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e-mobil - Baden Württemberg's E-Mobility Initiatives. Presentation held by Franz Loogen, Director of e-mobil at the E-Mobility Symposium at Stanford University and in Los Angeles, October 2011.

e-mobil - Baden Württemberg's E-Mobility Initiatives. Presentation held by Franz Loogen, Director of e-mobil at the E-Mobility Symposium at Stanford University and in Los Angeles, October 2011.

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  • 1. The Baden-Württemberg E-Mobility Initiative Chances and Opportunities for US Companies Franz Loogen, e-mobil BW Baden-Württemberg Forum „E-Mobility“, Los Angeles October 26, 2011
  • 2. Baden-Württemberg – Where ideas work. 125 years of automotive engineering: • Germany’s “No. 1 car region” • Daimler, Porsche, Audi, Bosch… • more than 1000 suppliers (SMEs)Who we are: • more than 334.000 employees … as well as future technologies• 35.751 km2• 10,75 million inhabitants energy technology: • EnBW, MVV…• capital: Stuttgart • 200 municipal energy suppliers• Black Forest, Heidelberg, • more than 1.600 companies inMaultaschen, Spätzle,… the field of renewable energy information and communication technology: •  innovative ICT companies: IBM, SAP, Hewlett-Packard, SMEs, etc. •  more than 165.000 employees Technology research and education: partners • high-quality education and research: KIT, University of Stuttgart, FKFS, Ulm University, wanted !!! ZSW • about 20% of Germany’s research and development capacity is concentrated in BWFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 Pictures: Staatsministerium Baden-Württemberg, Daimler AG,, e-mobil BW, globe image used with permission byMicrosoft Office Online
  • 3. The Baden-Württemberg E-Mobility Initiative •  The Baden-Württemberg State Initiative for E-Mobility started in 2009. •  A number of activities and projects have already been realized during the past two years. •  The State Government plans a further broadening of its E-Mobility Initiative over the next few years. State Initiative E-Mobility State Agency development for Electric Vehicles education and extension and regulative and project and of research Fuel Cell Technology legal aspects funding training infrastructure e-mobil BW GmbH Central aim: intermodal transport based on renewable energiesFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 3
  • 4. The State Agency: e-mobil BW GmbH Portfolio of activities: •  contact and information center relating to the topic of electric mobility •  networking and support activities for all stakeholders in the field of electric vehicles and fuel cell technology •  targeted integration of small and medium-sized enterprises into the innovation process •  initiating collaborative research projects •  active support on the fields of infrastructure, education and training as well as promotion of young talents •  positioning Baden-Württemberg as leading location for business, education and science on the field of electric mobilityFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 4
  • 5. The State Agency: e-mobil BW GmbH E-mobility – a systemic change in the automotive value chain: + Communication Vehicle Product Sales & development Manufacture Operation Recycling Service E-mobility Research, Education + + Energy The systemic change of the automotive value chain offers great chances. e-mobil BW will make a vital contribution to the realisation of these chances for environment, economy und society.Franz Loogen, October 26, 2011 5
  • 6. Cluster Electric Mobility South West Our approach towards the industrialization of e-mobility: Therefore we focus our activities on: •  Market and Costs •  Handling and Comfort •  Intermodal Mobility Key factors in the industrialization of e-mobility: •  cost reduction through increasing production •  production technology joint forces in Cluster „Electric Mobility South-West“ •  optimization of production processesFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 6
  • 7. Cluster Electric Mobility South West Our Objectives: •  Realizing a high-capacity, low-emission and market-driven mobility. •  Baden-Württemberg as leading supplier for electromobile solutions. •  Linking industry and local research institutions. •  Strengthening BW‘s economic power. automotive technology energy technology production technology information and communication complete) technology (list notFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 7
  • 8. Further activities in Baden-Württemberg •  various e-mobility demonstration projects •  collaborative research projects •  e-mobility research centres •  battery and fuel cell technology •  lightweight vehicle constructionFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 8
  • 9. Thank you for your kind attention! Franz Loogen Stefan Büchele Leuschnerstraße 45 Leuschnerstraße 45 70176 Stuttgart 70176 Stuttgart Germany Germany Tel.: +49 711 892385-10 Tel.: +49 711 892385-19 www.e-mobilbw.deFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011
  • 10. The German E-Mobility Initiative Vision of the National Platform Electro-Mobility (NPE): • Germany as leading provider and leading market for e-mobility by 2020. • “E-Mobility made in Germany” as a synonym for systematic solutions that unite the conservation of natural resources with technology leadership and new market potentials. How can this goal be achieved? market preparation market development high-volume market •  market preparation until 2014: research and development, showcase projects •  market development until 2017: market set-up of vehicles and facilities •  high-volume market until 2020: starting point of the mass market, stable business conceptFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 10
  • 11. The German E-Mobility Initiative lighthouse •  bundling of individual lighthouse-projects projects •  additional 1 million Euro for research and development until mid 2013 research •  collective support program by BMWi, BMVBS, BMBF and BMU support planned key aspects: cells and batteries, e-vehicle, charging facilities and network integration, co-ordination office support demonstration•  evaluation of previous model plans programms •  demonstration of German technological competence within a visionary showcases education •  National Conference on Education in June 2011: and formulation of competence roadmap qualification general •  active participation in European and international committees conditions •  arranging stimuli: exemption of the motor vehicle tax, AC number plate, usage of bus lanes, special parking areasFranz Loogen, October 26, 2011 11
  • 12. Future activities: e-mobility showcase BW Germany’s National Platform for Electric Mobility (NPE): On May 18, 2011 Germany’s Federal Government adopted a new programme for electric mobility: •  1 billion Euro additional funding for research and development until the end of 2013 •  establishment of “lighthouse projects” (research) as well as regional “showcases” (demonstration projects) •  additional measures in the fields of taxes, laws and regulations planned e-mobility showcase Baden-Württemberg •  following the official announcement by the German Federal Government in late 2011, Baden- Württemberg plans to apply for a regional e-mobility showcase •  large-scale demonstration project bringing together vehicle manufacturers, mobility providers, infrastructure providers, political authorities, private users,… •  area: Karlsruhe – Mannheim – Stuttgart – Ulm with several local satellites •  coordination: e-mobil BW GmbH + Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corp.Franz Loogen, October 26, 2011 12