B. Mollstedt, "E.ON Mobility," in Electric Vehicle Integration Into Modern Power Networks, DTU, Copenhagen, 2010
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B. Mollstedt, "E.ON Mobility," in Electric Vehicle Integration Into Modern Power Networks, DTU, Copenhagen, 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. E.ON eMobility Björn Mollstedt Innovation and Environment, Business Development E.ON Nordic
  • 2. E-Mobility has reached „Point of No Return“ CO2-targets for Dynamics transport sector and Image „Sustainable City“-Policy Synergies between energy- and automotive industries
  • 3. Sustainable mobility for E.ON means gas and electricity Development stages of mobility solutions E-Mobility Gas Mobility Expansion Mature market Introduction Expansion Cars Cars Buses/ trucks 201 202 203 201 202 203 0 0 0 0 0 0 A combination of gas and e-mobility creates a comprehensive solution E-mobility Gas mobility
  • 4. Charging infrastructure
  • 5. Energy- und automotive industries get closer Generation Grid Charging Billing and Battery Car load control Utilities Charging Business Automotive
  • 6. Charging infrastructure will have to satisfy different needs Home “Second base base” Domain Private private parking office parking Domain Public resident parking points of interest
  • 7. E.ON wants a charging infrastructure open to all players  “Home base” is where most charging will take place  Charging infrastructure for “resident parking” is a challenge – cooperation and demo projects are necessary to get the right business models in place  600,000 engine block heating power outlets in Sweden today – ensure that these can be used for charging e-cars  Setting up charging stations should remain accessible to all players and business models should be open for all users
  • 8. Demonstration projects
  • 9. Field test E.ON / BMW in Munich 15 BMW Mini E  Project runs from 2009 - 2010  Driving range of car ca. 150 km  Testing of car use and customer expectations  Development of Charging- Infrastructure and -Management Concepts
  • 10. R&D-project E.ON / Volkswagen* 20 VW Twindrive  Project runs from 2008 - 2012  Wolfsburg and Potsdam  Plug-In Hybrid with Range Extender  Range electric ca. 50 km  Test of various Li-Ion batteries  Development interface car - grid Linking the Smart Meter Technology to the On-Board Battery Management Systems * Also including other partners, financially supported by BMU
  • 11. E.ON is developing with market-leading partners the future of wireless inductive charging
  • 12. CABLED – Coventry & Birmingham Low Emission Vehicle Demonstrator 110 ultra low carbon vehicles  Project runs from 2009 to 2011/12  All vehicles have less than 50g/km CO2 emmisions  90 home/36 public/18 workplace charging stations  Understand driver behaviour and network issues; and so remove barriers to wider adoption * Also including other partners, financially supported by BMU
  • 13. E-mobility Malmö – Introducing e-mobility in Malmö Joint project A national pilot project for e-mobility Using the city as a platform for testing new technology  Contributes to the goal of 20% e-cars 2020  New solutions for public transport in order to increase interaction between personal transport and public transport  Platform for a long-term cooperation
  • 14. E-mobility Malmö – new transport solutions and infrastructure for electric vehicles Infrastructure Vehicles  250 charging  National stations procurement process  New business concepts  40-70 e-cars  Billing systems  60 e-bikes /e- scooters  Charging solutions for e-scooters  Electricity/biogas E-mobility Malmö hybrid bus New mobility concepts Knowledge  Public transport  Spread information hubs about new  ’Park & Ride’ technology  Mobility centers  Change of attitudes  Car pools to public transport  Evaluation of user patterns
  • 15. Examples of ways to go forward in the future
  • 16. Smart homes of the future with smart charging Smart home of the future combines decentral generation (Solar roof panels, Micro-CHP, etc.) with intelligent demand side management Smart phones will allow customer to interact with home energy management devices (via apps, etc.) Steering of decentral Mobility: generation via demand side management Company parking / charging / billing Pro-active charging Public parking / management for E-car charging / billing Demand side Generation, consumption and energy management for need displayed via online interface: electronic Power market interaction (prices, applications available RES, etc.)
  • 17. Barriers can be overcome through cooperation across the whole value chain Customers OEM Suppliers and Government sales oranizations After market Municipalities service Utilities Infrastructure