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1 Hydrogen, fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions Contribution of HyER Regions’ network Marieke Reijalt Jos Streng Open Days Workshop: European Regions and Cities empowering electromobility

2 Source : EEO New members joining in 2013 Aberdeen Scotland Riga Berlin Valencia New members joining in 2013 Aberdeen Scotland Riga Berlin Valencia UK 8,787 EV 3,083 CS N 13,957 EV 4,156 CS NL 25,183 EV 8,674 CS D 4,879 EV 4,020 CS B 1,145 EV 227 CS F 13,298 EV 4,568 CS A 10,926 EV 3,292 CS E 1,218 EV 757 CS P 305 EV 1,064 CS HyER at a glance Membership increase: 2008 (9) < 2013 (40) Population: 115 mln GDP: 363 bln Membership increase: 2008 (9) < 2013 (40) Population: 115 mln GDP: 363 bln S 2,517 EV n/a

3 HyER Action points 1. Facilitate fact-based policy recommendations to inform decision-makers on state of the art of advanced technologies based on latest stage project and technology findings. 1. Facilitate fact-based policy recommendations to inform decision-makers on state of the art of advanced technologies based on latest stage project and technology findings. 2. Develop European support framework to provide local authorities with a long-term financial framework to support technology deployment by liaising with relevant European financial institutions. 2. Develop European support framework to provide local authorities with a long-term financial framework to support technology deployment by liaising with relevant European financial institutions. 3. Compile robust market introduction plans to support industrial planning based on proven regional action plans for sustainable market roll-out and technology introduction by evaluating and developing members individual development plans. 3. Compile robust market introduction plans to support industrial planning based on proven regional action plans for sustainable market roll-out and technology introduction by evaluating and developing members individual development plans.

4 Deployment channels for FC and E-Buses

5 Deployment channels for BEV and FCEV

6 Deployment channels for Infrastructure

7 TEN T: Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport (HIT) 7 partners, with the support of 5 EU Member States, co-funded by the EU. Synchronised Implementation Plan for (HRS) roll-out along a 1,000 km corridor from Gothenburg to Rotterdam with links to hydrogen hubs in DE and the UK 1 pilot station of Air Liquide in Rotterdam 2 pilot stations in DK by H2Logic Geographical planning aligned with the EU’s TENtec mapping system HyER’s support in : Project presence and press event at the TEN T Day in Nov. 2012, Brussels and October 15-18, 2013 in Talinn Website, Project Dissemination and Engagement Plan, support in organising the first national workshops in Duration: Nov – Dec. 2014

8  EEO was set up in 2012 with the support of HyER member regions and EC  EEO ‘s role is mentioned in CPT directive (2013): “..facilitate information exchange and coordinated regional action across the EU..”  EEO is designed to  answer key questions on drives and support schemes as well as compile learning from best practices across Europe;  identify robust deployment channels based on specific local conditions;  become a major tool to for policymakers at all levels:  - monitoring infrastructure planning across Europe - analysing data and providing policy recommendations European Electromobility Observatory info EEO Partners:

9 EEO – Needs and expectations

10  EEO was set up in 2012 with the support of HyER member regions and EC  EEO ‘s role is mentioned in CPT directive (2013): “..facilitate information exchange and coordinated regional action across the EU..”  EEO is designed to  answer key questions on drives and support schemes as well as compile learning from best practices across Europe;  Identify robust deployment channels based on specific local conditions;  become a major tool to for policymakers at all levels: - monitoring infrastructure planning across Europe - analysing data and providing policy recommendations  EEO Workshop June 24, 2013 highlighted business cases for infrastructure European Electromobility Observatory info EEO Partners:

11  HyER member regions share the EU ambition to promote and speed up the implementation of hydrogen fuel cell and electromobility in the EU as the major alternative fuels enabling CPT.  HyER member regions share and promote the view that standardisation is a key issue requiring European regulation:  to accelerate infrastructure ramp-up and mobilize economy of scales in terms of cost reduction, quality improvement.  Different standards for recharging and hydrogen refueling have been identified as a major obstacles for intensive interaction and joint development by HyER members within several projects. HyER’s general position regarding the CPT

12  Targets can only be successful if commitments have been made and are accepted by all relevant stakeholders including transport and energy system operators;  Targets and ambitions need therefore to acknowledge local and regional aims, drivers and conditions (e.g. economic development, climate protection)  Targets need to be based on facts and experiences of first concrete projects and programs, currently collected, monitored and analyzed by the European Electro-mobility Observatory (EEO). HyER’s comments regarding CPT Targets

13  To support decision makers in defining realistic roll out strategies, identifying trends, business cases and support schemes is crucial: up-to-date insight into recharging and refueling deployment is needed.  Insight in the landscape of regional variation and in the relations between regional and national transport and energy authorities helps to identify common denominators.  Support for an obligation (target) may be enhanced by a reward or stimulus: EU guidance (taskforce) to ensure harmonized roll out and to leverage financing of several EU programs (TEN T, ERDF) will be needed:  HyER is ready to ensure regional input necessary for successful roll-out ! HyER’s recommendations based on first outcome EEO

14 HyER Calendar Open Days This afternoon!!; CHIC intermediate conference EEO Webinar October 14, 2013, info International Bus Workshop – October 2013 (Hamburg); Busworld Kortrijk – 18 October 2013 (Kortrijk) Akershus Conference “Clean Power for Transport” – October 2013 (Oslo) EVS 27 Green e Motion – EEO Workshop November 19, 2013 (Barcelona)

15 HyER Aim: Clean Power to the Regions and Cities of Europe! The House of the European Cities, Municipalities and Regions Square de Meeûs Brussels


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