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Presentatie over de elektrische auto van Nissan (de Leaf) en de plannen van vijf landen/steden om de introductie van elektrisch rijden te stimuleren (inclusief Amsterdam).

Presentatie over de elektrische auto van Nissan (de Leaf) en de plannen van vijf landen/steden om de introductie van elektrisch rijden te stimuleren (inclusief Amsterdam).

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  • Partnering is key for EV mass acceptance: to date the Alliance has signed 27 partnerships worldwide Local, state and federal governments can provide infrastructure support, promote awareness and public education, use EV fleet vehicles, craft legislation or offer other incentives, such as tax relief or parking/toll rebates for EV buyers. Utilities can support the EV infrastructure by providing power load management or grid capacity expansion or by developing renewable energy sources. Fleets will ensure market growth at the beginning and create awareness and demand. Companies specialized in charging infrastructures and IT systems which will ensure the construction of the full set up to welcome EV cars in our streets Nissan is also discussing and negotiating with European organizations and other European car manufacturers to ensure consistency in standards (technology and charging systems) Designing and building the car is only part of the EV revolution Before EVs find mass acceptance there needs to be comprehensive recharging infrastructure/network installed in every major town and city Incentives such as tax exempt status are needed to increase public awareness Utilities must be involved for electricity supplying and renewable energy development European manufacturers and EU Commissions together in order to come up with common standards Fleets owners are involved because they are more sensible to fuel efficiency on a large scale and are always pioneers regarding eco-friendly mobility Nissan also needs strong high tech partners to push further R&D around zero emission technologies IT companies for on board devices, e-navigation, payment and follow-up…
  • Zero emission initiatives have been signed with: 1) Portugal 2) Monaco 3) Israel (with Project Better Place) customers will be able to plug their cars into charging units in any of the 500,000 charging spots located throughout the country. 4) Denmark with Project Better Place 5) EDF (French utility company) 6) ALPIQ (Swiss energy company) 7) State of Tennessee, USA 8) State of Oregon, USA 9) Sonoma County in Northern California, USA 10) Tucson Metro Area – Arizona, USA 11) City of Yokohama, Japan 12) Prefecture of Kanagawa, Japan 13) Green Tomato (UK low emission taxi firm) 14) Elektromotive (UK-based EV infrastructure specialist) 15) Ewz (electricity company of the City of Zurich) 16) One North East – UK North East region (covering Sunderland area) 17) San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), California (utility company) 18) Ireland (MOU signed with Irish governmental utility company) 19) Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China (MIIT) 20) Phoenix metropolitan region (Arizona) 21) LeasePlan, the European market leader in fleet and vehicle management 22) City of Seattle, to create a charging infrastructure 23) Environment Bureau of the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 24) Progress Energy of Raleigh, N.C., and the Raleigh-based nonprofit agency Advanced Energy 25) SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT (Energy Market Authority (EMA), the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the Economic Development Board (EDB) 26) Intend to form a partnership with the District of Columbia and AeroVironment 27) Europcar 28) City of Milan, ATM (city transport company) & A2A (utility company) 29) State Government of Victoria in Australia 30) Province of British Columbia, the City of Vancouver and BC Hydro 31) City of Barcelona 32) Guangdong Province, China 33) City of Saitama, Japan 34) Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan 35) Reliant Energy, Houston 36) Guangzhou Municipality, China … /…
  • `Exemple of creating the best conditions for EV introduction by partnering with governments: 1) Portugal will install 320 charging stations by 2010 and 1300 by 2011. will offer tax reduction for EV purchasers (e.g. around 4000€ compared to equivalent ICE) 20% fleet vehicle purchases be zero emission by 2011 Plug-in stations all over the territory, not only cities but roads and smaller towns Education program for EV mass acceptance 2) Monaco Up to 5000 Euros incentive for EV customers during 5 years 300 recharging plugs by 2011 50% public fleet purchases by zero emission starting in 2011 Dedicated parking spaces for EVs Special rates for EV parking
  • Why launch an awareness campaign on electric mobility? Because “A better education of customers about what is an EV increases considerably the consideration (EV accepters in UNS, without any education: 21%, EV accepters in EV survey, after education: 47%)” source: Renault-Nissan- EV general research – Nov 12th 2009
  • Nissan is massively investing to mass-produce and mass-market EV
  • A pure EV is a battery powered urban vehicle with no internal combustion engine as found in a hybrid A purpose-designed EV is: CO2 free of course Easy to drive: thanks to network and tech devices on board Silent: no noise pollution Avoid congestion constraints, inner city fees TCO down with technology improvements, incentives… Robust (little maintenance) thanks to the simplicity of the electric powered engine Connected with Intelligent telematics to keep the driver reassured on his driving range and distance to the next charging station Up to 99% recyclable
  • A REAL-WORLD CAR Purpose-designed family car Room for 5 + luggage New dedicated platform for maximum packaging potential Battery location (under the seats) will provide good stability Range is 160 km and acceleration comparable with a conventional 1.6-litre hatchback Max speed >140 km/h Max power 80kW Easy maintenance due to simpler technology, therefore more robust, less rotating parts Nissan will introduce a line-up of EVs to meet a variety of customers’ needs from small cars for cities, to minivans.
  • 1/ Purchase price and battery leasing cost are a conjunction of several key drivers that will evolve over time: governmental incentives mass-production and mass marketing technology improvement 2/ Purchase vs. Lease: Nissan will adapt a solution for each market, customized upon specific needs: Buy car and buy battery Buy car and lease battery Lease car and battery 3/ Running costs are unique: 100 km = around 1€

Presentatie Nissan Leaf en Europese partners voor introductie elektrisch rijden (3 maart 2010) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome
  • 2. Agenda
    • 10:40 AM Introduction from Nissan and Zero Emissions’ partners
    • 11:15 AM Open discussion
    • 12:45 AM Networking Lunch
    • 01:45 PM Transfer to Geneva motor show
    • 02:00 PM Nissan LEAF explanatory tour with our EV product expert
    • 02:30 PM Exploratory tour of the Geneva motor show & free time
    • In your nominative envelop :
    • Press pass for the Geneva Motor Show
    • Invitation for the Nissan EV test drive
    • CO2 compensation certificate of your trip
    • USB key with Nissan EVpress kit and Electric Mobility Experience materials
  • 3. Introduction NISSAN in Europe Christian COSTAGANNA Product Manager for Electric Vehicles Europe
  • 4. Partnering to ensure mass availability Fleets Governments Utilities IT Technologies Network Standards
  • 5. Partnerships in place Prefecture of Kanagawa City of Saitama City of Kita-Kyushu All Japan Ryokan Association Israël Denmark Oregon Portugal EDF Sonoma County - California San Diego - California Ireland Phoenix Metro Area - Arizona Tucson Metro Area - Arizona Vancouver Raleigh Milano Seattle Monaco China City of Yokohama Miyazaki Prefecture Singapore Guangdong Province Guangzhou Municipality Hong Kong ALPIQ EWZ RWE Mexico Reunion Island Barcelona Andalusia Region Orlando New South Wales state State of Victoria Netherlands One North East - UK GreenTomatoCars Elektromotive Hertz State of Massachusetts District of Columbia Tennessee City of Huston Reliant Energy - Houston LeasePlan, Europe Europcar, Europe New Zealand
  • 6. Zero Emission Mobility program with National, Region, City governments
    • Market size
    • Incentives
    • Plugs
    • Awarness
  • 7. Awareness campain - www.electric-mobility.com > Micro web site gathering pedagogic animations to understand EM > Social media activities: Twitter, Facebook, Youtube channel
  • 8. > A network for all Europeans interested in the electric hot spots of Europe (UK, Netherlands, Ireland, Portugal…) > A web resource center to understand electric mobility benefits
  • 9. Nissan LEAF 1st to mass market EV worldwide Nissan is launching a mass produced EV Sales in Europe will start in Dec 2010 Mass marketing in 2012 / 2013
  • 10. European debut of the Nissan LEAF @ Geneva Motor Show Low running costs Fun to drive Access to restricted areas Quiet Zero emission Connected Recyclable
  • 11. Designed to be a « real car » Affordable pricing Latest lithium-ion battery generation No compromise on performance Room for 5 passengers and large trunk 160 km autonomy Dedicated platform Easy maintenance Distinctive design
  • 12. Battery Incentives Purchase and running costs (without battery) Electricity EV Technology improvement Mass marketing Fuel Costs CO 2 Taxes Vehicle ICE (without battery) EV Electricity Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance 10-15% Battery Mass Market 2011 Lifetime operating cost Upfront cost (MSRP)
  • 13. MOBI.E Portuguese Electric Mobility Program Luis REIS, INTELI [email_address]
  • 14. MOBI.E: Electric program in Portugal
    • Exploring integration between sustainable mobility and energy systems, taking advantage of renewables
      • Focus on the user / citizen
      • Fair, advantageous and competitive pricing when compared to ICE vehicle
      • Fully interoperable / universal access open to every manufacturer, utility, private operator
      • Integration of information, energy and financial fluxes
      • Truly national scale , anticipating massification of electric vehicles
  • 15.
    • Infrastructure
    • Widespread pilot charging network: public 1300 slow charge + 50 fast charge by 2011 (+ private operators)
    • Favored locations : streets public parking lots service stations airports hotels shopping centers
    MOBI.E: Electric program in Portugal Technology Flexible design of charging points Slow / Fast charging Integrated, multiaccess management systems
    • Incentives
    • EV acquisition and circulation tax exemption
    • Tax reduction for private customer and company fleets
    • € 5000 direct subsidy on purchase + €1500 from ELV program (first 5000 EVs sold until the end of 2012)
    • Public procurement: 20% annual renewal of public car fleet
    • Use of EV priority lanes and parking spaces
    • Public pilot infrastructure funding
    • Incentives to infrastructure in new / existing buildings
  • 16. Preparing for EV introduction One North East Dr Colin Herron Responsible for EV introduction into North East England
  • 17. Electric program in North East England Joined Up Cities Population spread 32 km (20 miles) 72 km (45 miles) 85% of population Ideal for EV
  • 18. Electric program in North East England Initial installation of 40
    • Phase 2 by March 2012
    • 710 intelligent charging points (620 by march 2011)
    • 350 standard points
    • 240 domestic points
    • 12 rapid chargers
    We must skill people for the new technology so we are building a €9m college to train 1,000 people per year Low Carbon Economic Area
  • 19. Low Carbon Agenda MILTON KEYNES Grant Seeley Representative, Milton Keynes
  • 20. Electric program in UK – Milton Keynes The Pinnacle Oxley Park
  • 21. Electric program in UK – Milton Keynes 1,000 Electric Vehicles by 2014 Local Incentives Extensive Infrastructure 430 public + private 2000 residential Free Parking £1,825 € 2,000 Free Power £300 € 330
  • 22. Electricity Supply Board (ESB) IRELAND Paul Mulvaney Managing Director, Electric Vehicles
  • 23. ESB Overview
    • Ireland’s premier electricity utility company
    • Involved in the generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity
      • Single owner of the transmission and distribution network in Ireland
      • Provides consultancy services worldwide (over 100 countries)
      • Also owns a portfolio of generation assets outside of Ireland
    • Annual turnover of €4bn
    • Corporate objective to reduce CO2 emissions by 30% by 2012, 50% by 2020 and be net carbon zero by 2035
      • Ireland has one of the highest levels of wind penetration worldwide
    • Committed to providing a national EV charging infrastructure
      • Green electricity to fuel green transport
  • 24. EV Programme in Ireland
    • EV deployment part of Government policy
      • 10% of cars to be electric by 2020 & 6,000 EVs by end of 2012
    • Large fiscal incentives available for an EV buyer
      • Zero VRT (14% to 36% for petrol/diesel car)
      • Grant for half the cost of the battery
    • Government and ESB working with car manufacturers to secure an early allocation of electric cars
      • MOU agreed with the Renault-Nissan Alliance
    • ESB has commenced the roll-out of a national EV network
      • 1,500 publicly accessible points & fast chargers by end 2011
  • 25. Ireland an Ideal EV Country
    • Massive wind penetration
    • Single network company (ESB)
    • Limited range between cities
      • single fast charge
    • Big financial incentives
    • Focussed vision by all key players
    • Ideal climate for battery
    • Home ownership > 80%
    • Innovative enterprise community
    • National EV coverage by 2011
    • - 1,500 publicly accessible
    • - Fast chargers every 60kms
    220kms
  • 26. Sylvie SAVOCA Direction of the Environment Principality of Monaco DIRECTION DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT
  • 27. Electric program in Monaco
    • Monaco, a pioneer City
      • 1990, Founding member of CITELEC,
      • 2005, Organizer of EVS21,
      • In 20 years, more than 1,50 % of battery-driven vehicles have been registered in Monaco.
      • Comparatively, if all the European cities had the same proportion, it would represent more than 1 million of electrical vehicles
    DIRECTION DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT
  • 28.
    • Monaco, an exemplary State
      • Implementation of incentive measures
        • State’s subsidy equal to 30 % of the price of the vehicle, with a 9000€ ceiling,
        • 335 electrical outlets at the disposal free of charge in the public parking lots,
        • annual Stamp and the free registration.
      • Permanent Workgroup of the Clean Vehicles consisting of associations, public institutions and private economic sector.
      • Acquisition by the Administration and the City Hall of clean vehicles.
    Electric program in Monaco DIRECTION DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT
  • 29.
    • Monaco, a federative country
      • Mobilization of the youth
        • Jeun’élec,
        • Rencontres Monaco Jeunesse et Développement Durable,
      • An Eco Rallye with Monaco Automobile Club
        • Rallye Monte-Carlo of vehicles with alternative energies
      • International Events
        • EVS 21/EVER
      • A Community commitment
        • Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation
        • Association of the Friends of the Battery-driven vehicle (the EV Club),
        • Association Monte-Carlo Sustainable Development (MC2D),,
        • The Monaco Bus Company (CAM),
        • The Young Economic Chamber of Monaco (JCEM),
        • The Monegasque company of the Electricity and Gas (SMEG),
        • The Société des Bains de Mer (SBM),
        • The Monaco Venturi company,
        • Numbers of clean vehicles distributors :
        • AutoKoncept,Kosmob, Tesla, Newteon, AutoMoto 2000…
    Electric program in Monaco
  • 30. Electric program in Monaco
    • Monaco, a forward-looking Principality
      • 2006 : CLEANOVA,
      • 2009 : MITSUBISHI,
      • 2010 : SMART,
      • Now : NISSAN-RENAULT
    DIRECTION DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT
  • 31. Electric mobility in the NETHERLANDS Geert van Grootveld Deputy director, Energytransition
  • 32. The Netherlands have a lot to offer
    • Committed national task force Formula E-team
    • Effective cooperation for infrastructure standardization
    • Bottom-up project initiation (regions)
    • Smart fiscal stimulation package
    • Innovative and cooperative R&D and industry
    • Launching customer strategy in summer 2010
    • Ideal circumstances for large scale roll-out
  • 33. ‘ Smart financing arrangements’; powerful means to lower operational costs and close business case?
    • Purchase incentives for EV’s:
      • Exemption of purchase tax (BPM)
    • Operation incentives for EV’s:
      • Exemption of road tax (MRB)
      • No lease-related notional income on electric cars till 2014
      • Pay-as-you-drive road pricing and other (local) benefits
      • MIA/Vamil, code F
    • Summer 2010: launching customer strategy of the Dutch government ready (budget: €20 mln), focus on fleet owners and lease companies.
  • 34. Maarten van Casteren Project manager
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  • 43. LIVE OFFICE LLUÍS GÓMEZ DIRECTOR OF LIVE OFFICE
  • 44. Electric program in CATALONIA/BARCELONA LIVE OFFICE: Work Lines & Work Groups (GT) Government of Catalonia: Develop a common strategy to promote the EV in the short and medium term (2010-2015), and prioritize resources and initiatives that has into account all the involved aspects: energetic, mobility, industrial, technological, legislative, etc. The Government will complete this plan in June 2010 LIVE OFFICE Agenda Industry 5 N+1 … 7 Energy 4 Trials 3 6 Regulation 2 Promotion 1 N … GT 0: Executive Board GT 1 Knowledge & Communication GT 2 Legal Framework GT 3 Fleets & Test Beds GT 4 Infrastructure & Energy GT 5 Industrial Transformation
  • 45. Electric program in CATALONIA/BARCELONA CHARGING POINTS – Status FEBRUARY 2010
    • Investment Plan of the Goverment of Catalonia in 2009 to promote EV:
      • 300.000 € for charging points for public and fleet
      • 400.000 € for pilot projects, includes all Catalonia’s cities
      • 1. 250.000 € for purchasing of electric vehicles
    INVESTMENT CONCEPT POINTS OF CHARGE OPERATOR START UP DATE TYPES OF POINTS UNDERGROUND CHARGING POINTS 48 BS M 6 INSTALLED AND WORKING Others 2010 - First Quarter 2011 Not SMART 20 REGESA End 2010 SMART 1.0 8 SABA End 2010 SMART 1.0 55 OTHER LICENSEES First Quarter 2011 Under negotiation STREET CHARGING POINTS 2 22 @ INSTALLED AND WORKING SMART 1.0 3 22 @ QUIMERA First half 2010 SMART 1.0 20 AEB First half 2010 SMART 1.0 4 TABASA INSTALLED AND WORKING SMART 1.0 6 BSM INSTALLED AND WORKING Not SMART 25 Under negotiation First quarter 2011 SMART 1.0 OTHER CHARGING POINTS 170 Fleet operators First quarter 2010 SMART 1.0 60 Public Authorities Second quarter 2010 SMART 1.0