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1 19 August, 2014Hannes Lüttringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH1 US-EU Energy Council ICT aspects on vehicle-grid connectivity Hannes Luettringhaus ELVIRE Coordinator Nov 2010

2 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen ICT aspects on vehicle-grid connectivity 19 August 2014Hannes Luettringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH2 Power Distributor Grid Operator EV User  Peace of mind  Always charging when parking  Possibility to extend range  Real Time Information

3 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen ICT aspects on vehicle-grid connectivity 19 August 2014Hannes Luettringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH3 Power Distributor Grid Operator EV User Mobility Management Energy supply and demand prioritization Charge Infrastructure Battery Financing & Warranty Road Side Assistance Real-Time Information Services Contribution to Standardization etc. Service Provider  Deployment of Charge Infrastructure  Allocation of Charge Sites  Transmission of Charge Plans  Smart Charging  Road-Side-Assistance  Billing / CRM  Deployment of Charge Infrastructure  Allocation of Charge Sites  Transmission of Charge Plans  Smart Charging  Road-Side-Assistance  Billing / CRM  Grid Balancing  Smart Charging  V2G Supply  Roaming  Optimization of green energy yield  Grid Balancing  Smart Charging  V2G Supply  Roaming  Optimization of green energy yield Emergence of new business…

4 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen Standardization of interfaces required ICT aspects on vehicle-grid connectivity 19 August 2014Hannes Luettringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH4 Service Provider Utility Infra- structure Provider Private Grid EV OEM Service Provider

5 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen ICT aspects on vehicle-grid connectivity 19 August, 2014Hannes Lüttringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH5 InterfaceTypePurpose  Utility o Landline Availability of energy Consumption data  Private Grid o Landline Grid Limitation Consumption data  Charge Spot o Landline or wireless Availability of Charge Spot Consumption data  Vehicle o Wireless data Authentication / Billing Real-Time driver information Charge Spot allocation Specific charge need  OEM o Landline Authentication / Billing Real-Time driver information Charge Spot allocation Specific charge need  Other Service Provider o Landline Roaming Authentication

6 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen 19 August, 2014Hannes Lüttringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH6 6 / Hannes Lüttringhaus © Continental AG Objectives & Partnership Mission The objective of “ELVIRE” is to develop an on-board electric energy communication & service platform for realistic use-cases including the relevant external communication and services. Goals  Selection of representative use-cases according to realistic scenarios and business-models.  Identification & development of those off-board ICT & services needed to comply with the use cases  Development of “Prototypes” for the on-board Communication and E-energy service unit  Test & verification of all integrated sub-systems on prototype level and in a proof of concept demonstration Coordinator: Continental Automotive GmbH Total costs: ±9.300 M€ EC contribution: M€ Start date: 01/01/2010 Duration: 36 months

7 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen 19 August, 2014Hannes Lüttringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH7 7 / Hannes Lüttringhaus © Continental AG Objectives & Partnership Volkswagen Renault

8 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen 19 August, 2014Hannes Lüttringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH8 Thank you

9 ATB Better Place CEA Continental Endesa Erasmus ERPC Lindholmen Renault SAP Volkswagen Panel Discussion 1. What is required to implement ‘smart charging’ for EVs? We need to work towards Smart Grids but this may take several years of deployment and huge investments. For a faster roll out there is but one way to realize it, through a service provider who is prepared to create the missing links in between all the required entities, be it charge infrastructure, connections to local companies and private grid operators, etc. 2. What are the incentives for global harmonization of vehicle connectivity? … is it necessary? Harmonization is essential to reach mass market acceptance. EV buyers need to be free to use any infrastructure available (roaming). For suppliers and vehicle manufacturers, this means investment security. EVs would be usable and therefore marketable anywhere. If we compare this with the mobile phone adoption it becomes apparent, that the introduction of standards such as GSM or CDMA were enablers for market growth. 3. Roles of government and utilities in the implementation of smart charging and smart grids. Utilities are just one of the many stakeholders in the realization of smart charging. First of all, we need to know the individual EV battery condition as well as the drivers mobility need. Second is to know grid limitations, but not just globally or on national scale, but we need to know it also in the small and private grids. EV charging will be offered on private premises such as company sites or public parking garages, etc. Everywhere are grid limitations which need to be checked. Only if all the information is present we can produce an individual smart charge plan for every EV. Governments should see the value service providers can bring to the market. They will find work around solutions before all the grid elements are smart enough for full automation. They will accelerate EV acceptance and drive mass market adoption from an earlier stage. Of course service providers must compete and this market should be deregulated, effectively hindering incumbent market participants (i.e. Utilities or OEMs, etc) to block competition. Finally governments should change their traffic regulations in order to keep ICE cars from blocking EV charge spots and help with enforcement. 19 August, 2014Hannes Lüttringhaus - Continental Automotive GmbH9


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