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R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Plug-in.

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Presentation on theme: "R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Plug-in."— Presentation transcript:

1 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Plug-in Vehicles Charging and infrastructure Pete Lunt Fleet Consultant

2 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 How to charge the vehicle? Financial case is only part of the equation -Where will the vehicle be charged? -When can the vehicle be charged? -Types of hardware -Costs 2

3 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 How long does it take to charge a vehicle? 3 It takes too long to charge an electric vehicle Based on a 24kWh battery Charging Time Power Supplied Maximum Current ModeSpeed A common perception? Charging Time Power Supplied Maximum Current ModeSpeed 10.4 hrs2.3kW10A2,3Slow 8.3 hrs3kW13A2,3Slow 6.5 hrs3.5kW16A2,3Slow 3.2 hrs7.4kW32A3Fast 1.6 hrs14.5kW63A3Fast 29 mins50kW A4Rapid It depends!

4 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Vehicle inlet sockets Type 1 Connection – 5 Pin Favoured by US and Japanese manufacturers Type 2 Connection – 7 Pin European standard 4

5 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Which inlet socket? 5 Type 1 (5 Pin)Type 2 (7 Pin) Chevrolet Volt Nissan LeafBMW i3 Citroen C-ZeroPeugeot Ion Smart ED (2013) Ford Focus ElectricSmiths Edison Van Renault Zoe MiaToyota Prius Renault Kangoo ZE Mitsubishi i-MiEVVauxhall Ampera Tesla Model-S Nissan NV200 SE Van VW e-up!

6 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Charging modes and sockets Mode 1 6 BEAMA Guide to Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

7 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Charging modes and sockets Mode 2 – Slow / Standard Charging 7 BEAMA Guide to Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

8 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Mode 2 - Plugs, sockets and cables Power Outlet Cable EV Inlet 8 Type 1 Type 2

9 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Charging modes and sockets Mode 3 – Slow / Fast Charging 9 BEAMA Guide to Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

10 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Mode 3 – Plugs, sockets and cables Domestic charging unit Power outlet & tethered cable EV Inlet 10 Type 1Type 2

11 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Mode 3 – Plugs, sockets and cables 11 Power Outlet – Commercial / Public Cable EV Inlet Type 1 Type 2

12 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Charging modes and sockets Mode 4 – Rapid Charging 12 BEAMA Guide to Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

13 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Mode 4 – Plugs, sockets and cables Power Outlet – DC Rapid Charger Cable – CHAdeMO Charging System EV Inlet 13 Type 1 socket Rapid charge socket

14 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Mode 4 – Plugs, sockets and cables Or it could be the Combined charging system: Cable EV Inlet 14 Type 2 socket Rapid charge socket

15 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 In summary You only need maximum of two cables One with a 3 pin plug: To connect to a standard wall socket and some old public charge points One with a Type 2 connector: To connect to work or newer public charge points The vehicle will come with one of these as standard You need to buy the other! 15

16 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B Types of hardware Hardwired wall box Single socket wall box Dual socket floor post Dual socket wall box DC Rapid Charger

17 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Single socket wall box + points Smaller organisations with a low number of plug-in vehicles Organisations with a variety of plug-in vehicles with different charging inlets types Inexpensive 17

18 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Hardwired wall box + points Organisations with a dedicated plug-in vehicle on site Home charging Safe 18

19 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Dual socket charge points + points: Organisations needing simultaneous charging, up 32A per outlet RFID Tag/key provides security and allows controlled usage Publicly visible sign of EVs: chance to raise awareness 19

20 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 DC Rapid Charger + points: Quick: from 5 and 30 minutes (0-80%) RFID Tag/key provides added security and allows controlled usage - points: some EVs do not have a DC rapid charge inlet: Fluence, Kangoo ZE, E-REVs, PHEVs Zoe & Smart can take an AC rapid charge through Type 2 connection 20

21 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Where do you plan to charge the vehicle? Work-place charging Charging at home Public charging points 21

22 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Public infrastructure Rapidly growing nationwide network 5,277 charge points, as of 6 th February Slow chargers – 3 pin connector cable Fast chargers – Type 2 connector cable Motorway network of rapid charge unitsrapid being developed 22

23 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Zap-Map 23

24 R 0 G 169 B 224 R 79 G 45 B 127 R 207 G 0 B 114 R 199 G 172 B 150 R 237 G 41 B 57 R 194 G 172 B 190 R 41 G 153 B 38 R 254 G 209 B 0 R 225 G 216 B 183 Thank you


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