E-mobility market:Perspectives and Opportunities6 November 2012Johannesburg                          © Siemens AG 2012. Al...
Megatrends – the worlds toughest questionsClimate Change                                     Globalisation The average gl...
Megatrends – the worlds toughest questionsDemographic Change                                 Urbanisation Average life ex...
The dawn of the "urban millennium" has started                            In 2007 ~50 % of the worlds                     ...
Transportation of people and goods istop priority for metropolitan areas as …    … # 1 on mayors’                         ...
The basic needs of a city drive the market forintelligent infrastructure solutions                                        ...
Electromobility: The smart interface for grids,traffic management systems and buildings           Smart Grids             ...
Welcome to the World of ElectromobilityIntegrated Modular SolutionsSoftware Suite –Software Suite            Software Suit...
Welcome to the World of ElectromobilityIndividual Solutions                                                 Pubic Charging...
Electromobility in practice                    Home / Private                         Semi-public                         ...
Electro-mobility platform                                          Parking            Hotel,             Companies,      C...
Benefits to Cities and Communities                                       Mobility that is clean, quiet, and               ...
Electric Vehicle InfrastructureReference: London Project                                  London has one of the largest e-...
Electric Vehicle InfrastructureProject “Model Region Electromobility Munich - Drive eCharged”                             ...
Electric Vehicle InfrastructureProject 4-S (4-Sustainelectromobility)                                    A Siemens test f...
Some conclusions E-mobility in South Africa will move past the conceptual phases and   offer concrete market opportunitie...
Thank you for your time and attention.                           © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved                   ...
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  1. 1. E-mobility market:Perspectives and Opportunities6 November 2012Johannesburg © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  2. 2. Megatrends – the worlds toughest questionsClimate Change Globalisation The average global surface temperature has  From 1950 to 2004, the volume of global increased by 0.76° C compared to the trade has increased 27.5-fold. 18th century. 11 of the 12 years between 1994 and 2005  The number of global players has grown from rank among the 12 warmest since weather 17,000 in 1980 to over 70,000 today. observations began. Greenhouse gas emissions haven risen  Ocean freight has increased over the past dramatically since industrialisation. Today we four decades from less than 6,000 billion ton- face the highest CO2 concentration in the miles to over 27,500 billion ton-miles a year. atmosphere for the past 350,000 years. © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  3. 3. Megatrends – the worlds toughest questionsDemographic Change Urbanisation Average life expectancy worldwide will  2007: For the first time in history, more increase to 72 years in 2025 from 46.6 years people live in cities than in rural areas. in 1950.  Today: 280 million people live in megacities World population will grow from more than (> 10 million residents). 6 billion now to 8 billion by 2025.  2030: 60 % of the world’s population 95 % of the global population growth is taking will live in cities. place in developing countries.  Urban conglomerations contribute a high The 65+ generation will nearly double share of a nation’s economic output: Tokyo worldwide by 2030 (from 7 % to 12 %). provides 40 % of Japan’s GDP, Paris generates 30 % of France’s GDP. © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  4. 4. The dawn of the "urban millennium" has started In 2007 ~50 % of the worlds population was living in cities, an increase from 3.5B to 4.7B by 2030 Population urban millennium50 % of world GDP 75 % of energyis produced in cities Regional Major consumed in cities;with a population power- energy and 80 % of CO2 emissionsover 750K houses climate factor are produced in cities © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  5. 5. Transportation of people and goods istop priority for metropolitan areas as … … # 1 on mayors’ ... most important driver for … key success factor for political agenda* “Quality of Life” global competitiveness*Source: Siemens Megacity Challenges Study © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  6. 6. The basic needs of a city drive the market forintelligent infrastructure solutions Sustainable and livable  Electromobility for CO2-free, quiet and Sustainable safe individual mobility with intelligent services, creating a higher quality of life and an attractive, green city Competitive Smart and competitive  Electromobility as part of Smart Grid e.g. smart charging infrastructure with load management function and E-Vehicle battery as future energy Livable storage This makes electromobility an attractive and sustainable answer to the requirements of our cities © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  7. 7. Electromobility: The smart interface for grids,traffic management systems and buildings Smart Grids Traffic Management Systems Smart Buildings Intelligent management of  Integrated solutions for traffic  Full interactivity – Price signals, load between energy generation control, management and feedback, load reduction, etc. and consumption information covering the complete  Storage capability – Balancing Integration of renewable energy value chain renewables and optimize energy allied with grid stability and quality  Tolling price  Comprehensive parking  Production source – Sell back to Two-way energy flow combined management solutions the grid, reduce grid dependence, with decentralised energy  Complete service and operations etc. generation (traffic and public lighting) Electromobility: Electromobility: Electromobility. part of smart grid part of intelligent traffic part of smart buidings management systems • as a smart consumer with load • as energy storage management functionality • as car sharing solution • as integrated element in load • as energy storage • as integrated traffic solution management between building • as information holder consumers and Infrastructure © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  8. 8. Welcome to the World of ElectromobilityIntegrated Modular SolutionsSoftware Suite –Software Suite Software Suite – Software Suite Software Suite – Software Suite – Software Suite –Charging InfrastructureCharging Infrastructure Load Management Load Management Customer Data Fleet Management Fleet ManagementAdministrationAdministration ManagementAC Technology –AC Technology – Inductive Technology – Inductive Technology –Normal ChargingNormal Charging Cable free Charging Cable free Chargingwithin 1 to 8 hwithin 1 to 8 h within 2 to 8 h within 2 to 8 hDC Technology –DC Technology – Swapping Technology – Swapping Technology –Fast ChargingFast Fast battery change Fast battery changewithin 30 minwithin 30 min Drivergy: Integrated modular solutions to meet all requirements - from charging stations for DC and AC and inductive charging to a powerful software suite © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  9. 9. Welcome to the World of ElectromobilityIndividual Solutions Pubic Charging – Semi-public Charging – Semi-public Charging –Home Charging –Home Charging – Public Charging – Public Charging – Parking area Hotel Hotelwithin 8 hwithin 8 h within 2 to 8 h within 2 to 8 h within 1 to 8 h within 1 to 8 h within 1 to 8 h within 1 to 8 hAC/DC Wall BoxAC/DC Wall Box Inductive Charging Inductive Charging AC Charging Point AC Charging Point AC Charging Point AC Charging Point Semi-public Charging – Semi-public Charging –Home Charging –Home – Fleet Fleetwithin 8 hwithin 8 h within 30 min. within 30 min.Inductive SystemInductive System DC Charging Point DC Charging PointSemi-pubic Charging –Semi-pubic Charging – Corporate Charging – Corporate ChargingMallsMalls Employees Employeeswithin 1 to 8 hwithin 1 to 8 h within 1 to 8 h withinAC/DC Charging PointAC/DC Charging Point AC Charging Point AC Charging PointPubic Charging –Pubic Charging Semi-public Charging – Semi-public Charging – Semi-pubic Charging – Semi-pubic Charging – Corporate Charging – Corporate ChargingGas StationGas Station Fleet, Taxies Fleet, Taxies Parking garage Parking garage Fleet Vehicles Fleet Vehicleswithin 1 to 8 hwithin 1 to within 8 h within within 1 to 8 h within 1 to 8 h within 30 min. withinAC/DC Charging PointAC/DC Charging Point Inductive Charging Inductive Charging AC/DC Charging Point AC/DC Charging Point DC Charging Point DC Charging © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  10. 10. Electromobility in practice Home / Private Semi-public PublicLocation ■ EV owner charges car at ■ Restricted areas (e.g. at ■ EV owner charges in public home work), owned/operated by spaces ■ Charging mostly with wall private companies ■ Charging mostly boxes ■ Charging mostly with wall with Charging Points boxes and Charging Points ■ Only very limited persons ■ Large number of persons, ■ In principal everyone mayScenario have access to the but limited to a certain use the station (national or equipment group (e.g. employees) international) ■ No identification / payment ■ Identification / payment via ■ Identification / payment via required or e.g. by key ID card, batch or tags cash, credit card, mobile phone, roaming ■ Private users ■ OEM ■ Municipalities ■ Gas stations ■ MunicipalitiesCustomer ■ Real Estates ■ Fleet Customers ■ Service Providers ■ Companies ■ Service Providers ■ Service Providers ■ Utilities (DSO) ■ Real Estates ■ Utilities (DSO) ■ Utilities (DSO) ■ Fleet Operators ■ Hotels, Malls,… ■ Fleet Customers ■ Parking Facility Operators © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  11. 11. Electro-mobility platform Parking Hotel, Companies, Cities Energy Suppliers Facility Operators Restaurants, Malls Real Estate Car Fleet Operators Service Providers Gas Stations Manufacturers Private Users Making it easy to design individual electromobility solutions – whether for home, fleet or public parking spaces. © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  12. 12. Benefits to Cities and Communities Mobility that is clean, quiet, and safe: Enhanced quality of life for your city.  Green city thanks to reduced CO 2 emissions and traffic noise – for an enhanced quality of life  Unique and competitive city thanks to intermodal linkage of public and private transportation, using electric vehicles  Safe, reliable and modular integrated solution for electromobility from a single source  Comprehensive service – from the initial consultation to successful operation – and customer-friendly operating models © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  13. 13. Electric Vehicle InfrastructureReference: London Project London has one of the largest e-vehicle charging networks in the UK. It seeks to reduce pollution, encourage the uptake of electric vehicles and establish the City at the centre of the electric vehicle revolution. Siemens provides the underlying IT systems, infrastructure and services, the portal and customer interface. Project details - Hardware: Install 1 300 public charging points from various manufacturers by 2013 Project details - Software: Operational services, including the customer call centre Back office services to support the city-wide charging network Integration of the installed charging points from different manufacturers Self service and assisted customer portal Secure payment services Operational reporting and fault management © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  14. 14. Electric Vehicle InfrastructureProject “Model Region Electromobility Munich - Drive eCharged”  Joint Research Project of Siemens and cooperation partner BMW Group and utility Stadtwerke München’ (SWM)  32 Public Charging Points, supplied with SWM green power:  Charging capacity between 3,7 kW and 22 kW  Connection: Schuko® socket, 3-phase IEC Type 2 connection  Identification via RFID card  36 Home Charging Points, supplied with SWM green power:  Charging capacity 22 kW  3-phase IEC Type 2 connection  Project Targets:  User behavior and preferences analysed and applied for product and service development.  Research, development and testing of an integrated DC fast charging system with BMW ActiveE vehicle. With the following charging point features:  Maximum charging power: 50 kW  DC-Output voltage: 50 – 450 V  Connection: IEC 62196-3 DC-Type-2 optimized for DC-charging up to 70 A  Higher communication to vehicle via PLC (Power Line Communication)  Identification via RFID card  Effects of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure on power grids and measures to back and improve the power grid quality. © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  15. 15. Electric Vehicle InfrastructureProject 4-S (4-Sustainelectromobility)  A Siemens test fleet of up to 100 electric vehicles in Germany  Electric cars and the corresponding infrastructure are tested by Siemens employees  Data from the drivers is streamed directly into the ongoing development of infrastructure products and software solutions  Charging point technical data:  Charging capacity between 3.7 kW and 22 kW  Connections: Schuko® safety outlet, three-phase IEC 62196-2 type 2 connection  Identification through RFID cards  Home charging station technical data:  Charging capacity 22 kW  Three-phase IEC 62196-2 type 2 connection  Software functionalities:  Monitoring and control  Local load management  Car-sharing supported by fleet-management solution © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  16. 16. Some conclusions E-mobility in South Africa will move past the conceptual phases and offer concrete market opportunities Government is a key stakeholder from a policy perspective Electro-mobility offers new business opportunities (implications for job creation) Public Private Partnerships are an option in rolling out total e-mobility solutions © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  17. 17. Thank you for your time and attention. © Siemens AG 2012. All rights reserved Infrastructure & Cities Sector

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