Electric vehicles and our energy
production future in SA
Andy Le May
Emissions effect on health in SA
Fuel
Lignite
Coal

Deaths Serious illness Minor illness
7,172
65,560
3,888,720
5,390
49,5...
Energy Demand

Source: Draft IEP 2012
Full emissions picture

Source: Well to Wheel 2003, Argonne National Laboratory
The cost of solar
Technologies

Source: Draft IEP 2012
Business actions

Total 445
2012 300 MW instaled
Source Solar Energy Industries Association -
Solar Car Port
Germany
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•

Off Nuclear by 2022
Feed in tariff
29 GW - 2012
Recycle everything
Green Dot system
Nissan Leaf
BMW i3
Rate of adoption
• “Use of electrics for
small passenger
vehicles is negligible
and only starts to take
off after 2030” – ...
“Tesla’s Model S overtakes VW
Golf as Norway’s best-selling car”
Oct 9 2013 (Reuters)

“Consumer Reports” is calling the T...
Tesla sales beating Mercedes,
BMW and Audi
Mercedes SLS ED
Flatten the peaks
•
•
•
•

Time of use
Feed in
Smart Grid
Reduce peak loads
Car to home systems
Inductive charging
Eco commuting

Over 50% of all energy used in Cape Town is spent on transportation – cars, buses, trains and taxis.
Transp...
Israeli Case Study
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>50,000 kms
>200+ kms per day
Fast Charge
No oils
15k brake pads
10k check
Configurabl...
Israeli case study
• After two years working with Fleet ops in food
delivery
Commercial
Neighbourhood electric vehicles
Suppliers in SA
Conclusion
• Reduced energy
demand
• Reduced emissions
• Improved health
• Balanced loads
• Resilience
• Reduced costs

•
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Electric vehicles and our energy
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Andy Le May
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  • This calculation is based on European pollution standards and population density. In countries with fewer air pollution standards, higher use of coal, or poorer quality coal, the health burden is even greater.
    South Africa DeathsSerious illnessMinor illness
    Lignite7,17265,560 3,888,720
    Coal5,39049,5002,923,360
    (Source: Healthcare Research Collaborative, 2013: Scientific Evidence of Health Effects from Coal Use in Energy Generation)
  • Top 25 Companies by Solar Capacity
    American businesses have gone solar at an unprecedented rate in the past few years. The list below shows the massive investment leading companies have made in solar and ranks businesses by their total on-site solar installed capacity, or the maximum power potential measured in megawatts.
    The 2013 rankings have expanded since the last edition of this report to include the Top 25 companies by capacity. While the list is made up of many of the same companies ranked last year, the new rankings show the growing solar portfolios of many of the country’s leading businesses and the continued development of the overall commercial market. The Top 25 companies have installed more than 445 MW of solar PV capacity across the country, up from about 300 MW last year.
  • Power: 80 kW motor
    Top speed:150 kmh
    0-100:8 sec
    Range: 120 km
    Efficiency: 46 km/l City, 37 km/l Hwy
    Battery: 24 kWh lithium-ion
    Charge:30 mins, 4 Hour, 8 hour ?
    Cost: $29,000 (US)
    25,000
  • 0-100 7.2s
    Power 125w
    Range 190 km
    Fast charge 30 mins
  • This was for the month of September
    The high performance Tesla S, which went on sale in Europe in August, had a market share in Norway of 5.1 percent last month, pushing the conventionally-powered Volkswagen Golf into second place with 4.6 percent, according to the latest official figures.
    “There has been an enormous demand for this car, and it doesn’t seem to stop. We have a lot of customers on the waiting list right now,” said Joar Tenfjord, the head of Tesla’s dealership in Bergen, Norway’s second largest city.
    Electric cars have been especially popular in Norway because of generous subsidies, free parking, government-provided re-charging stations, the right to use express lanes on highways and exemptions from tolls.
  • INDUCTION CHARGER POWERS TESLA ROADSTER WIRELESSLY
    Fulton Innovation’s eCoupled device can charge an electric car without any plugs or cables.
    At the recently concluded CES 2011, Fulton Innovation displayed its eCoupled charging device that was able to wirelessly power a Tesla Roadster electric car. The vehicle’s underbody was fitted with an adapter and once the car is parked over an eCoupled-enabled induction pad, the device starts to wirelessly charge it, with a smartphone app monitoring its charging status.
    http://www.psfk.com/2011/01/induction-charger-powers-tesla-roadster-wirelessly.html
  • Over 50% of all energy used in Cape Town is spent on transportation – cars, buses, trains and taxis.
    Transport is the biggest producer of CO2 because vehicle emissions also cause air pollution.
  • Power: 6 kW motor
    Top speed:100 kmh
    0-100:10 sec
    Range: 50-80 km
    Efficiency: 200 km/l City 125 km/l hwy
    Battery: 3.6 kWh LiFePo
    Charge:5 hrs and 5c
    Cost: R50,000
  • BatteryTrojan T105 X 12
    Motor Range7.5kW AC Motor
    ControllerCurtis 1238
    Passenger capacityup to 13
    Voltage550A/72V
    Loaded Range based on flat road at a speed of 20km/h100 km
    Max. speed (km/h)40 (50 for 7.5kW model)
    Minimum turning radius (m)5.3
    Overall dimension (mm)5000x1490x2050
    Max. climbing ability (loaded)20% (25% for 7.5kW model)
    Max. loading weight1120 KGS
    Tare weight1580 KGS
    Wheelbase (mm)2710
    Min Ground Clearance (mm)135
  • Michael Rutter, TT Zero
  • Andy le may

    1. 1. Electric vehicles and our energy production future in SA Andy Le May
    2. 2. Emissions effect on health in SA Fuel Lignite Coal Deaths Serious illness Minor illness 7,172 65,560 3,888,720 5,390 49,500 2,923,360 This calculation is based on European pollution standards and population density. In countries with fewer air pollution standards, higher use of coal, or poorer quality coal, the health burden is even greater. (Source: Healthcare Research Collaborative, 2013: Scientific Evidence of Health Effects from Coal Use in Energy Generation)
    3. 3. Energy Demand Source: Draft IEP 2012
    4. 4. Full emissions picture Source: Well to Wheel 2003, Argonne National Laboratory
    5. 5. The cost of solar
    6. 6. Technologies Source: Draft IEP 2012
    7. 7. Business actions Total 445 2012 300 MW instaled Source Solar Energy Industries Association -
    8. 8. Solar Car Port
    9. 9. Germany • • • • • Off Nuclear by 2022 Feed in tariff 29 GW - 2012 Recycle everything Green Dot system
    10. 10. Nissan Leaf
    11. 11. BMW i3
    12. 12. Rate of adoption • “Use of electrics for small passenger vehicles is negligible and only starts to take off after 2030” – P108 • “However further analysis on the possible penetration rate of electric vehicles in South Africa needs to be conducted” - P108 Source: Draft IEP 2012
    13. 13. “Tesla’s Model S overtakes VW Golf as Norway’s best-selling car” Oct 9 2013 (Reuters) “Consumer Reports” is calling the Tesla Model S the best car it has ever tested.
    14. 14. Tesla sales beating Mercedes, BMW and Audi
    15. 15. Mercedes SLS ED
    16. 16. Flatten the peaks • • • • Time of use Feed in Smart Grid Reduce peak loads
    17. 17. Car to home systems
    18. 18. Inductive charging
    19. 19. Eco commuting Over 50% of all energy used in Cape Town is spent on transportation – cars, buses, trains and taxis. Transport is the biggest producer of CO2 because vehicle emissions also cause air pollution.
    20. 20. Israeli Case Study • • • • • • • • >50,000 kms >200+ kms per day Fast Charge No oils 15k brake pads 10k check Configurable Fleet management software
    21. 21. Israeli case study • After two years working with Fleet ops in food delivery
    22. 22. Commercial
    23. 23. Neighbourhood electric vehicles
    24. 24. Suppliers in SA
    25. 25. Conclusion • Reduced energy demand • Reduced emissions • Improved health • Balanced loads • Resilience • Reduced costs • • • • Reduced cost of energy Improved productivity Local job creation International competitiveness • Energy equality
    26. 26. Electric vehicles and our energy production future in SA Andy Le May

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