Green Vehicles Workshop - ABB, Inc. Presentation

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Heather Flanagan from ABB, Inc. presented on Electric Charging at the 11th Annual Green Vehicles Workshop & Showcase on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.

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Green Vehicles Workshop - ABB, Inc. Presentation

  1. 1. © ABB Inc. April 22, 2014 | Slide 1 EV Charging Infrastructure EV Charging in 2014 and Beyond Heather Flanagan – April 22, 2014
  2. 2.  Who is ABB?  EV Charging: State of the industry  Vehicles and Standards  Infographics  Q&A Outline
  3. 3. A global leader in power and automation technologies Leading market positions in main businesses ~150,000 employees Present in countries +100 Formed in 1988 merger of Swiss (BBC, 1891) and Swedish (ASEA, 1883) engineering companies In revenue (2013) billion 42$
  4. 4. © ABB Inc April 22, 2014 | Slide 4 How ABB is organized Five divisions  Industrial automation  Motors and generators, drives, controls and instrumentation  Robots and robotic systems  eMobility, EV charging, rail  Control systems and services  Power technologies:  Transformers  Switchgear, relays, breakers, arresters, contactors  Power systems, packaging, turnkey projects  Grid stability, energy storage, microgrids  ABB’s portfolio covers: Power Products Power Systems Discrete Automation and Motion Process Automation Low Voltage Products
  5. 5. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 5 Why ABB? Solutions for the whole EV charging value chain Charging Network Software Services  3G Connectivity  Galaxy services  EVSP enabler Grid Automation  SCADA & Ventyx Building Automation  KNX, energy mngt. DC Fast Chargers  20-50kW systems  Multi-Standard  Open protocols  (OCPP and APIs) Components  DIN rail & distribution boards Power Quality  PQF, PCS100 Renewable Integration  HVDC, solar, wind Substations  Power systems  ABB’s future-proof solutions will work together seamlessly throughout the whole value chain Energy storage  B.E.S.S.
  6. 6. © ABB Inc. April 22, 2014 | Slide 6 Vehicle Data EDTA EV’s sold YTD  Source: http://www.electricdrive.org/index.php?ht=d/sp/i/20952/pid/20952 Plug-in car sales are doubling every year
  7. 7. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 7 DC charging versus AC charging CHAdeMO module DC Fast Charging Station On-board Charger Li-ion battery BMS Every vehicle needs to have it’s own onboard equipment Infrastructure investment is shared with hundreds of users AC Charging DC Charging On-board versus Off-board equipment
  8. 8. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 8 SAE J1772 AC CHAdeMO SAE J1772 CCS (Combo) AC; < 19.2 kW DC; < 62.5 kW DC; < 90 kW Typical 3.3, 6.6 kW Typical 20-50 kW 20-50 kW 4-8 Hour Charge 15-60 min. Charge 15-60 min. Charge “Universal” Charging Standards © ABB Group
  9. 9. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 9 EV’s in North America: Who/When? Which infrastructure is required? Only AC slow charging (3 – 7.2 kW) CHAdeMO DC fast charging CCS “Combo” DC fast charging Specials (proprietary) On the roads 2014 Beyond Ford Focus Electric Volkswagen e-Golf Nissan Leaf Mitsubishi i-MiEV Nissan e-NV200 Tesla Model S Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Toyota RAV4 EV Tesla Roadster Chevy Volt Toyota Prius Plug-in Honda Fit EV Tesla Model X Chevy Spark EV Zero Model S Cadillac ELR Honda Accord Plug-In BMW i3 BMW i8 KIA Soul EV BMW x5 Boulder trucks Mercedes B-class EV
  10. 10. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 10 Use cases in electric vehicle charging Different solutions for each specific use case Highway / En-route  DC Charging - CHAdeMO  15-30 minutes Office  AC & DC charging  30-120 min. (fast)  8 hours (workday) Commercial  DC & AC charging  30-120 min. (fast) Home  AC charging  8 hours (overnight)  2 hours (top-off) Malls, retail, theaters, gym, college campuses, city parking Highway, rest stops, convenience stores, fleets, grocery,
  11. 11. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 11 Connecting countries with fast-charging networks Building experience, one nation at a time
  12. 12. © ABB Inc. April 22, 2014 | Slide 12 Workplace Charging Example: ABB Innovation Campus (Wauwatosa, WI)  300 employees move-in May 2014  Workplace Charging Challenge  Two Parking Lots  Surface Lot (Campus shared)  1 DC Charger  Company Nissan Leaf, visitors, passers-by  2 AC Level 2 Chargers  Company Nissan Leaf  59 underground parking spots  4 Handicap  4 AC Level 2 EV Chargers  Employees with Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf
  13. 13. © ABB Inc. April 22, 2014 | Slide 13 Workplace Charging Things to consider  How many employees will want to plug in now, and in the future?  How many employees will NEED to plug in now, and in the future?  Do you want/need to require authorization?  Will you charge a fee for charging?  Public or private: Will customers, passers-by, or other visitors be allowed to charge?  How important is up-time and connectivity?  Is there public charging nearby that can be leveraged?  Will people stay plugged in all day?  Is there enough power?  Does EV charging improve public image or increase talent retention?
  14. 14. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 14 Terra 53 Charge Station Product Terra 51 AC Input 3Ф, 480 VAC±10% Maximum output power DC 50kW Output voltage 50-500 V Output current 120A Efficiency > 92% Power factor > 0,98 RFID system 13,56MHz, ISO 14443A Communication CDMA / 3G / Ethernet Protection class Type 3R Temperature range -35°C … +40 °C, with low-temp option Software Remote update / download User interface High brightness full color touchscreen HMI, RFID & Credit Card reader options The dual-standard DC fast charger  Intelligent web-connected DC charger  15-30 minutes charge time  All-in-one design for CHAdeMO & SAE Combo NAMT53C NAMT53CJ
  15. 15. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 15 Useful Resources Web links EDTA (Electric Drive Transportation Association - http://www.electricdrive.org Alternative Fuel Data Center (AFDC) - http://www.afdc.energy.gov Charged EV Magazine - http://chargedevs.com PlugShare.com (by ReCarGo) - http://www.plugshare.com Union of Concerned Scientists - http://www.ucsusa.org InsideEVs - http://insideevs.com FleetCarma - http://www.fleetcarma.com Clean Cities - http://www1.eere.energy.gov/cleancities DoE Workplace Charging Challenge - www.electricvehicles.energy.gov ABB Inc. - http://www.abb.com/evcharging
  16. 16. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 16 Contact information Andy Bartosh Program Manager EV Charging Infrastructure - Americas ABB Inc. 16250 W. Glendale Drive New Berlin, WI 53151 262.527.3719 E: andy.j.bartosh@us.abb.com Sign up for ABB EVCI eNews: www.abb.com/evcharging https://ja147.infusionsoft.com/app/form/evciwebsignup Heather Flanagan Marketing Communications Manager EV Charging Infrastructure / Power Conversion Systems ABB Inc. 16250 W. Glendale Drive New Berlin, WI 53151 262.785.3353 E: heather.flanagan@us.abb.com
  17. 17. © ABB Group April 22, 2014 | Slide 17

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