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1 Cenex Centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies Electric Vehicles Chris Walsh Head of Technical Support and Consultancy 1

2 Running projects and programmes focused on accelerating the deployment of low carbon vehicles –Managing low carbon vehicle procurement –Overseeing fleet deployment trials –Delivering the UKs national annual Low Carbon Vehicle event (LCV) –Providing fleet carbon reduction consultancy Cenex clients include: Introduction to Cenex

3 Hydrogen Vehicles Vehicles Birmingham, Loughborough and Stornoway Infrastructure Sheffield, Bedford, Surrey, Glamorgan Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Vehicles Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Gateshead, Perth & Kinross, Liverpool, Nottingham, Birmingham, Wakefield, Doncaster, London, Warwick, Coventry, Hackney, Sheffield, Camden and Islington Infrastructure Birmingham, Westminster, Greenwich, Camden, Hackney, Coventry, Manchester airport, East midlands airport, Barnet, Stockton-on-Tees Bio-methane Vehicles London, Leeds and Middlesex Infrastructure Sheffield, Glamorgan, Milton Keynes, Barnsley, Andover Cenex low carbon vehicle projects

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12 The Smart Move Case Studies - Fleets Kitchen appliance manufacturer Security patrol Charity Pool and educational demonstration Supermarket Pool vehicle

13 Emissions – None at the tail pipe

14 CO2 - Petrol or Diesel W-t-W

15 The Smart Move Case Studies – CO 2 emissions

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17 Comparison

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19 EV laboratory range testing Range and regen performance ModePowerRe-gen Drive (D)MaxLow Eco (E)RestrictedMedium Brake (B)MaxHigh

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21 The Smart Move Case Studies – Economics Energy cost Fixed cost 118 ppl 8.4 p/kWh Linear extrapolation 204 ppl in year p/kWh in year 7 Mileage Base case (312 days/annum) Increased mileage (Base case x 2) Stretched mileage (12,000 MPA) Maintenance cost Includes scheduled maintenance Excludes unscheduled maintenance Vehicle cost Diesel £8,625 Smart ed £15,000 £20k insurance value minus PiCG Residual values set at 40%, 32%, 22% yrs 3, 5 and 7 £0 road tax No BIK (Pool vehicle use) No additional insurance cost Fixed costs Variable costs TOC analysis for smart ed and smart diesel Undertaken in the Cenex fleet carbon reduction tool Usage data feeds in to Economics

22 The Smart Move Case Studies – Economics

23 Recharging

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25 Plugged in Midlands charge point location page Charge Point Management System

26 Midlands PiP EV/PHEV market development via charge point deployment in the East and West Midlands > 50 Partners including Local Authorities, Central Networks, Rail Operators, Shopping Centres, Science Parks, Car Companies, etc

27 Challenges – Standards / Technology Standard or Fast (Post or Wall) Home Types of Charging Point Quick

28 Finances Total project value of £6.3m Grant awarded £2.95m  FY 11/12 £1.40m  FY 12/13 £1.55m Grant contribution towards host infrastructure capital costs: 40% - Private Businesses 60% - Domestic 60% - Local (including county, city, borough and district) Councils and unitary authorities

29 For More Information Chris Walsh CENEX Tel: Web:


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