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  • 1. txt tools – Official SMS Partner Text conference speakers on 88020 , preface your message with base3
  • 2. 7.1 Electric vehicles …
    • Chair: Greg Archer , director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
    • Sean Long , low carbon vehicle senior specialist, One North East
    • Jonathan Shine , managing director, Drivelectric
    • Calvey Taylor-Haw , managing director, Electromotive
    • Kevin Harkin , sales director, Tanfield Group/Smiths Electric Vehicles
  • 3. LCV Programme in the North East Taxi rank School Tesco Employer
  • 4. EV’s are part of Manufacturing & Advanced Engineering Sector £1bn GVA p.a
  • 5. Sector split
    • Estimated 28,000 jobs in the sector within 260+ companies .
    • List of manu and eng companies in region Apr 07.xls
    • Split into broad categories below:
    Estimated % & Job Number Split Note: Excludes Marine & Defence
  • 6. ONE’s Lead ONE LCV Programme Skills Infrastructure R & D Manufacturers
    • Leading city
    • “ J” Cities
    • National spec
    • Charging roll out,
    • Commercial partnering
    • Renewable leverage
    • Wind & PV
    • DFT Vehicles
    • Commercial Vehicles
    • Programme
    • - R & D LCV Test track
    • R & D regional facilities
    • TSB & Regional fund
    • £30m over 5 years min
    • Transport Operational
    • Research Group TORG
    • Power Electronics, Drives
    • and Machine Group
    • NAREC power distribution
    • CPI, Fuel cell & Bio fuels
    • Nissan EV
    • Ford / Smiths
    • AVID
    • Comesys
    • Hiltech
    • Liberty
    • Cummins
    • CAT
      • Komatsu
    • Explorer
    • Scott racing
    • Plus others
    Universities MSC LCV - AMAP - Gateshead College Service Training SEV & AA - Centre for Electric Drives - Centre For Design & Research Northumbria
  • 7. Manufacturers
    • Nissan EV
    • Ford / Smiths
    • AVID
    • Comesys
    • Hiltech
    • Liberty
    • Cummins
    • CAT
      • Komatsu
    • Explorer
    • Scott racing
    • Plus others
    Nissan Ford - SEV Optare AVID & Partners Liberty Explorer Comesys Caterpillar Komatsu Cummins SEVCON Jumbotugs Hiltech LTI - SEV Elescoot
  • 8. Infrastructure
    • Leading city
    • “ J” Cities
    • National spec
    • Charging roll out,
    • Commercial partnering
    • Renewable leverage
    • Wind & PV
    • DFT Vehicles
    • Commercial Vehicles
    • Programme
    EV Hub – up to 1300 charging posts Planned Roll Out NAREC Commercial Partners PV - Romag Setting the UK STD TSB Demonstration Hydrogen DFT Procurement Newcastle & Gateshead Councils Taxi rank School Tesco Employer
  • 9. Infrastructure Update Joined Up Cities Regional Infrastructure – 1300 charge points 2010 /11 Plugged in Places £30m Funding Taxi rank School Tesco Employer
  • 10. Skills - Universities MSC LCV - AMAP - Gateshead College Service Training SEV & AA - Centre for Electric Drives - Centre For Design & Research Northumbria Industry Led Apprenticeships Gateshead College AMAP & First LCV Masters in Science Service Centre for Electric Drives CFDR
  • 11. R & D
    • - R & D LCV Test track
    • R & D regional facilities
    • TSB & Regional fund
    • £30m over 5 years min
    • Transport Operational
    • Research Group TORG
    • Power Electronics, Drives
    • and Machine Group
    • NAREC power distribution
    • CPI, Fuel cell & Bio fuels
    LCV R & D Test Track & Facility TORG Power Electronics & Drives CPI – Fuel Cells & Bio Fuels PTEC Centre AMAP
  • 12. A focal point will be the new ‘Low Carbon Economic Area’ R & D Schools Business park Green Collar Training Industry Power generation Enabling
  • 13. CENEX National event / Science Fest National CENEX /OLEV 23 rd – 25 th March ScienceFest 12th – 21st h March Public & Industry Engagement
  • 14. What ever you want?
  • 15. Integrated Delivery Programme ONEs’ Cross Functional Team 30+ staff involved in LCV Programme, top down support
  • 16. LCV Programme & Projects 25 Projects Currently in development Budget of £30+ Million over 2 years Excluding TSB Calls to come?
  • 17. Ministerial Support and Highest level of Collaboration Gordon Brown & Lord Mandelson Lord Mandelson at SEV Lord Drayson supporting LCEA Ian Lucas Nick Brown Dr Viv Stephens - CENEX Chelsea Sexton - Lightning Rod Foundation
  • 18. Press
  • 19. The Place to Be - LCEA
    • J Cities
    • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/news/6154792/Network-of-electric-car-charging-points-unveiled.html
    • http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/8246009.stm
    • http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/11m-to-drive-forward-green.5631290.jp
    • http://www.nebusiness.co.uk/business-news/the-great-north-revolution/news/2009/09/09/north-s-electric-plans-accelerate-51140-24644188/
    • Cenex trial
    • http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/Electric-cars-coming-to-Wearside.5636483.jp
    • http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/business/4591430.Vehicles_on_trial/
    • http://www.theengineer.co.uk/Articles/313088/Cenex+launches+electric+vehicle+trial.htm
    • Nissan love/hydrogen
    • http://www.journallive.co.uk/north-east-news/todays-news/2009/09/11/hydrogen-car-charging-plan-is-up-and-running-61634-24661199/
    • http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/NE-driving-force-in-electric.5639412.jp
    • http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/business/4593691.Praised_for_attitude_to_low_carbon_cars/
    • Also for info – cracking piece in the Observer about CBI boss Richard Lambert loving the North East:
    • http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/13/manufacturing-sector-energy
  • 20. EV Experience – Electric Dreams which are reality TSB ETI Frost & Sullivan Nissan Liberty Intl RBS Elecscoot FTS Best Buy CENEX Other Companies AA SEV OLEV TSB Consortiums ONE Universities Tesco, BG, CE Electric
  • 21. Working with other Government Bodies and Associations
    • Ministers, MP’S & MEP’s
    • BIS, Automotive Unit
    • BIS, OLEV
    • DFT
    • TSB
    • EPSRC
    • DIUS
    • MAS
    • ETI
    • CENEX
    • LCVP
    • UKTI and Overseas Offices
    • Other RDA’s and Over Seas Offices
    • SMMT, CEA
    • NAREC, CPI
    • Local Councils & Sub Regional Partnerships
  • 22. txt tools – Official SMS Partner Text conference speakers on 88020 , preface your message with base3
  • 23. Battery Powered Vehicles Real vehicles, real opportunities Jonathan Shine Drivelectric Ltd. J [email_address] +44 796 111 6732
  • 24. Battery Powered Vehicle s (BPVs)
    • Reality check
    • Which vehicles?
    • Incentives
    • Barriers (beyond batteries)
  • 25. Reality Check
    • The “stickiness” of the incumbent
    • 30Wh/kg, 180-300Wh/kg, 12,000Wh/kg
    • The range/savings paradox
    • Grid emissions
    • Plug-in hybrid – muddying the water
    • Who is really making BPVs?
  • 26. BPV market + ve’s
      • Lower running costs
      • Less affected by fuel price volatility
      • Driving experience benefits (start/stop, torque)
      • Seen to be green (business and personal)
      • Great fun to drive and plug in
      • “ Playing my part” in reducing emissions
  • 27. Fuel costs (40mpg)
  • 28. Citroen C3 vs. i-Miev
      • Citroen C3 diesel £9000: 68mpg at 10,000 miles/year
      • 7 years = 70,000 miles = 1,029 gallons = 4,678 ltrs
      • = £5,146 @ £1.10/ltr or £8,420 @ £1.80/ltr
      • iMiev 4-seater £25-30,000 (estimated)
      • Petrol version = £9,000 (sold 267 in ‘08)
      • 16kWh battery pack cost > £10,000
  • 29. Why buy a BPV?
    • Rational
    • Save money (as per graph)
    • Access to exclusive zones (Florence)
    • Conscience (“save the planet”)
    • Business competitiveness (Royal Mail)
    • Convenience-based incentives
    • Meta Rational
    • Feel good (Tesla)
    • Look good (Prius)
  • 30. BPV availability in the UK?
  • 31. Current/Planned Incentives in the UK
    • £5,000 OLEV grant for plug-in cars
    • Plugged-in places initiatives (London, Milton Keynes, North East England)
    • TSB funding for research
    • One North East EV programmes
    • Planned purchases of EVs by government bodies (e.g. GLA)
    • Vehicle Excise Duty exemption
    • Enhanced Capital Allowance (100% year 1 vs 20% annually)
    • Lowest rate of benefit in kind /company car tax
    • Lower rate of VAT for domestic electricity
    • Zero congestion charge fee
    • Free parking in Westminster
    • Free parking in other car parks and regions
  • 32. Challenges to BPVs beyond batteries
    • Can they do the job?
    • Technical risks
    • Financial risks (e.g. residual values)
    • Driver adoption
    • New procedures
  • 33. Hidden Benefits
    • Unquantifiable marketing benefits
    • Driver calmness
    • Running cost predictability
    • Vehicle abuse control
  • 34. Summary
    • ICE-driven vehicles are well entrenched
    • Switch to BPVs does not suit everyone
    • For some, with good analysis and strong commitment, BPVs can work very well
  • 35. Jonathan Shine Drivelectric Ltd. J [email_address] +44 796 111 6732
  • 36. txt tools – Official SMS Partner Text conference speakers on 88020 , preface your message with base3
  • 37. TRUCTURE ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE BASE at ExCel 17 TH March 2010
  • 38. The case for the electric vehicle
    • Electric vehicle technology developed before the internal combustion engine – in the late 1800’s.
    • Established fleet of electric New York taxis in 1897.
    • At the cost of the planet, oil has proved king – until now…
    • E lectric cars are around 50% greener than a fossil fuelled equivalent ICE car when using electricity from a mixed source.*
    • Electric cars are at least 70% greener than a fossil fuelled equivalent ICE car when using electricity from a renewable source.*
    • The cost per mile to run an electric car, on average is 2 pence and a typical electric commercial vehicle 5 pence, an 88% saving over petrol or diesel fuel costs.
    • Zero tail pipe emissions at point of use. Extremely quiet. Low Cost maintenance schedule. Zero road fund tax.
    • *Source: Camden life cycle report by Dr. Ben Lane. 2006
  • 39. The Future
    • Our transport system is fundamental to our economic strength and growth.
    • The way we move our goods and ourselves around has strong links with the quality of life.
    • A shift to ultra low carbon is essential for a sustainable future in transport.
    • Electric and plug-in-hybrid vehicles are ideal for the shift towards a low carbon transport infrastructure.
  • 40. Charging Infrastructure
    • The construction of an EV charging infrastructure is essential to support the early adoption of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
    • Charging stations need to be accessible, safe and easy to use.
    • There will be 3 types of charging stations available.........
    • Standard: 13 amp (3Kwh) 240 volt. Generally a 6-7 hour charge from flat.
    • Fast: 32 amp (7Kwh) 240 volt single phase. Typically 3- 4 hour charge from flat.
    • Fast: 32 amp (21Kwh) 400 volt 3 phase. Typically 1.5-3 hours charge from flat.
    • Rapid: Large DC/DC chargers of 60 amps and above. Typically 30 minute charge
    • from flat. Expensive, will need most probably need a manned operation.
  • 41.
    • The UK government are giving grants for infrastructure as part of their “plugged in places” initiative.
    • In London, TFL will be offering subsidies to commercial companies for
    • for the installation of work place EV chargers.
    • How long will it be before HM Customs and Excise and employers seek
    • payment for electricity consumed by employees.
    • Intelligent “smart” chargers will be needed in the workplace and home
    • to enable energy billing and optimize the allocation of electricity based
    • on the available supply. Management of the smart grid.
    How is all This going To work!
  • 42. The End ELEKTROMOTIVE LTD., THE SUSSEX INNOVATION CENTRE, SCIENCE PARK SQUARE, FALMER, BRIGHTON, EAST SUSSEX, BN1 9SB UNITED KINGDOM TEL: +44 (0)1273 704775 FAX: +44 (0)1273 704499 EMAIL: INFO@ELEKTROMOTIVE.COM WEB: WWW.ELEKTROMOTIVE.COM
  • 43. txt tools – Official SMS Partner Text conference speakers on 88020 , preface your message with base3
  • 44. Electric Transport Kevin Harkin Sales & Marketing Director
  • 45.
    • Established 1920
    • Over 1,000 Customers
    • Over 78,000 vehicles manufactured
    • Manufacturing Facilities
      • Washington (UK)
      • Kansas (USA)
    History
  • 46.
    • Oil Pricing/Energy Security
    Drivers for Change
  • 47.
    • Air Quality/Emissions
    Drivers for Change
  • 48.
    • Legislation and Taxation
    Drivers for Change
  • 49.
    • Sound pollution – congestion
    Drivers for Change
  • 50.
    • Economics!
    Drivers for Change
  • 51. Smith Ampere Power 50-60kW Batteries Newton 32A 3-ph 8hrs 63A 3-ph 6hrs Edison 32A s-ph 8hrs 32A 3-ph 4hrs Ampere 16A s-ph 8hrs 32A s-ph 4hrs Chemistry Lithium Ion Iron Phosphate Warranty 5 years Operating temp -20˚ to +50˚ C Idle discharge rate < 0.3% per day Balance required Every 3-4 weeks Features Re-usable Lithium – reclaimable Modular Stable Reliable Proven
  • 52. Smith Ampere Power 50-60kW Range/Autonomy
  • 53. Smith Ampere Power 50-60kW Addressable Market
    • 20% of vehicles between 3.5t to 12t travel between
    • 60-100km per day:
    • Closed urban operations
    • Return to base fleets
    • Overnight recharge – no additional Grid capacity
  • 54. Smith Ampere Power 50-60kW Addressable Market
    • Core Markets:
    • Mail/Courier
    • Home Delivery
    • Logistics
    • Utilities
    • Municipal/Public Sector
    • Airport GSE
  • 55. Faraday (US Model) Our Customers
  • 56. Smith Ampere Power 50-60kW Market Barriers
    • High capital costs
    • Uncertainty of residual values
    • Immature supply chain
    • Lack of governmental understanding
    • No uniform level of financial incentives
    • Ageing Infrastructure
  • 57. Smith Ampere Power 50-60kW Solutions
    • EU support for demonstrator fleets
    • Encourage and assume a collective responsibility
    • Introduction of incentives and exemptions
    • Low or Zero Emission Zones
    • Restrict the use of ICE vehicles at certain times
    • Battery reclamation schemes
    • Engage the power companies to become more involved
      • Battery lease/Rental schemes
  • 58. The Newton Plant Hire 3.5t MWB DRW Chassis Cab
  • 59. The Newton Municipal 4.6t MWB DRW Chassis Cab
  • 60. Utilities 4.6t LWB Access Platform
  • 61. Home Delivery 3.5t MWB SRW Chassis Cab
  • 62. Removals 3.5t LWB SRW Chassis Cab
  • 63. Images Chassis Cab Battery Layout
  • 64. Courier 3.5t Jumbo Panel Van
  • 65. Utilities 3.5t MWB Panel Van
  • 66. Passenger
  • 67. Passenger 4.6t Luxury Bus
  • 68. Battery layout Panel Van
  • 69. Smith Newton Chassis Cab GVW WB 7.5t 3.9m, 4.5m, 5.1m 10t 3.9m, 4.5m 5.1m 12t 3.9m, 4.5m 5.1m
  • 70. Telecoms 12t 3.9m WB
  • 71. Logistics 12t 3.9m WB
  • 72. Store Delivery 10t 3.9m WB
  • 73. Fashion 10t 5.1m WB
  • 74. Highways 7.5t Tipper
  • 75. Utilities 12t With Access Platform
  • 76. Street Lighting 10t With Access Platform
  • 77. Post 7.5t 3.9m WB No Aero Kit
  • 78. Courier 7.5t 3.9m WB
  • 79. Airports 7.5t 3.9m WB
  • 80. Newton Battery Layout
  • 81. Faraday (US Model) EU Coverage
  • 82. Ampere Small Panel Van GVW 2,300kg Payload 800kg Range 75-100 miles Top Speed 70mph Power 50-60kW Concept Vehicles
  • 83. Images Ampere 2.3t Panel Van
  • 84. Images Ampere Passenger Vehicle
  • 85. Future Developments London Taxi
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