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Telecom Challenges and Electric Vehicles

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  • 1. UTC Canada, Electric Vehicles – A Series of Case StudiesPoint of View of the NetherlandsWim D’Hondt (wim.dhondt@accenture.com)
  • 2. Agenda • Accenture Network Practice Summary • Dutch EV overview • Generating more review out of Charging assets • Next StepsCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. Introduction to Accenture’s Network PracticeVendor Alliances andIndustry Participation • Providing full lifecycle of project services: –Plan & Design: strategy, requirements, architecture, vendor selection, deployment planning Broad Scope of –Build: systems / telecom integration, deployment, testing, PMO Services –Run: infrastructure managed services, NOC • Addressing Wired (MPLS, SONET, Ethernet, etc.), Wireless (3G/4G, WiMAX, WiFi, LMR, etc.) and Operations (NOC, OSS/BSS) solutions • Global Organization with 500+ Dedicated ProfessionalsExperienced Team & • Alignment with Industry GroupsExtensive Credentials • Continual Training Curriculum • In-Depth Industry Expertise • Cisco Certified Reseller (Gold Status) Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 3
  • 4. Select Accenture Projects with Utilities Communications Networks and Security PROJECT TYPE PROJECT SCOPE EXAMPLE CLIENTS* Is the communications Network Strategy infrastructure within the Utility and Assessment ready to support smart grid and other next generation services? How should the infrastructure Network Design, be designed, built, trialed and Build, Trials and tested to meet and exceedProof of Concepts business requirements? Network and How should the infrastructure be managed and operated for Infrastructure enterprise-wide situationalOperations Support awareness and IT/OT Systems integration? What type of security solutions are needed for smart grid and Security Strategy other next generation Utility and Solutions offerings and services? *List not exhaustive Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. Agenda • Accenture Network Practice Summary • Dutch EV overview • Generating more review out of Charging assets • Next StepsCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. Dutch EV Market OverviewElectric Vehicles are now part of Most OEMs Source: New MotionCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 6
  • 7. Electric Vehicles - The Good Fast developing charging infrastructure • 26 fast chargers (now) • 80 (year end 2012)) • 2,500 regular charging poles EV City CasebookCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 7
  • 8. Electric Vehicles - The Exploratory "To avoid injury or death please turn off the vehicle" 8Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 8
  • 9. Accenture EV Pilot (13 Nissan LEAF, started 31 May 2011)Employee proposition Which vehicle? The proposed vehicle is the Nissan Leaf which stands for Leading, Environmentally friendly, Affordable, Family car. The Nissan Leaf is a five-door hatchback fully electric vehicle. Features This vehicle is equipped with all the features and space which you can expect from a regular internal combustion engine car. On our mobility portal you will find our proposal, specifications, pictures and useful links on the Nissan Leaf. F.e. Apps for iPhone Press A lot of attention, press because of our pilot by Accenture Prince Maurits will attend at our opening Event 9 Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 9
  • 10. Agenda • Accenture Network Practice Summary • Dutch EV overview • Generating more review out of Charging assets • Next StepsCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 10
  • 11. Equipping EV charging poles to generate additional value SITUATION COMPLICATION QUESTION• Installing charging • Providing charging • How to deploy infrastructure is expensive infrastructure is not complementary services and requires subsidies. profitable enough (outside energy supply)• Supply Chain is new and • Charging objects are are necessary to make the supply, maintenance and located inside city centres business profitable. service requires further and could be used for development. facilitating wireless • What is the potential communication networks value of equipping• Most charging poles have charging poles with minimal capability telecommunications  Business Models  Benefits  CostsCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 11
  • 12. Coverage - feasibilityComplete coverage Remarks • Backhaul: considering a partnership with a service provider for traffic backhaul • Meshed configuration could benefit from integration with light poles to allow for additional Access Points. This would need collaboration with the City of Amsterdam. This could be combined by offering them the usage of WiFi service throughout the city. • The charging pole does not have the ideal height for an extensive reach. An antenna should be preferably 5 meters above the ground. This improves with integration with light polesCharging poles City Centre Amsterdam • The power of the antenna can be boosted by combining multiple antenna’s. Challenge is to reach 600 meters.Assumptions The city center of Amsterdam covers an• 100-500 charging objects (?) area of 8,04 km2• Geometrically perfect placement (?)• Ideal placement for range (?)• 500m range (?) approximately 2 poles are neededfor 1 km2 coverage• 100 objects: 50 km2• 500 objects: 392 km2 EV City CasebookHow many charging objects are located inthe city center of Amsterdam? Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 12
  • 13. Development of Business Models, varying from a minimum Rental toa fully Managed Service Minimum Service Maximum Service I II III IV INDICATIVE I – Space rental II – Hosting services III – Wholesaler IV – Retailer • Service Provider rents • Utility provides • Utility installs back • Utility provides full space in charging telecommunication haul communications services (e2e) object equipment in the link to charging point • Requires directBusiness Model • Service Provider charging point and provides relationship with remains owner of the • Service Provider wholesale services. customers equipment in the owns communication charging point service and customer relationship Costs • € 100 – 1,500 per • 20 – 30% of revenues Benefits pole per year generated by Telco • WIFI • WIFI • WIFI • WIFI Technology • 3G/4G options FocusCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 13
  • 14. Business Model Structure Off Load telephone • The opportunity to offer companies telephone companies that are SAMPLE dealing with over capacity, a WIFI- network as an “off-load” for this data. B2B • Providing city services, such as City services police, parking patrol etc., a WIFI- network that covers the entire inner city of the larger cities in the Netherlands. • Back-up network Benefits • Main network Tourism • Offer an interesting WIFI-package to municipalities for their tourism. They can buy scratch cards to use the WIFI internet for a certain amount of days. B2C Internet providers • The possibility to offer internet providers a complementary service for their customers; WIFI access in city centres. Exclude GPRS ( < costs)Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 14
  • 15. The choice of business model determines the potential benefits thatcan be gained Minimum amount of services Maximum amount of services under Utility management under Utility management I II III IV Benefits I II III IV What How • Analyze whether telcos are interested in the • Interviews Off-load for service providers     concept of a WIFI service • Analyze possible partnerships for the placement of • Interviews Focus WIFI systems in street furniture • Analyze whether municipalities are interested in • Interviews at City Services   WIFI for the support of their city services. These municipality can be governmental (police, parking control, ambulance, etc.) or commercial (local shops, etc.). • Analyze whether municipalities are interested in • Interviews at Tourism   offering a WIFI service for tourism. municipality • Analyze the potential for a partnership with a party like BOINGO, who can provide the service for these • Interviews with parties tourists like BOINGO for potential partnerships • Analyze if it would be interesting to offer clients of • Interviews with internet Internet - provider  a certain internet provider a complementary WIFI providers package in the centers of larger Dutch cities. • Interviews with potential customersCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 15
  • 16. Agenda • Accenture Network Practice Summary • Dutch EV overview • Generating more review out of Charging assets • Next StepsCopyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 16
  • 17. Next steps Next Step Hosted Model: 1. Work with Service Providers on more detailed Business Case and investigate their interest on collaboration. Next Step Rental Model: 1. Possibly better suited in Utility Business Model due to simple service model and limited upfront costs. 2. Contact Service Providers to develop more detailed business Case and investigate their interest around WiFi and 3G/4G solutions.Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 17
  • 18. ContactsWim D’HondtAccentureSenior ManagerNES Group – Smart Grid ServicesWim.dhondt@accenture.com+31 6 22 14 81 09Vaibhav ParmarAccentureNES Group – Wireless Leadvaibhav.j.parmar@accenture.com+1 919 225 7899 Copyright © 2012 Accenture All rights reserved. 18