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Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities, Webinar Slides from FleetCarma

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View the recorded webinar here: http://www.fleetcarma.com/resources/vehicles-electric-utilities/
This webinar explores the way that electric utilities can work with electric vehicles to achieve the most benefit. The presenters discuss strategies and technologies to increase electric vehicle adoption within a utility's own fleet and in the service area.

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Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities, Webinar Slides from FleetCarma

  1. 1. Supporting EV Adoption as an Electric Utility Webinar 3 Sept 2014
  2. 2. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Command Center 45min Presentation 15min Q&A Audio Options: -Use headset -Call: 1 (647) 497-9386 -Access #: 594-436-462 Questions? - Message Megan Allen mallen@fleetcarma.com
  3. 3. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Eric Mallia General Manager FleetCarma A division of CrossChasm Technologies Inc. Adam Cutter Marketing Program Manager Central Maine Power Speakers – Who are we? Diane Robichaud Business Development Coordinator New Brunswick Power
  4. 4. Outline: 1.Why EVs Matter to Electric Utilities 2.EV Adoption Technology and Services 3.Case Study – NB Power’s EV program 4.Case Study – Central Maine Power’s EV program
  5. 5. 3 Common Reasons Why Electric Vehicles Matter to Electric Utilities
  6. 6. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Why utility companies say EVs matter to them 1.Maintain good utilization of long-term assets •By providing more reliable, balanced, and cost-effective electricity services to their customers •EVs can provide additional load that can be needed to keep electricity rates stable if there is a rapid uptake in off-grid sources of supplier for electricity consumers
  7. 7. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Why utility companies say EVs matter to them 2. Environmental benefits from enabling conservation and renewable generation •EVs, as part of a smart grid, can support integration of stronger renewable and conservation markets
  8. 8. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Why utility companies say EVs matter to them 3. Enable creative business opportunities •Provide ancillary services and equipment to consumers •More net exports
  9. 9. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Electric Vehicles in the Utility’s Fleet 1.Plug-in bucket trucks with ePTO have increased the availability time for line work, offering better service to customers with reduced noise and air pollution 2.Regional customer service managers making use of passenger plug-in vehicles 3.Gather data on EVs to inform scalable EV deployment strategies 4.Back-up storage to provide grid support in emergencies
  10. 10. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Benefits of Customer Engagement Programs •EV program managers at the utility need new and effective ways to positively interact with prospective and current EV owners •Many electric utilities are the local trusted energy advisor on a number of electricity matters – EVs are an extension of this service •Understanding future system impacts from clustering in commercial and residential sectors – what are the DR opportunities?
  11. 11. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar EV adoption program challenges •Every market is different –Incentives and motivations vary –Infrastructure and system impacts / resiliency vary –Buying preferences vary •Every owner and duty cycle is different –An EV will not work for every job –There is uncertainty on how today’s technology and economics ‘fit’ into the business case for fleets
  12. 12. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar
  13. 13. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Efficiency By Design Model-based design services & prototyping for hybrid and electric vehicle programs. Fleet Fuel Efficiency Fleet analytics made easy through predictive modelling and advanced vehicle monitoring. Personal Fuel Efficiency myLabel: Dealership product for customer engagement. myEV: EV stats for individuals What we do
  14. 14. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 % of Fleet ICE Vehicles Daily Distance Travelled ICE Vehicles: Utilization as Average Daily Distance Average distance for ICE fleet vehicles: 40 miles/day (~63 km / day) % of vehicles travelling < 40 miles per day: 56% Sample size = 3,686 6 12 19 25 31 37 43 50 56 62 68 75 81 87 93 99 106 112 118 124 miles km
  15. 15. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 % of Fleet BEVs Daily Distance Travelled Average distance for BEV fleet vehicles: 22 miles/day (~36 km / day) % of vehicles with < 40 miles per day: 70% EV: Utilization as Average Daily Distance Sample size = 3,488 6 12 19 25 31 37 43 50 56 62 68 75 81 87 93 99 106 112 118 124 miles km
  16. 16. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar The EV utilization challenge for fleet operators Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) need to: •Be range capable for their fleet application, while keeping the vehicle utilization up Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) need to: •Maximize their electric driving as a proportion of total utilization
  17. 17. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 3 Step Approach to Successful EV Integration (1) Data log existing fleet of vehicles for 3 weeks (2) Test your duty cycle data in FleetCarma’s validated EV powertrain models (3) Modelling results are reported in a user-friendly web portal, ranking of the best-fit EV for each duty cycle examined Will EVs be capable to do the job? Will they save fleet money? How are vehicles currently used in the fleet? Which EV technology best matches fleet needs and optimizes TCO? FleetCarma data logger
  18. 18. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar FleetCarma Modelling Video Demonstration
  19. 19. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Benchmark this duty cycle Data logger
  20. 20. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Matching best fit vehicle to each duty cycle Simulated results of plug-in vehicles Baseline vehicle Data logger
  21. 21. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar $- $20,000.00 $40,000.00 $60,000.00 $80,000.00 $100,000.00 $120,000.00 $140,000.00 $160,000.00 Total Cost of Ownership Current Vehicles vs. Electric Vehicle Current Vehicle Potential EV Electric vehicle had lower total cost of ownership 11 times out of 25 duty cycles examined Sample fleet-wide results Financial Savings: GHG Emissions Reductions: Fuel Reductions: $233,559 45,346 gallons 523 tons CO2 TCO ($) 16% 64% 67% Avg. savings/vehicle assessed: $9,342 Duty cycles suitable for EV: 44% Simulated Electric Vehicle
  22. 22. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Helping build the multi-year EV plan with fleet partners Start with the low hanging fruit and narrow the options to the best candidates for each duty cycle each year
  23. 23. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Supporting Electric Vehicle Adoption & Engagement with Large Commercial Customers
  24. 24. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 1.Importance of Electric Vehicles: What was NB Power’s motivation behind the Shift Your Ride program? 2.Project & Objectives: How are these unique to your service area? 3.Current Status: How is the program going so far?
  25. 25. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Results from One Municipal Fleet Participating in the Program Financial Savings: GHG Emissions Reductions: Fuel Reductions: $166,958 160,128 litres 465,827 kg CO2 eq 21% 87% 82%
  26. 26. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 1.2 L / 100 km (estimated) Annual cost of operation: 4,751 2012 Mitsubishi iMiEV 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid 8.0 L / 100 km (average) 18% of the time idling Avg. Daily Distance: 42 km Annual cost of operation: $5,785 NB Power: Shift Your Ride Progress in EV program from a New Brunswick Municipality
  27. 27. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 8.0 L / 100 km (average) 18% of the time idling Avg. Daily Distance: 42 km Annual cost of operation: $5,785 1.8 L / 100 km (average) Average Ending SOC: 39% Avg. Daily Distance: 57 km 1.2 L / 100 km (average) Average Ending SOC: 51% Avg. Daily Distance: 59 km 2012 Mitsubishi iMiEV – EV monitoring technology 2012 Mitsubishi iMiEV 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid NB Power: Shift Your Ride Progress in EV program from a New Brunswick Municipality
  28. 28. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Electric Vehicle Monitoring
  29. 29. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Easily Measure EV KPIs for Capacity Building in Your Organization
  30. 30. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar FleetCarma data logging hardware The FleetCarma vehicle data logger can be custom configured for your particular vehicles including for OEM-custom signals from plug-in electric vehicles for light-duty and heavy- duty vehicles. The devices firmware currently supports 25 plug-in electric vehicles and is the only turn-key EV monitoring system available in North America. It also comes with a GPS antenna, SIM card, and automatic data uploads using a 3G cellular modem. The product’s casing is made of robust metals, suitable for light-duty and heavy-duty operation, and has been temperature tested to operate in harsh cold winters climates or extreme heat. The device is easily integrated into the vehicle by fleet operators simply by plugging it into the vehicle’s diagnostics port and tucking away the device underneath the dash.
  31. 31. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 25 Electric Vehicle Models Supported •Cadillac ELR •Chevrolet Volt •Chevrolet Spark EV •Citroen C-Zero •Coda Sedan (in development) •Echo Automotive Van •Fisker Karma •Ford Transit Connect EV •Ford Focus EV •Ford CMAX Energi •Ford Fusion Energi •Honda Fit EV •Honda Accord PHEV •Mitsubishi i-MiEV •Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV •Modec Delivery Van •Navistar eStar •Nissan LEAF •Nissan eNV200 (being finalized) •Opel Ampera •Peugeot iOn •Porsche Panamera e-Hybrid PHEV •Renault Kangoo •Renault ZOE •Smart fortwo electric drive (3rd gen) •Smith Newton (2nd gen) •Tesla Model S •Tesla Roadster (being finalized) •Toyota Prius Plug-in •Toyota RAV4EV (2nd gen, being finalized)
  32. 32. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Fleet wide reporting – have all your EV fleet KPIs in one spot Fleet-wide report allows you to export all their fleet KPIs to one report in CSV format to spot outliners with ease. Aggregated dashboard for all vehicles in the fleet
  33. 33. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Track the location of your vehicles and charge events – GPS optional
  34. 34. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar 1.Importance of Electric Vehicles: What was Central Maine Power’s motivation to learn launch this particular program? 2.Project & Objectives: How did Central Maine Power structure the program? 3.Current Status: How is the program going so far? 4.Results and Insights: •Vehicle Usage •Charging Behaviors •Impact of incentives
  35. 35. EV Tech for Electric Utilities Monitoring Electric Vehicles to Learn and Maximize ROI Monitoring electric vehicles to maximize the EV ROI while gaining insights into charging behaviors in the utility’s service area. Assessing EV Suitability with Powertrain Modelling EV suitability assessments engage multiple stakeholders while building confidence in EV adoption potential Vehicle Side Data Enabling Real-Time Grid Services Gathering vehicle side data enables the utility to manage the load of electric vehicle charging during peak hours
  36. 36. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Conclusions Regional-specific approach is required •There are a lot of reasons why electric utilities are taking an active role in the local EV industry in their service area Glass half-full perspective is taking the lead •Initially, EVs may have been seen as disruptive loads, but now they are very often seen as business opportunities and enabling technology Informing strategies and campaigns with good EV data •Customer engagement programs are helping refine short- term and long-term strategies for the utility including decisions around the types of incentives, services, and asset management
  37. 37. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Thank you to program participants and sponsors including
  38. 38. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Making EVs Happen with a Whole Host of Partnerships
  39. 39. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Check out our free resources: Visit our free resource center online at: www.fleetcarma.com/en/Resources Free eBooks on these topics Free recorded webinars EVs in Cold Weather EVs in Hot Weather Charging Behavior Light-duty vehicles Heavy-duty vehicles Simulation for Fleets
  40. 40. Electric Vehicles & Electric Utilities Webinar Newest Resource for Electric Utilities Megan Allen mallen@fleetcarma.com Eric Mallia emallia@fleetcarma.com www.fleetcarma.com 519.342.7385 contact@fleetcarma.com Thank You! Q&A Check out the Free Whitepaper on: Electric Vehicles and Electric Utilities at the Free Online Resource Center

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