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1 European Regions' Activities related to Electromobility Andreas Ziolek HyRaMP – Chairman of the Board Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

2 Structure HyRaMP Introduction … HyRaMP Recent Activities … Preparing Hy(E)RaMP … The Next Mile … 2Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

3 Structure HyRaMP Introduction … HyRaMP Recent Activities … Preparing HyE RaMP … The Next Mile … 3Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

4 Conference on Future Transport Fuels April 13, 2011 Italy Abruzzo Province of Bolzano Lazio Lombardy Piemonte Province of Trento Tuscany Veneto Spain Andalusia Aragon Castilla La Mancha Catalonia Galicia Scandinavian Regions (N, SE, DK), represented by Hydrogen Sweden Flanders (Belgium) City of Ljubljana (Slovenia) City of Wroclaw (Poland) City of Torres Vedras (Portugal DutchHy (Netherlands) Pirkanmaa (Finland) HyRaMP Introduction – Members (2011) Slide 4 France Rhone Alpes Midi Pyrénées Bretagne Germany Baden-Württemberg City of Hamburg Hessen North Rhine-Westphalia United Kingdom West Midlands Outer Hybrides North East England City of London

5 HyRaMP Introduction – Members Representatives of regional / local authorities involved in Strategic energy and transport planning Technology development program planning Funding program definition Industrial policy Environmental aspects Public fleet procurements Infrastructure set up 5Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

6 HyRaMP Introduction – Objectives Coordination between the European Regions Harmonisation of regional activities across Europe Initiation of common inter-regional projects (actions) Monitoring and data collection Towards EU Representation towards the European organisations Harmonisation of regional, national and EU policy and funding HyRaMP regions have access to tools for the introduction and commercialisation of innovative drivetrain technologies 6Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

7 HyRaMP – Regional R&D Budget for H2/Fuel Cells *With data from 27 of 31 members * ~ 42 > 82 7Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

8 Structure HyRaMP Introduction … HyRaMP Recent Activities … Preparing HyE RaMP … The Next Mile … 8Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

9 HyRaMPs FC Vehicle Demo Project Involvement HyRaMP is already involved in several projects of the EU Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), as partner /co- financer … H2 moves Scandinavia (FC passenger cars) HyRaMP facilitates European road shows across several European regions (dissemination through local events). CHIC (FC hybrid buses) HyRaMP coordinates general and targeted dissemination in 19 regions in Europe. 3 rd FCH JU Call (2010 under negotiation) HyRaMP is a dissemination partner in two fuel cell vehicles demo projects: one for buses and one for taxies. … to support a long-term approach for commercialisation and to motivate local decision makers with concrete project results. 1st Call 2nd Call 3rd Call 9Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

10 Example: CHIC Project on FC Hybrid Buses External funding FCH JU funding Phase 2regions Phase 1 regions Use existing and create new knowledge Bolzano (5 buses) London (8 buses) Milan (3 buses) Oslo (5 buses) Aargau (5 buses) Phase 2 regions Receive gathered and refined knowledge from Phase 0 and Phase 1 Phase 0 regions Contribute knowledge from prefunded projects Hamburg (10 buses) Cologne (2 buses) Berlin (5 buses) BC Transit (20 buses) CHIC data analysis and assessment Translation in (political) recommendations Provision of data Dissemination Long-term strategy instead of unaligned project sequence Hessen/ Frankfurt Abruzzo Amsterdam Arnhem Barcelona Birmingham Flanders Lazio/ Rome Madrid Midi Pyrenees North Rhine-Westphalia Trentino Turino 10Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

11 CHIC Project Joint Activities of 5 European partners in the project (Bolzano, London, Milan, Switzerland, Oslo) Funding of 26 buses and refueling infrastructure up to 100 vehicles per day Partner-consortium for next bus project in formation HyRaMP members next generation funding schemes NRW (> 25 buses), Berlin (4 ), Cologne (4), Hamburg (10/20), Karlsruhe (2) London (10 buses for 2012 Olympics) Amsterdam (4 +) Flanders (5 buses) Oslo (5 buses) Lombardy (3 buses) Large Scale Hydrogen Infrastructure Investment Program Preparation Technical Assistance proposal under EIB Elena Program Support FCH JU future bus powertrain study HyRaMP FC Hybrid Bus Activities 11Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

12 H2 Infrastructure and EUs future Energy Networks Bolzano Castilla, La Mancha Cologne Hamburg Constant realisation of refuelling stations Already ~ 20 refuelling stations in operation in Europe Another 60 – 80 stations in preparation until Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

13 Structure HyRaMP Introduction … HyRaMP Recent Activities … Preparing Hy(E)RaMP … The Next Mile … 13Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

14 Rationale – Definition of Electro Mobility 14Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

15 Rationale – Definition of Electro Mobility 15Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

16 Rationale – Definition of Electro Mobility Electro Mobility Drive train options (e.g. HEV, PHEV, Range Extender, …) Battery Technology Battery Technology Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Energy Savings, Efficiency, Renewables 16Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

17 EU: Enlarge scope of HyRaMP to electro mobility (DG MOVE/DG ENTR) EU Clean and Energy Efficient Vehicle Strategy indicates EC commitment to work with MS and regional / local governments on electric infrastructure development. Collaboration with EC towards pathway to involve regional authorities. Procedure: January 2011: Concept paper sent to over 70 regions February 16, 2011: Concept paper was finalized in a workshop March 16, 2011: HyRaMP Board announced enlargement of HyRaMP activities HyRaMPs Way to Hy(E)RaMP 17Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

18 February 16, 2011: Concept paper was finalized in a workshop; Conclusions are 1.General agreement on the way forward and the scope of a broadened HyRAMP. 2.Agreement on Concept Paper for Hy(E)RaMP (working title) based on HyRaMP statutes and work plans. 3.HyRaMP will proceed with formal requirements to broaden the scope of the organisation; a proposal to adapt the statutes, name change as well as new Board structure will be presented at the General Assembly in October. 4.During transition phase current board members will also take action on recharging infrastructure, vehicle deployment and other relevant topics. 5.Secretariat and Board members have already taken action on strategy development and data surveys among Hy(E)RaMP current and potential new members. HyRaMPs Way to Hy(E)RaMP 18Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

19 March 16, 2011: HyRaMP Board announced enlargement of HyRaMP Activities; Actvities are 1.Electromobility and the required recharging and hydrogen infrastructure and its impact on local energy systems, especially with regards to renewable sources. 2.Stationary fuel cell systems. 3.Grid efficiency including storage, grid management, e.g. smart grids. 4.Special/early market applications as UPS power, materials handling. HyRaMPs Way to Hy(E)RaMP 19Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

20 Regions role in Electro Mobility Deployment as… Planning and transport authorities influencing urban and regional development and infrastructure decisions at local level (i.e. general city planning, environmental zones, congestion charge etc). Purchasers and pilot customers of vehicles as early adopters (i.e. procurement of public fleets) in order to support demand and market viability of vehicles and infrastructure. Enabler to integrate electric infrastructure into local energy planning decisions as part of wider energy security concepts. Promotors of public awareness by using advanced technology within daily business and positioning local authorities as technology/ innovation providers. 20Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

21 HyRaMP Data on Electric Mobility - Germany 21

22 HyRaMP Survey – Preliminary Results 22

23 Structure HyRaMP Introduction … HyRaMP Recent Activities … Preparing HyE RaMP … The Next Mile … 23Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

24 Hy(E)RaMP Support to EU Strategy Development Set up of professional data monitoring / data sharing structure as input to EU, national, regional policy and financial planning Aligning overall communication activities on Electric Mobility with relevant EU projects (Green eMotion, CIVITAS, ELTIS etc. ) Input to actions identified in recent EU Transport White Paper: - Strategic Transport Technology Plan - Transport System Strategy - Mobility Plans and Scoreboard/potential use Structural funds Collaboration European Industrial Initiatives (EII) of SET Plan Input to Smart Cities and Communities Initiative 24Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011

25 Ready to go the extra mile: HyRaMP Secretariat Paleis der Academiën, Hertogsstraat 1 Brussels, Belgium Tel. +32 (02) Fax. +32 (02) Conference on Future Transport Fuels – Brussels, April 13, 2011


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