kW (64A) High power •3 Phase 11kw (16A) 22kW (32A) 43kW (63A) Minimal Standard Opportunity Emergency "Range extension" •Grandma's house •Own garage •Shopping mall •Curbside •Highway filling stations •Curbside •Gym •Employee parking No better option Over night, at work While shopping Wait at spot Wait at spot available 95% in 6h 50% in 30 min. 30 km in 10 min. 80% in 10 min. Two inlets required DC AC IEC 62196-2 Type 1 CHAdeMO JP SAE J1772 Combo AC/DC Type 1 US IEC 62196-2 Type 2 AC EU/China IEC 62196-2 Type 2 DC Como AC/DC Type 2 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 29
  31. 31. Current Status Charging Connectors Type1 and Type 2 charging connectors will be offered depending on the AC situation in the different markets. 1-phase (households): Type 1 connector preferred 3-phase (households): Type 2 connector preferred mixed Standardization in IEC 62196-2 Type 1: Type 2: 1-phase 1- to 3-phase 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 30
  32. 32. Daimler driving standardization Commitment of OEMs, utilities and suppliers for one connector standard • One connector design for world-wide typical voltage and amp levels • Charge capability up to 43kW • Low cost, robust connector design, with redundant safety levels • Locking of connector for safety and theft • Support of digital communication between vehicle and charging spot Setting the right standards now creates a benefit for all players and helps optimize our own activities Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 31
  33. 33. Low cost, fast charging, intelligent charging system installed in Berlin Power • 1 or 3 phase / 16 to 32A for home charging (depending on household service connection) • 3 phase 32 or 63A for public charging Berlin charge station map Wall mounted charge Protection spot for home charging • Fuse • GFCI (ground fault) IEC618651 • Ground wire detection Mode 3 • PWM max. power signal Communication • Powerline communication to vehicle Pole charge spot • GSM/UMTS communication to infrastructure for public charging 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 32
  34. 34. Three main challenges addressed in current EV market introductions 1. Makes EVs attractive and marketable 2. Design charging system for low cost fast charging everywhere 3. Design system for intelligent smart charging 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 33
  35. 35. Challenge #3: Intelligent communication between the vehicle and the grid Hur är vädret? Es mucho viento! I’m ready to charge!? 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 34
  36. 36. “Plug and Charge” no coins, no credit cards, payment and billing is automatic I have an electricity Welcome! Battery is full at Standardized contract. 4.32 p.m. communication 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 35
  37. 37. Why global standardization is needed… All cars can charge at all charge points worldwide! 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 36
  38. 38. Two options for charging: Charge now or economically optimized charging Daytime Tariffs Nighttime Tariffs 5:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 1. Charge now! 2. End of Charge 6:00 11:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. (economically optimized) Wait 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 37
  39. 39. Smart Charging connectivity options 3 GS M M GS PLC/DSL Private charging 2 PLC PLC /DS L/G SM 1 Public charging PLC 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 38
  40. 40. Three primary functionalities of smart charge communication • Grid and energy mix (green) optimized charging • Improve battery life through intelligent charging Optimized • “Plug and charge” Charging • Customer defined “End of Charge”, to maximize vehicle availability • System oriented on well-known mobile phone functionality Automatic • Simple contract with electricity supplier Payment • Automatic billing and Billing • “Roaming” • Safe and private payment through public/private Key security • Mobile access to important vehicle parameters (State-of- Value Charge, range, charging profile) Added • Online tracking of contract/payment information Services 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 39
  41. 41. Communication protocols to be shared freely within all projects to be further developed and optimized Vehicle data.: • contract ID • private/public key connect charge cord charging unit utility1 utility2 utility3 … 1 establish network connection (HomePlug, Ethernet, IP) 2 E 3 discover charging unit within network ID connect charging unit (TCP) and encrypt connection (SSL/TLS) DW RL 4 5 charging session initialization (Session-ID) O W 6 service discovery (billing options, add. services) Z ED power discovery (amount of energy, charging time, DI Determine clearing AR 7 contract id, pricing table) 8 house (billing URI) ND determine account TA lock charging cord 9 provided energy 10 S is charged to 11 B E transfer initial meter information T O power delivery (optimized charging profile) 12 charging charging cyclically validate consumed energy 13 finalize charging process, unlock cord 14 send charging bill 15 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 40
  42. 42. Application Layer: Message Sequence Identification Request/Response Service Discovery Request/Response Power Discovery Request/Response Initialization Line Lock Request/Response Metering Status Request/Response Metering Receipt Request/Response Power Delivery Request/Response Metering Status Request/Response Loop: Charge Metering Receipt Request/Response Power Delivery Request/Response End Line Lock Request/Response 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 41
  43. 43. Application Layer: Message Contents SmartCharge Identification (EVSE, Meter) Electronic Vehicle Comm. Unit Status (EVSE, Meter) Supply (SCCU) Encryption Equipment (EVSE) Signature (EVSE, Meter) Line Current Grid Voltage Tariff information Currency Meter Reading Additional Services Time + Time Zone Departure Time Protocol version Session Id Vehicle Id (Not VIN) Vehicle status Signature Charge Profile (End of Charge, Energy Amount, Charge Power) Contract (id, key, signature) Energy provider Selected Tariff Meter receipt Encryption 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 42
  44. 44. SmartCharge communication pathway for Berlin system Internet Power Data Ethernet Power + Data Interface OBU Utility HomePlug Utility specific ECU 1.0 + Turbo HomePlug Cluster FleaBox Interface Interface 1.0 +Turbo Utility Ground wire Motor, RCD Charger Battery, BMS Meter detection Inverter + contactor 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 43
  45. 45. Technical concept for first pilot projects in Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, UK, US … • HomePlug 1.0 turbo communication interface between vehicle and charge spot • 3G connection between vehicle and Daimler • Same TCP/IP based communication protocol between vehicle and charge spot / control center for all pilot projects • Country/utility specific interface between charge spot and utility (charge spot as gateway) • Implementation in dedicated ECU with CAN interface 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 44
  46. 46. Automatic payment based on contract ID stored in the vehicle, easiest customer oriented solution (Mobile Phone concept) After plug-in at an intelligent charge spot the contract-ID is sent to the service provider for authentication Establish network connection Electricity service provider contract vehicle Provide contract data Start charging Contract data is part of the contract with the service provider. Vehicle Electricity Contract All vehicles are delivered with a predefined data set. Contract data set: • contract-ID (e.g. DE-AA-12345-P) • contract public key (e.g. IIDFDCCAn2gAwIB… ca. 90 char.) • contract private key 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 45
  47. 47. Personalized access to vehicle while charging http://ed.smart.com http://ed.smart.com http://ed.smart.com 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 46
  48. 48. Joint ISO/IEC Vehicle2Grid Communication Interface ISO/IEC agreement concerning the work of ISO/TC22 „Road Vehicles“ ISO IEC in the electro technical field TC22 (DocNr. ISO/TC22 N1646/E) Joint Working Group SC3 „Vehicle to Grid IEC/TC69 Smart Charge Communication“ SC21 Steering Committee: Chairmen of IEC/TC69 and SC3/WG1, SC21 of TC22 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 47
  49. 49. Open standards for Smart Charge Communication Layer Data Communication Requirements Technologies SmartCharge Communication • Payment & billing IDs and transactions • Smart Meter Language (SML) 7 Application • Anti theft, tamper detection • Common Information Model • Pricing categories (CIM) • Energy demand & response info (local • Zigbee / HomePlug Smart 6 Presentation limits, optional grid load levels, …) Energy Profile 2.0 • Vehicle charge status & setup • New standard • Additional provider info (location, etc.) 5 Session • SmartEnergy profile integration 4 Transport • SML transport layer • Reliable transmission • Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP & • Secure & protect customer data UDP) incl. security protocols 3 Network • Directly send data to customer • New standard • Use available industry standards Wired Wireless 2 Data Link • Seamlessly integrate into public charge spots and SmartHome infrastructure 1 Physical • Grounding circuit continuity monitoring PWM and diagnostics 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 48
  50. 50. E-mobility project in Berlin to prepare the infrastructure Berlin Highlights • Daimler and RWE combine capabilities to push electric mobility and enable emission free driving especially in urban areas • Develop and test the interaction of “electrical driving” and “recharging and billing” in an intelligent overall system • 100+ battery electric vehicles from smart and Mercedes-Benz, including service; RWE provides an initial 500 public/private recharging stations for “fueling up” and billing, including an intelligent infrastructure • Development started, first common testing in spring 2009. Customer operation in Berlin started end of 2009; a further rollout is planned 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 49
  51. 51. E-mobility concept to be repeated in Italy Italy Highlights • Leading market presence for smart and A-/B- Class in Italy drives demand for electric vehicle versions • 100+ Mercedes-Benz/smart EVs in Rome, Pisa and Milan from 2010 • Electricity certified by Renewable Energy Certificate System (RECS), Italy • Enel leading worldwide in the implementation of “Smart grid” technology, with 32 million installed digital electric meters • 90% of Italian households limited to 3kW, making vehicle-grid intelligence a market prerequisite. • Technology and standards developed for Berlin pilot also to be used in Italy 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 50
  52. 52. View of entire eco-system needed for successful market launch • Vehicle and Battery Diagnostics • Optimized home recharging • Software update • Charging at work, • Set charging parameters • Maintenance planning recreation, shopping… and monitor state of charge (incl. roaming) • Heat and power cogeneration • Business2Business (shop & charge) • Infotainment • Position Information and theft protection • Load leveling • (Green) Power generation • Metering, clearing and billing • Communication and control through internet 2010-09-23 eMobility Copenhagen.ppt Mercedes-Benz E-Mobility Concept 51
  53. 53. Power 392 kW Torque 880 Nm 0 - 60 mph ≈4s CO2 0 g/mile Thank you for your attention !

×