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MAKING SENSE OF E-MOBILITY An introduction to the Baden-Württemberg approach Stefan Büchele e-mobil BW GmbH 11 September 2014 Political framework and major initiatives State Initiative for Electric Mobility

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MAKING SENSE OF E-MOBILITY An introduction to the Baden-Württemberg approach Stefan Büchele e-mobil BW GmbH 11 September 2014 Political framework and major initiatives State Initiative for Electric Mobility total volume of 65 million Euro in two stages research infrastructure knowledge transfer project funding (research,demonstration) electric vehicles in state fleets advisory services for SME education and training regulative and legal aspects information and contact point network and cluster management project initiation and support for SME education and training location marketing Cluster Electric Mobility South-West industrialisation of electric mobility four fields of innovation: automotive, energy, information and communication, production more than 80 partners from industry, science and public sector German Leading-Edge Cluster since 2012 Living Lab BW e mobil demonstration, business models fields of action: intermodality, fleets and commercial traffic, infrastructure, urban development, vehicle technology, evaluation more than 100 partners from industry, science and public sector National Showcase for Electric Mobility since 2012 Cluster Fuel Cell BW industrialisation of mobile and stationary fuel cell applications infrastructure (hydrogen generation, storage and distribution) research on electrolysis and fuel cell technology creation of markets for fuel cell vehicles Electric mobility - a complex system Images: Daimler AG,, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Fraunhofer IAO, MVV Energie AG, PTV AG, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG Living Lab BW e mobil The Living Lab BW e mobil is a key part of Baden-Württemberg s regional roadmap to sustainable mobility. It is one of four National Showcases for Electric Mobility in Germany. Key facts: More than 100 partners in 40 projects with a total volume of 110 million Euros. More than 2,000 electric vehicles and 1,000 charging points until end of Strategic fields of activity: Intermodality Vehicle Technology Communication and Participation Fleets and Commercial Transport Urban and Traffic Planning Training and Qualification Energy, Infrastructure and ICT Living and E-Mobility Interdisciplinary Research Images: Daimler AG, e-mobil BW/Studio KD Busch, SSB AG Images: Daimler AG, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Living Lab BW e mobil Charging infrastructure in Baden-Württemberg Key facts: currently about 700 public charging points all over Baden-Württemberg (Schuko plug and type-2 plug) four hydrogen fuelling stations in operation three Tesla Superchargers placed at motorways Charging infrastructure for electric two-wheelers in Stuttgart Region time frame: within framework of Stuttgart Model Region installation of charging stations for electric two-wheelers fleet tests with 500 ELMOTO e-bikes research of user behaviour and charging patterns Charging infrastructure in Stuttgart Region (projects ALIS and LIS) time frame: , within framework of Living Lab BW e mobil installation of 500 charging stations for electric two- and four-wheelers identification of appropriate and suitable locations evaluation and testing within the context of Car2Go carsharing scheme Further projects on charging infrastructure in Living Lab BWe mobil InFlott Integrated fleet charging Electric mobility in a business environment Images: e-mobil BW/Studio KD Busch, project consortium Stuttgart Services Innovative services for future mobility Stuttgart Services inter-connected mobility services in Stuttgart region: time frame: , within framework of Living Lab BW e mobil vision: intelligently networked, sustainable and simple electric mobility supplemented by urban services for citizens intelligent networking of mobility systems and service providers from different sectors set-up of real-time mobility information platform on regional mobility services development of Stuttgart Services Card (linking mobility and other public services) features: plan multi- and intermodal journeys, use public transport, share electric cars and bikes, park and electrify, pay and collect bonus points, borrow public library media, access urban services first-stage user field test in operation, large-scale deployment from 2015 ChargeLounge inter-connected mobility in Stuttgart region: innovative technological concept and business model developed by Fraunhofer IAO in cooperation with industry partners, funded by Ministry for Finance and Economics vision: offering customers a pleasant break while charging the electric vehicle high-capacity charging: three quick-charging stations, buffer battery easy installation at flexible locations, solid roof construction waiting area and meeting room (free coffee, wifi access, ) development of business model for operating a quick-charging ChargeLounge network first prototype presented at Hannover Industry Fair 2014 Challenges and further development Challenges for the successful development of a sustainable transport system: reducing costs and increasing number of units (creation of competitive life-cycle costs) international harmonization of technological standards and protocols (international cooperation) strategies to increase number of vehicles with electric drivetrains in public and private transport Fast-charging infrastructure in Germany: project initiative SLAM nation-wide project initiative by key players from industry and service sector as well as research institutes, funded by Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy installation of up to 400 fast-charging infrastructure along main traffic axes throughout Germany (AC and DC fast-charging, CCS plug) development of viable strategies and business models for fast-charging infrastructure Extension of hydrogen infrastructure for fuel cell vehicles currently five hydrogen stations in Baden-Württemberg (15 all over Germany) Baden-Württemberg is active member of Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) aim: up to 50 hydrogen fuelling stations all over Germany by 2015, significant number in Baden-Württemberg Inductive charging as further technology option research project BIPoLplus - contactless, inductive and position-tolerant charging (framework: Cluster Electric Mobility South-West) demonstration project RNV Primove Mannheim on inductive charging of busses (project by Bombardier and public transport operator) THANK YOU Stefan Büchele, e-mobil BW GmbH
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