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The Estonian EV programme introduction

  1. 1. AbouttheEstonianEV program<br />jarmo.tuisk@mkm.ee | 01.06.2011<br />
  2. 2. 1. Background<br />2. Demo project<br />3. Incentivescheme<br />4. EV infrastructure<br />5. Future<br />
  3. 3. Estonian waytosmartsociety<br />Electromobility<br />agenda introduced<br />inMoEaC<br />Re-independence<br />Electronicvoting<br />Program<br />“Tigerleap” :<br />heavyinvestment<br />to ICT infrastructure<br />PCs toeveryschool<br />Electromobility<br />Program<br />Green ICT<br />Study<br />Smart Vormsi<br />project<br />X-Road: XML-based<br />backboneforgovernment<br />apps and databases<br />Estonian-<br />Finnishgridsconnected<br />Energy Technology<br />program<br />E-goverment<br />Digitalsignature<br />Actetc.<br />ID-card<br />M-Parking<br />
  4. 4. Backgroundforelectromobilityprogram<br />
  5. 5. Agreementwith Mitsubishi Corp.<br />Mitsubishi wasinterestedintheelectromobilityprojectproposal.<br />Thenegotiationsbeganindec 2010 and finalsetupoftheprogramconcludedbyFeb 2011.<br />GovernmentannouncedtheprograminthebeginningofMarch.<br />Totalvolumeof AAUs: 10mAAUs (12% ofEstonian AAU balance)<br />
  6. 6. Fittingthepiecestogether<br />forthefutureof<br />electric<br />cars<br />
  7. 7. Demonstationproject<br />507 x<br />Forsocialworkersaround Estonia<br />
  8. 8. Incentives<br />-50% <br />Max 18 000 EUR percarfor ca 500cars<br />onlyfor BEVs, no brandrestrictions<br />
  9. 9. Planningthe EV infrastructure<br />
  10. 10. EV charging use cases<br />Public/shared charger<br />Emergency<br />charging<br />Routine shared<br />charging<br />Travel<br />charging<br />Routine/planned<br />charging<br />Extraordinary<br />charging<br />Daily office charging<br />Daily home charging<br />Dedicated charger<br />
  11. 11. Use cases and technology options<br />AC Normal<br />6-8h<br />AC Medium<br />1-2h<br />DC fast<br />20-30min<br />Daily office charging<br />OK<br />Maybe<br />Not OK<br />Private<br />OK<br />Daily home charging<br />Maybe<br />Not OK<br />Routine shared<br />charging<br />Maybe<br />Maybe<br />OK<br />Public<br />Emergency<br />charging<br />Not OK<br />Maybe<br />OK<br />Travel<br />charging<br />Not ok<br />OK<br />OK<br />
  12. 12. 3 main use-cases for Estonian public charging network<br />
  13. 13. Initial layout ofchargersbased on usecases<br />
  14. 14. Standards<br />„Followthecars“ rule – theinitialinfrastructure must serve theearlyadopters/EVs.<br />InterfaceforDC quickcharging<br />
  15. 15. Indicativevaluechainoffullinfrastructuresolution<br />
  16. 16. Timelinethisyear<br />Deadlineforfastcharger<br />tenders<br />Analysis<br />Selectionoflocations<br />Tech. Spec<br />CallforTendersforelectricityprojects<br />CallforTendersforpre-installationworks<br />CallforTendersfor AC slowchargers (forsocialworkers)<br />Contractwithsuccesfultenderer<br />Implementation<br />CallforTendersforfastchargerinfrastructure and operatingservices<br />
  17. 17. Uniqueopportunitiesfor EV valuechainin Estonia<br />Flexibleand cost-effectivetest-bed<br />Uniqueclimate -35 C … +35 C<br />Highconcentrationof EVs<br />DC fastcharging and impacttogrids<br />Centraloperatingmodelfor EV infra<br />Advanced ICT infrastructure<br />R&D possibilitiesfor “second-life” ofcarbatteries (1000 EVs afteryear 2017)<br />
  18. 18. Conclusion<br />GOV<br />weprovide 360° frameworkconditionstowideradoptionofEV’s.<br />EV valuechainmust demonstratethesustainable, competitivesolutionsforprivatetransportation. Estonia isthebestplacetodothat.<br />
  19. 19. Thank you!<br />Questions and answers<br />

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