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  • Electric Vehicles:

    How to prepare.

  • Today, we’re talking about cars.

  • and fuel.

  • and electricity.

  • and property.

  • and technology.

  • and money.

  • and the environment.

  • This is a story in two parts.

    1. Electric vehicles in general

    2. How it relates to you

  • Aim:

    To understand what an electric vehicle is,

    how to charge them,

    where to charge them,

    and why you should be responsible for charging them.

  • What is an electric vehicle?

  • Does it have a plug?

  • Electric Vehicles – Current Market (BEVs)

    BMW i3

    Nissan Leaf

    Renault Zoe

    Renault Kangoo

    Tesla Model S

    Tesla Model X

  • Electric Vehicles – Current Market (PHEVs)

    Audi A3 e tron

    BMW 330e

    BMW X5e

    BMW i8

    BMW 740e

    Mercedes C350e

    Mercedes GLC 350e

    Mercedes E350e

    Mercedes GLE 500e

    Mercedes S500e

    Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

    Volvo XC90 T8

    Volvo XC60 T8

    Volvo S90 T8

    Porsche Cayenne

    S e-hybrid

    Porsche Panamera

    4S e-hybrid

    Audi Q7 Quattro

    e tron

  • Electric Vehicles – Coming Soon (BEVs)

    Audi e-tron quattro (2019)

    Hyundai Ioniq EV (2018)

    Hyundai Kona EV (2019)

    Jaguar I-Pace (2018)

    Nissan Leaf (2019)

    Tesla Model 3 (2019)

    Mercedes EQC (2019)

    VW I.D. (2020)

    Porsche Taycan (2020)

  • Expected Uptake of EVs Study Year Uptake rate

    Australian

    projections

    Network Transformation Roadmap (ENA and

    CSIRO, 2016) 2035 20% of light vehicle fleet

    Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation in 2050

    (ClimateWorks Australia and ANU, 2014) 2030 45% of light vehicle fleet

    Zero Carbon Australia, Electric Vehicles (Beyond

    Zero Emissions, 2016) 2030 100% of passenger car fleet

    Australia’s emission projections 2016,

    (Department of the Environment and

    Energy, 2016)

    2030 15% of new light vehicle purchases

    Projections for the National Electricity

    Market (AEMO, 2016)

    2025 6.5 to 27% of new light vehicle

    purchases

    2036 16 to 45% of new light vehicle

    purchases

    Global

    projections

    Global EV Outlook 2016 (International

    Energy Agency 2016) 2030 10% of light vehicle fleet

    Bloomberg New Energy Finance, 2016 2040 25% of light vehicle fleet

    Source: The state of electric vehicles in Australia, June 2017 (Electric Vehicle Council)

  • Expected Uptake of EVs

    Source: Electric Vehicles Insights, September 2018 (Energeia / AEMO)

  • Conservatively

    10% of new vehicle sales

    by 2025

  • To put in context

    That’s 120,000 new vehicles

    every year by 2025

  • Which is

    12,000 vehicles every year in “Strata”

    by 2025

    needing to charge

  • Which is equivalent to approximately

    this many Eureka Towers @ 100% occupancy:

  • All of them want to plug in.

  • Honestly. What’s with the plugs?

  • Plug Standards

    AC DC

    Type 1 • Alternate names: J1772 • Single Phase

    Type 2 • Alternate names: IEC

    62196, Mennekes • 3 Phase • Australian Standard

    CHAdeMO

    CCS1 • Combined Charging

    System Type 1

    CCS2 • Combined Charging

    System Type 2

  • Plug Standards

    AC DC

    Type 1 • Alternate names: J1772 • Single Phase

    Type 2 • Alternate names: IEC

    62196, Mennekes • 3 Phase • Australian Standard

    CHAdeMO

    CCS1 • Combined Charging

    System Type 1

    CCS2 • Combined Charging

    System Type 2

  • We’re not the only bad guys here.

  • Does it make it better?

  • No.

    But it puts it in context.

  • How fast can you charge?

  • Levels of Charging

    Portable Charger

    AC Charging

    DC Charging

    2.4kW 3.6kW 22kW 350kW

    HoursOvernight

  • Source: EV Charging Infrastructure Practice Note (Economic Development Queensland)

  • AC Charging (City of Greater Geelong)

  • 25kW DC Charging (Sydney Atarmon)

  • Rapid DC Charging (QLD Electric Highway)

  • Ridiculously Rapid Charging on Freeway

    (Europe)

  • How much does it cost to charge?

  • Perth

    Sydney

    Brisbane

    MelbourneAdelaide

    Canberra

    Average 50km a day

  • 1kWh ≈ 7km

  • 7kWh ≈ 50km

  • 30c / kWh

  • $2.10

  • $14.70

  • $764.40

  • 150 * 12 = $1,800

    Source: Canstar Blue

  • Source: Canstar Blue

    0.15 * 7kWh * 7 days * 52 weeks = $382.20

  • Source: AGL

    $1 * 365 = $365

  • $0 * 365 = $0

  • $0.00

    $200.00

    $400.00

    $600.00

    $800.00

    $1,000.00

    $1,200.00

    $1,400.00

    $1,600.00

    $1,800.00

    $2,000.00

    Petrol EV Peak Off Peak / AGL Solar

    Cost to run your vehicle

    Cost to run your vehicle

  • I’ve talked for a long time.

    Questions?

  • Part 2:

    Now let’s talk about how all of this relates to you.

  • Why?

  • We don’t install petrol pumps

  • What kind of community do I want to live in?

    What kind of community do I want to visit?

  • How many charging stations should I install?

  • Depends on the location

  • Source: EV Charging Infrastructure Practice Note (Economic Development Queensland)

  • How to install?

  • What hardware should we use?

  • Any – as long as it’s OCPP compliant in all respects.

  • What about load management?

  • Don’t tie yourself down.

    Make sure everything is open standards.

  • Who pays for power?

  • How do you monitor charging status?

  • How do you meter usage?

  • How do you charge?

  • How do you access EV Charging stations?

  • Now to the cool stuff.

  • Vehicle 2 Grid:

    - Offer an incentive for your residents to return power back to your municipality

    - Cut down on max demand costs

    - Take advantage of solar output

    - Take advantage of ToU tariffs

    - Opens up possibilities for fleets

  • Car Share

    - We are all moving to car share

    - But with EVs, fueling is on site

    - Interaction with V2G

    - Do you want to control?

    - What kind of business models work for fleet operators?

  • That’s a good place to end, and hopefully a good place to start.

    Let me know if we can help.

  • Tim Washington

    tim@jetcharge.com.au

    www.jetcharge.com.au

    mailto:tim@jetcharge.com.au

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