Hydrogen, fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions

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Hydrogen, fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions

  1. 1. Hydrogen, fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions HyERLights Towards robust deployment channels for hydrogen, fuel cells and electro-mobility in European regions EV Now! Monza, September 6, 2013 Marieke Rejalt
  2. 2. Structure 1. HyER Action points: Connecting the dots … 2. Monitoring progress and best practice … 3. HyER’s EU project involvement … 4. Development EU Support Framework 1. Robust deployment channels …
  3. 3. HyER at a glance Membership increase: 2008 (9) < 2013 (40) Population: 115 mln GDP: 363 bln New members joining in 2013 Aberdeen Scotland Riga Berlin Valencia Source : EEO
  4. 4. Structure 1. HyER Action points: Connecting the dots … 2. Monitoring progress and best practice … 3. HyER’s EU project involvement … 4. Development EU Support Framework 1. Robust deployment channels …
  5. 5. HyER Action points 1. Facilitate fact-based policy recommendations to inform decision-makers on state of the art of advanced technologies based on latest stage project and technology findings. 2. Develop European support framework to provide local authorities with a long-term financial framework to support technology deployment by liaising with relevant European financial institutions. 3. Compile robust market introduction plans to support industrial planning based on proven regional action plans for sustainable market roll-out and technology introduction by evaluating and developing members individual development plans.
  6. 6. Structure 1. HyER Action points: Connecting the dots … 2. Monitoring progress and best practice … 3. HyER’s EU project involvement … 4. Development EU Support Framework 1. Robust deployment channels …
  7. 7. European Electromobility Observatory info EEO was set up in 2012 with the support of HyER member regions and EC EEO ‘s role is mentioned in CPT directive (2013): “ ..facilitate information exchange and coordinated regional action across the EU ..” EEO is designed to answer key questions on drives and support schemes as well as compile learning from best practices across Europe; identify robust deployment channels based on specific local conditions; become a major tool to for policymakers at all levels: - monitoring infrastructure planning across Europe - analysing data and providing policy recommendations EEO Partners:
  8. 8. Structure 1. HyER Action points: Connecting the dots … 2. Monitoring progress and best practice … 3. HyER’s EU project involvement … 4. Development EU Support Framework 1. Robust deployment channels …
  9. 9. Fact based policy making - Project involvement HyER involvement in the EU Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) as partner/co-financer of projects: 1st Call H2 moves Scandinavia (FC passenger cars) HyER facilitates European road shows across several European regions (dissemination through local events). 2nd Call CHIC (FC hybrid buses) HyER coordinates general and targeted dissemination in 6 regions in Europe. 3rd Call High V.LO City (FC hybrid buses) HyTEC (taxis and scooters) HyER is a dissemination partner in two fuel cell vehicles demo projects: one for buses and one for taxis and scooters. 4 th Call HyTransit (FC hybrid intercity buses) ene.field (FC stationary) HyER is a dissemination partner in a FC bus demo project and a FC mCHP demo project proposal.
  10. 10. Structure 1. Action points: Connecting the dots … 2. Monitoring progress and best practice … 3. HyER’s EU project involvement … 4. Development EU Support Framework: action key dossiers 1. Robust deployment channels …
  11. 11. Clean Power for Transport Communication EC has identified two main causes for lack of alternative fuel infrastructure: 1. The technology is substantially mature but the standards are not common EU-wide, thereby discouraging potential infrastructure investors, car manufacturers and consumers. 2. The co-ordination failure among vehicle manufactures, infrastructure providers, national authorities and final users must be addressed. Initiatives addressed at promoting infrastructure appear necessary to break this deadlock. Among others “the Commission will facilitate information exchange and coordinated regional action across the EU with the European Electromobility Observatory.”
  12. 12. Clean Power for Transport (COM 2013/17) Three policy options: 1.No additional policy intervention; current legislative initiatives, national announcements for the deployment of infrastructure, and continuation of previous EU and Member States’ programmes and incentives; 2.EU to issue recommendations on the application of standards and recommendations on basic criteria and indicative targets for all alternative fuels. 3.EU to set out requirements for alternative fuels infrastructure for Member States. Also basic criteria for minimum infrastructure coverage; binding targets for the most mature fuel technologies (electricity, and LNG for waterborne transport). For hydrogen and natural gas (LNG and CNG) for road transport, the targets would be indicative.
  13. 13. Clean Power for Transport – Investment costs “Avoided fuel use increases progressively over the decades 2010-2030 from about €610 million per year in 2020 to about €9.3 bn per year in 2030 under Policy Option 4”.
  14. 14. Clean Power for Transport: objectives 2020 FCEV Infrastructure Objective BEV Infrastructure Objectives • Existing hydrogen refuelling stations are connected via the TEN-T Core Network with a maximum distance of 300 km between stations by 2020. • EU benchmark number of 4 million EVs on the road in the EU by 2020; • For hydrogen, a first step towards market opening would require linking existing and planned refuelling stations • The number of recharging points for EVs reaches at least 10% publicly accessible; • Market tests have shown that each EV needs two recharging points (at home and at work), and about 10% of all publicly accessible.
  15. 15. H2 refuelling stations in Europe
  16. 16. Energy technologies and Innovation • On 2 May 2013, the European Commission published its Communication on energy technologies and innovation COM (2013) 253. • An Integrated Roadmap should be developed, under the guidance of the SET Plan Steering Group, incorporating the key principles and measures identified in this Communication: consolidate the (up dated) technology roadmaps of the SET Plan while retaining the technology specificities; cover the entire research and innovation chain from basic research to demonstration and market roll-out; • Member States and the Commission should develop an Action Plan on coordinated and/or joint investments by mid-2014, by individual Member States, between Member States and with the EU that go beyond grant programmes and include financial engineering instruments and procurements. • The Action Plan will contain different modes of implementation such as alignment of Member States and EC funding on priorities identified in the integrated roadmap and joint investments between Member States or/and with the European Union.
  17. 17. EU Roadmap for energy storage 2030 17 April 2013, the European Association for the Storage of Energy (EASE) launched the Recommendations for a European Energy Storage Technology Development Roadmap towards 2030
  18. 18. Structure 1. Action points: Connecting the dots … 2. Monitoring progress and best practice … 3. HyER’s EU project involvement … 4. Development EU Support Framework 1. Building robust deployment channels …
  19. 19. Deployment channels for FC and E-Buses
  20. 20. Clean Hydrogen in European Cities • 26 fuel cell buses operated in 5 Phase 1 cities; together with the Phase 0 cities more than 55 buses in operation; • 3 different bus manufacturers in the Phase 1 cities; • 2 refuelling stations per Phase 1 city (one existing & one new station); • 25 partners from 9 countries Visit: www.chic-project.eu Email: h2businfo@chic-project.eu Duration: April 2012 December 2016 Total budget: €81.8 m EU Contribution (FCH JU): €26 m
  21. 21. Clean Hydrogen in European Cities • • Oslo: 5 FCH buses and a new H2 station since 2012. Buses increased operation hours in April 2013! London: 5 buses have been operating on main route (RV1) for over 3 years. Another 3 buses will be added this summer. • Aargau: 5 buses are operating around Brugg. Buses participated in WEF 2013, Davos and in UITP exhibition this year. • 3 Buses and one refuelling station are being tested in Milan. • 5 buses have arrived in Bolzano. H2 refuelling station is being set up and tested. 21
  22. 22. Clean Hydrogen in European Cities • • • • • Report on authorisation procedures for H2 infrastructures collecting experiences from phase 0 and phase 1 cities. The bus study on alternative powertrains (FCH JU, Dec. 2012): FCH bus offers best performance in range and refuelling times. The purchase cost of the bus can be reduced by 53% by 2030. Presence at main events: World Economic Forum in Davos (Jan. 2013), the UITP exhibition (May 2013), International Workshop, (16-17 Oct. 2013), World Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS27), (17-20 November). HyER regions to organise phase 2 workshops to discuss the roll out. The CHIC intermediate conference will take place on 8 October in Brussels during the Open Days: update on the main project outcomes and experience of cities experience that have joined the fuel cell bus city network supported by the FCH JU. 22
  23. 23. High V.LO-City project: Cities speeding up the integration of hydrogen buses in public fleets 12 partners led by bus manufacturer VanHool; 14 FCH buses to be deployed in 3 EU regions (Flanders, Liguria, Scotland) between Sept. 2013 and January 2014): the buses will be arriving in San Remo on 6 September 3 hydrogen production and refuelling facilities (H2 production by different sources incl. Wind and Duration: January 2012 solar). December 2016 Objectives: Total budget: €31.6 m • Standardisation of H2 refuelling infrastructure; • Policies on environmental, health, energy efficiency, EU contribution (FCH JU): socio-economic benefits; €13.5 m • Increase awareness and broader adoption of H2 € buses.
  24. 24. HyER’s support in 2012-2013 • HyER started the development the concept of the Centres of Excellence. Transport Operators will provide space in their lobby to promote the project. • Organising conference to announce the launch during the BusWorld Academy seminar (18 October 2013) in Kortrijk with the participation of key vehicle platforms and operators. •Developing the main dissemination material (brochures, presentations, posters, newsletters, etc). •Presence at main events: FP7 Call announcements (Berlaymont Jul.2013), Transport Days (Nov. 2012), EU Open Day (May 2013). Visit: http://highvlocity.eu/
  25. 25. HyTransit – Hydrogen Transit Buses in Scotland • • • A novel hybrid FCH bus fleet for transit applications expanding the European H2 bus market to Scotland; A H2 corridor connecting the North with the South of the UK, and to the wider European H2 network; 6 FCH buses; an industrial consortium across Europe. Objectives: • • • • 14 hours and 270 km per day operation; Refuelling station supplied from H2 generated at a nearby wind farm; 30% to 50% CO2 reduction vs diesel buses; H2 cost: 6 €/kg, assuming 200 kg/day. Duration: January 2013 - December 2017 Total budget: €11.4 m EU contribution (FCH JU): €7 m The project was kicked off in Aberdeen in February 2013. Aberdeen is supporting the Open Days workshop on 8 October 2013.
  26. 26. Deployment channels for BEV and FCEV
  27. 27. (www.hy-tec.eu) Hydrogen Transport in European Cities Test fleet of H2 FCH vehicles in 3 vehicle categories: Taxis; Passenger cars; Scooters Increase number of H2 refuelling stations in London and Copenhagen; Objectives: • Share lessons learned and commercial benefits to key local stakeholders; •Engage key EU decision makers to accelerate commercialisation of public transport fleets. Duration: Sept. 2011 – Dec. 2014 Total budget: €29,5 m EU contribution (FCH JU): €11,9 m
  28. 28. (www.hy-tec.eu) HyER’s support in 2012-2013 London: In July 2012, 5 FCH taxis have been launched. Taxis transported VIPs during the Olympic period. Taxis will resume operation in July 2013. A fleet of passenger vehicles will be acquired by the Mayor’s Office for high-end users. Copenhagen: High-level event to launch the project, on 3 June 2013. City of Copenhagen acquired 10 passenger vehicles from Huyndai. • HyER has promoted the local events. Project presence at EU Mobility Week, Hanover Fair and Open Days with an exhibition on the “100 Eurban Solutions” 7-11 October 2013); • Establishment of strategic alliances with opinion formers across EU.
  29. 29. FR-EVUE: Validating FReight Electric Vehicles in Urban Europe 8 locations across Europe: Stockholm, Oslo, London, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Madrid and Milan, 15 industry partners, 6 research organisations. 124 electric vehicles; Freight applications include a wide range of: Goods deliveries; Innovative logistics systems and ICT; Test of different vehicle types; Diverse climate conditions; HyER’s support in 2012-2013: •HyER developed the website and local Dissemination Plans; •Co-organised a Stakeholder Event for FREVUE and GreenEMotion together with Eurelectric and ESB on 24-25 June 2013, in Brussels. Duration: January Visit: http://www.frevue.eu (FP7): €8 m 2013 - tbc Total budget: €13.8 m EU Contribution
  30. 30. ene.field •9 European micro FC-CHP (Combined Heat and Power) manufacturers to deliver trials across all of the available technologies; •4 utilities, housing providers and municipalities; •1,000 residential FC mCHP installations. Objectives: •Engage with local authorities and local distribution system operators to identify the role of FC in clean local energy networks; •Insight of the socio-economic barriers to widespread deployment of mCHP; •Engage with EU stakeholders to increase political acceptance. Duration: Sept. 2012 – Aug. 2017 Total budget: €53,2 m EU contribution (FCH JU): €25,9 m
  31. 31. HyER’s support in 2012-2013 • HyER developed the project website (http://enefield.eu/) • Monthly factsheets on the technology developments in EU member states and regions. • HyER is supporting the project in expanding its outreach to several local stakeholders. With the support of its members, HyER will be organising workshops in approximately six European regions (DE, UK, IT, ES, LV, NO) this autumn to engage further local stakeholders in the technology deployment. •Visit: https://ene.field.eu
  32. 32. Deployment channels for Energy Networks
  33. 33. Hydrogen Energy Station in London, Heston Deploy a biogas to hydrogen production facility in the UK. A large scale plant (>1MW) will provide renewable hydrogen to produce: a) green hydrogen for transport; b) renewable heat and power. Objectives: • Transfer the knowledge to potential investors across Europe; • Share environmental benefits with the general public and other hydrogen projects in London and Europe. Duration: January 2013 December 2018 Indicative total budget: €18 m EU contribution (FCH JU): €9 m
  34. 34. Deployment channels for Infrastructure
  35. 35. TEN T: Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport (HIT) • 7 partners, with the support of 5 EU Member States, co-funded by the EU. • Synchronised Implementation Plan for (HRS) roll-out along a 1,000 km corridor from Gothenburg to Rotterdam with links to hydrogen hubs in DE and the UK; • 1 pilot station of Air Liquide in Rotterdam; • 2 pilot stations in DK by H2Logic • Geographical planning aligned with the EU’s TENtec mapping system HyER’s support in 2012-2013: •Project presence and press event at the TEN T Day in Nov. 2012, Brussels and Ocotber 15-18, 2013 in Talinn •Website, Project Dissemination and Engagement Plan, support in organising the first national workshops in 2013. Duration: Nov. 2012 – Dec. 2014
  36. 36. More? Follow HyER on social media! HyER Website (www.hyer.eu): 12000 10000 51,000 unique visitors since July 2012; 97,000 visitors registered! 8000 6000 Unique visitors Number of 4000 Newsletter to 20,000 contacts! 2000 0 Countries : US, SE, BE, FR, UK, IT, NL Help us spread the word and promote HyER regions and their activities to the world!! Are you on twitter? Follow us @hyer_eu! Facebook page (facebook.com/hyer.eu).
  37. 37. Surveys: Your input is highly appreciated! • Surveys on the clean fleets in Europe and the infrastructure are available on HyER’s intranet (www.hyer.eu) • Participate and help us measure the regions’ clean power!
  38. 38. HyER Calendar European Mobility Week, Sustainable2Wheels event (Brussels) – 16-22 September 2013; Open Days – Electromobility workshop, 8 October 2013 (Brussels); HyTEC project exhibition (7-10 October); CHIC intermediate conference International Bus Workshop – 16-17 October 2013 (Hamburg); Busworld Kortrijk – 18 October 2013 (Kortrijk) Akershus Conference “Clean Power for Transport” – 30-31 October 2013
  39. 39. Clean Power to European Regions and Cities! HyER House of the European Cities, Municipalities and Regions Square de Meeûs 1 1000 Brussels 0032 2 223 2811 secretariat@hyer.eu www.hyer.eu

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