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EV recharging station solutions - Market possibilities - Circontrol - Circarlife

  1. 1. Intelligent E V Charging Solutions<br />November 2010<br />
  2. 2. AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations <br />
  3. 3. AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations <br />
  4. 4. <ul><li> Founded: 1973
  5. 5. Turnover 2009: 151 Mill €
  6. 6. Staff: 850 staff
  7. 7. Export: 55 %
  8. 8. Presence in 108 countries
  9. 9. Headquarter: Barcelona</li></ul>About Circontrol<br />Part of group CIRCUTOR, with worldwide presence<br /><ul><li>Offices</li></ul>- Spain: 8 - Europe: 5 - America: 3 - Asia: 5<br /><ul><li>Manufacturing plant:</li></ul> - Spain: 5 - Europe: 1 - Asia: 1<br />
  10. 10. About Circontrol<br />Part of group CIRCUTOR, with worldwide presence<br /><ul><li>Circontrol: Identification and Security
  11. 11. Circutor: Electric Energy efficiency systems
  12. 12. Lifasa: MV / LV Power Factor Correction
  13. 13. ZEZ Silko: : MV / LV Power Factor Correction
  14. 14. ZURC: Power Electronics & Harmonic Filters
  15. 15. SACI: Power Measurement equipment
  16. 16. VMC: Component LV distribution
  17. 17. Dezac: Micro electronic
  18. 18. Cirprotec: Lighting and over voltage protection</li></li></ul><li>About Circontrol<br />Part of group CIRCUTOR, withworldwidepresence<br />Foundedin 1.997<br />MainheadquartersViladecavalls (Barcelona)<br />
  19. 19. Factories and Certificates<br />Zamberk. Czech R. <br />Viladecavalls. Spain<br />Viladecavalls. Spain<br />Terrassa. Spain<br />Sta Perpetua. Spain<br />Madrid. Spain<br />ISO 9000, 14000, OhSAS and QC80.000 (Rohs)<br />
  20. 20. Circutor ProductRange<br />M. Measuring and Control <br />R. P. Factor Correction, Harmonics <br />Filtering and SCADA Software<br />P. Protection and Control <br />V. Recharge of Electric Vehicles<br />Q. Quality and Metering <br />
  21. 21. ACTIVITY<br />Electronic & Software Manufacturer for: Identification, Security, Electric Energy Management, EV Charging<br />
  22. 22. Circontrol ProductRange<br />P. Green Parking Solutions<br />F. Fire and Gas Detection<br />A. Access & Time Attendance Control<br />E. Recharge of Electric Vehicles<br />S. Scada Software<br />
  23. 23. APPLICATIONS<br />
  24. 24. MARKET<br />Company in continuous expansion, with presence in Spain and International Markets (30 % Export).<br />
  25. 25. OWN TECHNOLOGY<br />Circontrol has its own R+D+i department, with hardware and software engineers(5,8 % sales spend) <br />
  26. 26. AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations <br />
  27. 27. ROAD VEHICLES. THE EU MARKET<br />New vehicle registrations.<br />2008 Data<br />EU-15<br />Amounts in thousand<br /> Highconcentration of Passenger Cars in 15 EuropeanCountries. <br /> (EU-15 Passenger Cars accountfor 91.5% of EU27)<br />Passenger Cars: Rental and Companyfleetaccountsforapprox: 20.0 <br /> & 23.0% share respectively. Privateownedaccountsfor 57%.<br />
  28. 28. Electric VehicleTypes<br />(*).- IFA Technology. Scenario 2. Total Market includes internal combustion engines<br />
  29. 29. Electric VehiclePenetrationForecast<br /><ul><li>The EV Market penetration will depend on the fuel price, </li></ul> the national incentives schemes, the new EV technologies,<br /> current economic barriers, the energy distribution network <br /> capabilities, and the acceptance of the new mobility patterns by the Users.<br /><ul><li> There are different market penetration studies in the </li></ul> current literature:<br /> - Clement [et al] (2008). In Belgium PHEVs at 28% Market Share of the total market by 2030.<br /> - Hadle and Tsvetkova (2008). In the USA PHEVs at 25% Market Share by 2020 and reaching 50 million vehicles in 2030.<br />
  30. 30. Electric Vehicle Penetration Forecast<br />Scenario 2. Mix by 2030<br /> The IFA TechnologieResearch shows in theintermediateScenario 2 <br />anannualcompoundgrowthrate at 13.3% in 20 years (2030 vs 2010)<br />ThisscenariorequiresGovernment subsidies, etc… <br /> The EU Passenger Cars growthwas at 4.6% (CAGR 2008 vs 2000)<br /> TheScenario 2 forecasts a Mix of Plug-in hybridelectricvehicles at 20% vs<br />Batteryelectricvehicle at 8% and Full hybrid at 13%.<br /> TheGermanGovernmentforecasts 1 mill. EV by 2020 and 5 mill. by2030.<br />
  31. 31. AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations <br />
  32. 32. Infraestructura Impact<br /><ul><li> All the surveys related to the electric energy required by the electric vehicles</li></ul> show that the impact of electric vehicles on the total energy consumption<br /> could be considered quite negligible.<br /><ul><li> In the current simulations even in the extreme of EV accounting for the 30%</li></ul> of the vehicle fleet, the energy consumption will not represent more than 2.5% of the total amount.<br /><ul><li> When the EV share accounts for more than 15% the peak demand starts getting very high values and it is very important to shift the power request to the night to avoid the problem of network overloading, and at the same time using the wind energy.</li></ul>Very Important<br />Source: Perujo, A. and Ciuffo, B., 2010, Introduction of EV in the private fleet, Elsevier<br />
  33. 33. Infrastructure. The Irish case<br />Level of Infrastructurefor<br />a target of 2000 EV cars<br />in Ireland.<br />- 1500 Publicchargepoints<br />- 2000 At-home chargepoints<br />- 29 Fastchargepoints<br />Standard Charging with charge points within 300 meters<br />Source: ESB-ElectricitySupplyBoard - Ireland<br />
  34. 34. Infrastructure. The Irish case<br /><ul><li> EV Fast Charge spots cover Motorway and National</li></ul> Primary routes in Ireland<br /><ul><li> 29 Fast Charge spots selected and located at approx.</li></ul> 60km distance from each other<br />Source: ESB-ElectricitySupplyBoard - Ireland<br />
  35. 35. Infrastructure. The Japanese case<br />- Quick recharging station and the Quick<br /> Charger.<br />- More than 70 chargers in service<br />- Quick chargers at approx. 10.3 km<br /><ul><li>The Infrastructure will allow the normal charging at 100 or 200V (15 A)</li></ul> ranging from 7 to 14 hours recharging time and the quick charging at 3p<br /> 200V 50Hz with a 30 minutes recharging time.<br /><ul><li> Quick charging stations were developed by the Tokyo Electric Power Co with Subaru, Nissan and Mitsubishi</li></ul>Source: Torii, I., 2009, New Gen.Electric Vehicle i-Miev, Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe<br />
  36. 36. Recharging. Communication.<br />The communication system must provide the “clearing house” functions and accurate feedback to the main Actors involved.<br />Source: Van Den Boosche, Peter, 2010, EV ChargingInfrastructure, Elsevier<br />
  37. 37. Recharging. Protection.<br />Three items become very important due to the low investment and simplicity:<br /><ul><li> RCD- Residual current device allows to trip if any current</li></ul> arise and a current default is present. This measure<br /> provides full safety.<br /><ul><li>The control pilot conductor is required to verify that the </li></ul> vehicle is properly connected, monitoring of the earth<br /> conductor integrity, energization and de-energization of<br /> the system, etc…<br /> Earthling metallic parts (cars and charging posts)<br />Source: Van Den Boosche, Peter, 2010, EV ChargingInfrastructure, Elsevier<br />
  38. 38. AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations <br />
  39. 39. EV RECHARGING CASES<br />
  40. 40. EV Recharging cases<br />
  41. 41. CIRCONTROL EV Product range<br />Alltypes of RechargingStationsApplications are coveredwiththe<br />OutdoorPillars, MultiuserBoards, Access control and Pre-paid RFID <br />cards boxes, SMS, GPRS/3G Communication, SCADA supervision and maintenance Software and Accessories<br />
  42. 42. Residential Application<br /> The Demand Management disconnects the recharging<br /> circuit if the contracted power limit is exceeded (avoiding<br /> the tripping of the MCB).<br /> RCD protection is provided.<br />
  43. 43. Private Parking (multiuser)<br />The Parking Owner bills according to <br />the electricity consumption. Recharge<br />Equipment with built-in Ethernet communications.<br />Access Control or Pre-paid RFID cardssuppliedbythe Parking Owner<br />
  44. 44. Multipoint (multiuser) System<br />Multiuser controller + N remote outlets<br />230 Va.c. <br />RS-485<br />Installation with some remote outlets and built-in electrical protections<br />
  45. 45. Private Parking (PLC-System)<br />Throughthe PLC-Systemthe<br />UtilityreadstheElectricity-meters<br />and billtheelectricityconsumption<br />accordingly.<br />TheUtility can billthe home and<br />rechargeconsumptions in the<br />sameinvoicetotheUser.<br />Without a car in the parking slot the<br />Devicecannotbeconnected.<br />RCD protection<br />Control toavoidexceedingthe<br />contractedpowerlimit.<br />and control of disturbances in the<br />network (Harmonics)<br />
  46. 46. Shopping Centres Parking<br />Without Communication<br />With Communication<br />The Parking service<br />can beaddedtothe<br />electricityconsumption<br />bythe Parking Owner<br />Someloyaltyprogrammes<br />can beimplemented, like<br />notcharging a certain<br />amountbasedon total of <br />purchase<br />The Parking Owner can bill remotely.<br />The System allows the Demand management<br />and control of disturbances in the network<br />(harmonics)<br />
  47. 47. Car Fleet Parking<br />Multipoint Management System is very important, since several cars can be recharging at the same time. Optimum Management of consumption, balance between phases and harmonic filtering are required.<br />
  48. 48. ChargingStationsalongstreets<br /> RFID Cards payment (prepaid) for Cars and Motocycles are demanded due to the low amount of the electricity charge<br /><ul><li> RS485, Ethernet, GSM and GPRS Communication systems can be built-in
  49. 49. Energy Management to keep track of the network is required (PSS software)</li></li></ul><li>FastChargingStationsonroads<br /><ul><li>Fast Charging infrastructure is defined for rated powers up to 250 kW with a </li></ul> related charging time of less than 10 minutes.<br /><ul><li> Our equipment is designed for 7.2 kW/32 A single phase and 42 kW/63 A 3 phase with a related charging time of aprox. 30 minutes. </li></li></ul><li>AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations <br />
  50. 50. EV RECHARGING SOLUTIONS<br />MULTIPOINT SYSTEM<br />PARKING INDOOR<br />PARKING OUTDOOR<br />FAST CHARGE<br />2 WEELS VEHICLES<br />
  51. 51. CIRCARLIFE SOLUTIONS<br />OUTDOOR PARKING<br /><ul><li> Recharge Posts
  52. 52. Motorcycle Recharging Stations
  53. 53. Fast Recharging Stations</li></ul>INDOOR PARKING<br /><ul><li> Car Park Recharging Stations
  54. 54. Multipoint Intelligent Recharging Solution</li></li></ul><li>OUTDOOR POSTS<br /><ul><li> One and Two Outlets models (CCL-PE1, CCL-PE2)
  55. 55. Designed to be installed on Street
  56. 56. Antivandal (Stainless Steel of 3mm, anti graffiti coating, RFID identification, Outlets mechanically protected)
  57. 57. Electrical security ( MCB, Self-Reclosing RCCB, Power interrupt under user operation)
  58. 58. RFID access control and prepayment system (With integrated display)
  59. 59. Integrated energy metering
  60. 60. IP 54
  61. 61. Easy of use
  62. 62. Protected against fraud</li></li></ul><li>OUTDOOR POSTS<br /><ul><li>Communication options for remote management:
  63. 63. Serial RS-485
  64. 64. Ethernet (TCP-IP)
  65. 65. GPRS / 3G (TCP-IP)
  66. 66. Other functions:
  67. 67. Internal memory for 1 long time data logging
  68. 68. Over Voltage protection
  69. 69. Remote reclosing MCB
  70. 70. Inputs for monitoring protections and pole status</li></li></ul><li>CAR PARK BOXES<br /><ul><li> One and Two Outlets models with and without electrical protections (CCL-CP1, CCL-CP2, CCL-CP1-P, CCL-CP2-P, CCL-CD1, CCL-CD1-P)
  71. 71. Designed to be installed inside parkings
  72. 72. Robust (Steel, RFID identification)
  73. 73. Electrical security ( MCB, RCCB, Power interrupt under user operation)
  74. 74. RFID access control and prepayment system (With integrated display)
  75. 75. Integrated energy metering
  76. 76. Easy of use and install
  77. 77. Protected against fraud</li></li></ul><li>MULTIPOINT SYSTEM<br /><ul><li> Three-Phase and Single-Phase models 230V/32A and 400V/63A(CCL-CT1, CCL-CM1)
  78. 78. Designed to be installed in parkings
  79. 79. Robust (Steel, RFID identification)
  80. 80. Electrical security ( MCB, RCCB, Power interrupt under user operation)
  81. 81. RFID access control and prepayment system (With integrated display)
  82. 82. Integrated energy metering
  83. 83. Easy of use and install
  84. 84. Protected against fraud</li></ul>DevelopingdcCHadeMO<br />
  85. 85. TWO WEELS CHARGING<br /><ul><li> Three and Six plug-in models(CCL-CB3, CCL-CB6)
  86. 86. Robust (Steel, RFID identification)
  87. 87. Electrical security ( MCB, RCCB, Power interrupt under user operation)
  88. 88. RFID access control and prepayment system (With integrated display)
  89. 89. Integrated energy metering
  90. 90. Easy of use and install
  91. 91. Protected against energy stealing
  92. 92. Keypad for plug-in selection</li></li></ul><li>MULTIPOINT SYSTEM<br /><ul><li>Remote Outlets + Master Controller
  93. 93. Remote Outlets Hardware:
  94. 94. Controlled by RS-485
  95. 95. Integrated energy metering
  96. 96. Detection of unplug
  97. 97. Remote control of energy supply
  98. 98. Robust
  99. 99. Standard Schuko by default (others under request)
  100. 100. Integrated electrical protections as option (MCB and RCCB)</li></ul>Master Controller<br />Remote Outlet<br />
  101. 101. Multipoint System<br /><ul><li>Master Controller Hardware:
  102. 102. RS-485 port for Remote Outlets (until 32)
  103. 103. Ethernet channel for integration and remote management
  104. 104. 15” antivandal touch panel for user input
  105. 105. Robust enclosure
  106. 106. Mifare RFID integrated (Magnetic and barcode as option) for access and prepayment
  107. 107. TCP-IP communications with other controllers for bigger installations</li></ul>Master Controller<br />Remote Outlet<br />
  108. 108. REMOTE SOFTWARE<br /><ul><li> Configurable software
  109. 109. Harmonic distorsion control (Quality)
  110. 110. Power control, energy metering
  111. 111. Automatic reports
  112. 112. Graphics, events, alarms, historics
  113. 113. Multi-user remote web software
  114. 114. Charging point monitoring status
  115. 115. Real time events reporting
  116. 116. Maintenance success reporting
  117. 117. User programmable functions</li></li></ul><li>REMOTE SOFTWARE<br /><ul><li>User customizable Scada screen
  118. 118. Remote management of the poles, activation, deactivation, firmware upgrades, monitoring, …
  119. 119. Integration:
  120. 120. Easy integration with XML protocol
  121. 121. Easy access to any parameter on the software
  122. 122. Direct integration with the poles also possible through easy XML protocols</li></li></ul><li>CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE<br />Andorra<br />Andorra Country<br /><ul><li> 22 Charging points installed on street across the country
  123. 123. Prepayment with RFID cards</li></li></ul><li>CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE<br />Formentera<br />Formentera Island<br /><ul><li> 28 Charging points installed on street across the island
  124. 124. Prepayment with RFID, dattaloggin and IP communications</li></li></ul><li>CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE<br />Barcelona<br />Barcelona City<br /><ul><li> 50 Charging points installed on street across the city
  125. 125. Prepayment with RFID, data login and real time communications through GPRS</li></li></ul><li>CLEANING FLEET PARKING CHARGE<br />Barcelona, October 2009<br />
  126. 126. CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE:BARCELONA CLEANNING FLEET 73 ud<br /> 3 PHASE CHARGE<br /> SINGLE PH CHARGE<br />
  127. 127. CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE<br />
  128. 128. CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE:BARCELONA CLEANNING FLEET 73 ud<br />
  129. 129. CIRCONTROL EV PROJECTS IN PLACE:BARCELONA CLEANNING FLEET 73 ud<br />Recharging solution for a fleet of 73 EV. Includes electrical protections, energy metering and active correction of harmonics and neutral current. It’s connected to the SCADA system for a complete energy monitoring of the whole system.<br />
  130. 130. OTHER REFERENCES<br />International<br />Norway (Arendal, Grimstad, Tønsberg, Kragerø, Mandal, Drammen, Askim, Halden, Molde, Ålesund, Måløy, Namsos), <br />Poland (Warsaw), Turkey (Istanbul),<br />Italy (Milan), Singapur, Andorra,<br />Finland (Helsinki),<br />Sweden, Ireland,<br />...<br />
  131. 131. OTHER REFERENCES<br />Spain<br />Red Eléctrica de España (Spain electrical network operator) <br />Endesa Madrid (Spanish main electric company)<br />Iberdrola (Spanish electric company)<br />Formula 1 GP CircuitMontmeló<br />Barcelona Airport T1<br />Sabadell City<br />Terrassa City<br />Barcelona City<br />
  132. 132. OTHER REFERENCES<br />Madrid Plaza OrienteMadird Plaza del Rey<br />Valencia Plaza Cánovas<br />Reus Amersam<br />Barcelona Gran Vía 2<br />Ibiza Island Parking operator<br />Galicia parking operator<br />Barcelona city cleaning services<br />...<br />Present Installations > #1000 Charging points<br />
  133. 133. AGENDA<br />Company Presentation<br />Electrical Vehicles: present and future<br />Electrical network impact <br />Recharging solutions by End User Segment <br />CirCarLife solutions<br />Learning from projects and situations<br />
  134. 134. Learningfrom Project and situations<br />Do not underestimate the current installation issues: <br /><ul><li> Electrical infrastructure. Network overloading due to pick demands caused by standard and fast recharging systems acting simultaneously
  135. 135. Electrical infrastructure. Capacity of the Power transformer in old districts and parking applications.
  136. 136. Optimize the working place. Communication with the</li></ul> Transformer Vehicle identification (multiuser issue)<br /><ul><li> Elimination of harmonics in the installation
  137. 137. EU standards related to components</li></li></ul><li>PROJECTS & STUDIES<br />Verde Project (40M € for Spanish development of electro mobility)<br />CADS study and Book “Guide of the EV”<br />(Research on sustainable development the Government of Catalonia and Spain)<br />Movele plan (Spanish plan for the introduction of electric vehicles in urban centres)<br />Microgrid project (Project for the<br />Interaction of EV with renewable<br />energies)<br />Chademo (Japan ultra fast dccharge. We are members)<br />
  138. 138. PRESS AND MEDIA<br />Exhibitions<br />Exhibition of eco mobility (Madrid) <br />Saló del automòbil (Barcelona)<br />Traffex Birmingham (UK) <br />Parkopolis Paris (France) <br />Asesga Madrid (Spain) <br />Hannover Messe (Germany) <br />EPA (Viena)<br />Municipalia (Lleida)<br />Plan Movele presentation (Madrid)<br />IPA (Irlanda)<br />Trafic 2009 (Madrid)<br />Salónvehículo y combustible alternativo (Valladolid)<br />
  139. 139. PRESS AND MEDIA<br />TV Channels<br />Magazines<br />Newspapers<br />International Studies<br />
  140. 140. Thankyou!<br />

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