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Resumé af bevillinger fra Det Strategiske Forskningsråd til projekter i ERA-nettet Electromobility

Seks projekter har i 2012 fået bevillinger fra Det Strategiske Forskningsråd til projekter i ERA-nettet Electromobility.
Christian Bræin
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Project title: EV-STEP - Sustainable Technical and Economic Pathways for Electrified Mobility Systems in EU27 by 2030
Project coordinator: Edi Assoumou, Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées – Mines ParisTech
Danish partner: Seniorforsker Poul Erik Grohnheit (Technical University of Denmark)
Total funding: 502.560 €
Funding to Danish scientists: 166.292 €
Period: 2012-2014
Partners: Association pour la Recherche et
Developpement des Methodes et Processus Industrielles (France), Universität Stuttgartt (Germany), Technical University of Denmark and Société de Mathématiques Appliquées et de Sciences Humaines (France)

By expanding existing system analysis tools, the EV-STEP project will develop a framework for an integrated assessment in order to assess the key technical and economic conditions of an increased electrification of European transport systems. The methodology will be implemented by a team of modellers in a common and shared analysis associating a bottom-up energy systems optimization model to a static computable general equilibrium model. The MARKAL/TIMES and IMACLIM-S modelling frameworks will be used. EV-STEP's ultimate goal is to state integrated policy recommendations, evaluate technical roadmaps such as those proposed by the Green Car Initiative and quantify implications for the interconnected European electric and energy system, while determining impacts on EU27's economic input-output balance. Participants: The project is co-ordinated by ARMINES, France. IER, University of Stuttgart, Germany, DTU Management Engineering, Denmark, SMASH, France.

Project title: FCCP-APU Fuel Cell operating on Conventional Fuels as Auxiliary Power Unit for Electrical Vehicles
Project coordinator: Dr. Carsten Cremers, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT
Danish partners: Chief Technology Officer, Mads Bang (Serenergy A/S) and Chief Technology Officer, Thomas Steenberg (Danish Power Systems ApS)
Total funding: 2.235.835 €
Funding to Danish scientists: 428.128 €
Period: 2012-2015
Partners: Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V. and Institut für chemische Technology ICT (Germany), Serenergy and Danish Power Systems (Denmark), Borit NV (Belgium), AB Sandvik Materials Technology (Sweden), Chalmers University (Sweden), Fumatech GmbH (Germany and WS Reformer GmbH (Germany)

The FCCF-APU project addresses the key dimension of technology based innovation and proposes to develop an APU for electrical vehicles which can be operated with conventional fuels like petrol or diesel. The approach of the project is to use an HT-PEMFC stack to facilitate gas processing and keep start-up times low. A steam reformer is to be used as gas processor to achieve high conversion efficiencies. The targets of the project are an innovative system design that allows for operating the system water autonomous avoiding any problems with freezing water feed stocks. This is to be achieved by improved water recovery from the cathode exhaust. The MEA shall be improved in order to obtain same performance and durability properties for reformate as for hydrogen operation. A new lightweight stack shall be constructed employing metal bipolar plates. The latter shall be protected against corrosion by applying a protective carbon layer onto the steel raw materials before hydroforming. The stack shall be integrated with a petrol or diesel reformer, which is likewise developed in the project into a demonstration unit. The project consortium comprises 8 partners from 4 European countries, with 6 of the partners being companies. The partners present a major part of the later value chain, starting with material suppliers for membranes and coated steels, to components supplier for bipolar plates and MEAs and two system suppliers for HT-PEMFC systems and gas processors. This industrial consortium is supported by two research partners.

Project title: WIC2IT - Wireless Inductive Charging TO Interoperation Testing
Project coordinator: Olivier Cayol, Renault
Danish partners: Associate Professor Søren Kjærgaard (Aarhus University) and Associate Professor, Erik Schaltz (Aalborg University)
Total funding: 2.034.164 €
Funding to Danish scientists: 858.905 €
Period: 2012-2015
Partners: Renault (France), Daimler (Germany), CNRS-LGEP (France), IAV (Germany), Schneider Electric (France), Robert Bosch (Germany), University of Aalborg (Denmark), Conductix-Wampfler (Germany), University of Aarhus (Denmark). UK associated member: HaloIPT (Great Britain)

Zero-emission travel, noiseless power trains and driving comfort are big advantages for electric vehicles (EV). One drawback, however, is the limited range that results from the use of smaller batteries to keep the cost down. In the day-to-day usage of such full electric vehicles (FEV) the driver has to recharge the vehicle quite. Using cables to connect vehicles in an outdoor environment is very unattractive for reasons of safety and soiling especially during winter with cold wet days. Additional drawbacks are liability issues with cables lying in the street and modification of the urban landscape. Battery recharging every day by cable could slow the growth of urban FEV fleets. The WIC2IT project offers a solution to expand FEV growth even faster by offering wireless charging. The ease-of-use of such charging systems insures that vehicles are connected to the grid more often since the driver just has to park the vehicle on the right spot and does not have to handle any bulky, heavy, dirty cables. The major challenge here is to insure that different vehicles are able to use charging spots whenever a parking space with such a spot becomes free. Successful interoperation means that even newer vehicles can be charged inductively at spots with older systems that were not specifically designed for the particular vehicle. The same is true for vehicles that might come from different manufacturers. Differences may occur since it is important to allow a free market and maximum design freedom for both vehicle manufacturers and suppliers of charging equipment. A second challenge within the scope of interoperation is in the knowledge of electromagnetic radiation. WIC2IT looks at the effect of electromagnetic radiation on living beings in order to gain valuable experience that will help determine the extent of design freedom and thus support the standardization process to make wireless charging reality in EU.

Project title: COMPETT - Competitive Electric Town Transport
Project coordinator: Mr. Terje Assum, Institute of Transport Economics - TOI
Danish partner: Senior researcher, Hans Bendtsen (The Danish Road Directorate)
Total funding: 1.146.164 €
Funding to Danish scientists: 235.917 €
Period: 2012-2015
Partners: Transportøkonomisk institutt – TOI (Norway), Vejdirektoratet - DRD (Denmark), Österreichische Energieagentur - AEA (Austria), Høgskolen i Buskerud – HiBu (Norway) and Kongsberg Innovasjon AS – KI (Norway)

The key dimension is usage patterns, economic models, and actors involved. The objective is the reduction of CO2-emissions by increased use of electrified vehicles (EV) through better knowledge of the barriers against and potentials for EV?s, including reduced road traffic noise. Fully electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, fuel-cell hydrogen vehicles and electric two-wheelers have different functionalities and may face different barriers and potentials. Important questions are: How can EV?s come into use to a greater degree? What are the most likely niches for EV?s? What kind of EV?s can most easily become alternatives to ICE vehicles? How can different kinds of EV's be applied for different kinds of trips? Scenarios for 2015 ? 2020 will show the conditions for electric mobility in mid-sized town or regions in Europe. Which usage patterns will facilitate the introduction of EVs, and which economic models and tax legislation will be required? Who will be the main actors involved, and which facilities will be needed? How to bring about the social acceptability and travel behaviour changes needed? To answer these questions mid-sized towns or regions in three countries will be studied using existing travel survey data and surveys tailored for the project. The noise of EVs will be studied under realistic conditions. All results will be entered into an economic model showing the costs and benefits of different kinds of electrified vehicles. The knowledge gained will be used in an implementation plan. Austria, Denmark and Norway participate in the project with a total of five partners representing research, local authorities and businesses.

Project title: NEMO - Novel E-MObility Grid Model
Project coordinator: Dr. Jos van der Burgt, KEMA Nederland B.V.
Danish partners: Head of Energy Systems, Anders N. Andersen (EMD International A/S), Manager Jesper Skovhus Andersen (Ringkøbing Fjernvarmeværk amba.), Manager Jacob Møller (Ringkøbing Amts Højspændings-forsyning amba.)
Total funding: 905.892 €
Funding to Danish scientists: 188.179 €
Period: 2012-2015
Partners: KEMA Nederland B.V. (The Netherlands), Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE (Germany), EMD International A/S (Denmark), Ringkøbing-Skjern Forsyning A/S (Denmark) and Ringkøbing Fjernvarmeværk (Denmark)

The NEMO project aims at developing a simulation and optimization tool suite on the impact of a large volume of electric vehicles (EV) on the power grid. The tool suite is based on existing simulation tools of three of the consortium partners. These three tools will be further extended for grid impact of EVs, and a framework will be developed to integrate these tools in a cooperative suite for impact studies on all grid voltage levels (low voltage (LV), medium voltage (MV), high voltage (HV); local, regional, national, European scale). The objectives of this proposed project are:

  • Extend the grid simulation tools of the project partners to study the grid impact of EVs on all voltage levels
  • Build a cooperative framework for integration of the simulation tools, to simulate and optimize both network and market aspects of EV deployment
  • Validate the cooperative framework and the extended simulaton tools with representative study cases on different subjects related to EV deployment
  • Gets results from the developed simulation framework about the grid impact of large-scale EV deployment
  • Benefits of EV for the integration of distributed generation (DG)
  • Grid impact of fast charging spots and mitigation thereof
  • Solutions for miscellaneous abnormal charging situations
  • Make the developed simulation framework ready for cooperative consultancy services to stakeholders in the electric power and automotive industries.

Project title: SELECT - Suitability of ELEctromobility
Project coordinator: Prof. Dr. Barbara Lenz, DLR – Institut für Verkehrsforschung
Danish partners: Project manager Anders Vedsted Nørrelund (Technical University of Denmark) and Head of Development, Ole Alm (CLEVER A/S)
Total funding: 1.576.385 €
Funding to Danish scientists: 426.199 €
Period: 2012-2015
Partners: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR) (Germany), Technical University of Denmark, Österreichisches Forschungs- und Prüfzentrum Arsenal Ges.m.b.H (AIT Mobility) (Germany), CLEVER A/S (Denmark), Consilio Information Management GmbH (Austria) and Reffcon GmbH (Austria)

The commercial transport sector is of particular relevance for the overall transport system and its climate impact. It is assumed to be one of the early adopters of electromobility. In order to increase market penetration, SELECT will provide deeper knowledge on commercial transport with respect to the potential for electromobility. Besides usage patterns and related technological and organisational requirements, special emphasis will be given to expectations, attitudes, and preferences towards the adoption of electromobility, in particular for specific economic sectors. As research will consider the actual state and expected development in different European countries, national similarities or differences will be taken into account. Survey data to be collected during the project will provide the empirical background for in-depth analysis. Respective findings will be used twofold: First, a methodological framework will be developed that builds the basis for further industrial development of tools and services that address new opportunities and challenges when utilising EV within commercial fleets. Second, recommendations will be derived addressing the broad range of stakeholders including policy, industry, and users. Recommendations will consider not only technological solutions, but also economic, political and infrastructural environments notably supporting the customer's shift from conventional to electric vehicles. Stakeholders such as logistics operators, industry, academia, and policy will be consulted throughout the project to benefit not only from their particular perspective and in-depth knowledge, but also to address and meet their interest. Within the SELECT consortium research institutions will work together with business companies that already have integrated electric vehicles into their fleets or are going to develop supporting services.

Senest opdateret 15. august 2019