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Evaluation of the KPI’s for the fast chargers in Barcelona

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Evaluation of the KPI’s for the fast chargers in Barcelona, Jaume Roca Guitart, CENIT

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Evaluation of the KPI’s for the fast chargers in Barcelona

  1. 1. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 1www.grow-smarter.eu WP4 Webinar I 21/04/16 I page 1www.grow-smarter.eu THE GROWSMARTER PROJECT 2015-2019 Evaluation of the charging points installed in Barcelona Jaume Roca, CENIT
  2. 2. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 2www.grow-smarter.eu 1. Existing charging points in the city of Barcelona 2. Increase of the network of fast chargers 3. Evaluation of the increase of energy use Index
  3. 3. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 3www.grow-smarter.eu Existing charging points Analysis of existing charging points There are approximately 170 charging points in Barcelona: • Public space (on-street) • Public underground parking • Private parkings • Commercial malls • Hotels • Service areas Source: http://w41.bcn.cat/ca/mou-te/#xarxa_VE
  4. 4. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 4www.grow-smarter.eu New charging points added to the network • The growsmarter project adds 5 fast charging points to the network. • Previously to the implementation of these points there were 10 fast charging points installed on-street • The aim of the evaluation is to determine if there is an increase in the use of fast chargers and also to test the usage of V2G points. Increase of the network of fast chargers Source: http://w41.bcn.cat/ca/mou-te/#xarxa_VE
  5. 5. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 5www.grow-smarter.eu Baseline indicators Baseline indicators will be needed in order to have a reference to compare with the data gathered during the project • Number of EV users before the Growsmarter project started. This can be known through the registration of EV’s at the municipality of Barcelona • Number of existing charging points in the city, differentiating normal and fast charging stations • Number of charging events and energy charged before the Growsmarter project Evaluation of the increase of energy use We will assume that all EV’s owners would have done the same trips with fossil-fueled vehicles, so that this change has a direct impact on the reduction of CO2 emissions
  6. 6. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 6www.grow-smarter.eu Evaluation of the increase of energy use In Growsmarter, we will evaluate if there is a real increase in the use of the fast charging mode Two types of indicators: • Use of the charging points and EV users: Number of EV users, number of charging points, charging events, daily average charge and discharge (kWh per session), total charging time per day, daily electricity charged. We will compare these indicators to the ones obtained from the existing fast charging points. • Reduction of CO2 at a city level: Total estimated reduction of emissions. To calculate the reduction of emissions, we will monitor the use of the growsmarter charging points plus all existing fast charging points, to see if there is a real increase in the use and therefore a decrease in the CO2 emissions. This number will not be exact since we do not know if this increase is due to an increase in use of EV’s or just a shift in the way of charging the vehicle.
  7. 7. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 7www.grow-smarter.eu Get the latest updates by signing up online! This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 646456. The sole responsibility for the content of this presentation lies with the GrowSmarter project and in no way reflects the views of the European Union. Jaume Roca jaume.roca-guitart@upc.edu Thanks for your attention
  8. 8. WP4 Webinar 17/03/2016 I page 8www.grow-smarter.eu

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