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1 Christina Tenkhoff, NOW GmbH US-EU Workshop / Session D: Effective Policies for Vehicle Demonstration & Deployment Brussels: November 17, 2010 E-mobility in Germany: The demonstration programmes of the BMVBS (Ministry of Transport)

2 Überblick Programm BMVBS Elektromobilität_Plattform.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! The governmental E-mobility activities strive for electrification based on three major pillars € 700m governmental R&D support / € 1.400m public private partnership € 500m governmental R&D support Battery technology Hybrid- vehicles (road & rail) Plug-in- vehicles and fully electric vehicles Hydrogen and fuel cells Electrification of the powertrain (E-Mobility) The overall E- mobility activities are divided into the fields of battery technology and hydrogen / fuel cells. NOW carries out all R&D programmes of the BMVBS. H2 / FC technology

3 UECT Presentation Metzner Ulm AM short sent.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! NOW GmbH – Nationale Organisation Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellentechnologie NOW International Cooperation / Communication NIP Market H 2 and FC BMVBS: Battery E-mobility LighthousesModel regions Programm-Management Technology Development Ownership: State (100%) Board of Management: BMVBS (Chair), BMWi, BMBF, BMU

4 National Innovation Program for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Technologies

5 NIP Lighthouse – Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) Since 2008 in phase II (until 2011) with about 60 Mio Euro (50% NIP) Starting from cluster of Berlin and Hamburg > 40 H2-vehicles, H2 busses, several H2-stations This includes the continuous operation of efficient hydrogen vehicles in Berlin and Hamburg (busses and cars) their fast and safe refuelling, the clean and sustainable production of hydrogen, hydrogen transport and storage in liquid and gaseous states EXAMPLE

6 Model regions E-mobility

7 UECT Presentation Metzner Ulm AM short sent.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Concept / Design of E-Mobility programmes Support technology development Demonstration in 8 Model Regions Evaluation MARKET PREPARATIONMARKET DEVOLOPMENT End KoPa II To enable current and future demonstration projects Instruments for market introduction Legal framework Status Continuation / Planning Foundation Task Force “National Plattform E-Mobility” MODEL REGIONEN E- MOBILITY NPE

8 UECT Presentation Metzner Ulm AM short sent.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Technik im Dialog 8 Eight model regions: goals and background Goals: Combine applied R&D and everyday and user- focused e-mobility demonstration. Manufacturers, users, service providers and infrastructure managers as well as local stakeholders are to be included. Background: Electric mobility is to be developed adopting a holistic and integrated approach, with a different focus in each region. Motivated regional stakeholders, different requirements are to be taken into account, creativity of regional initiatives is to be exploited. E-mobility modules and mobility services such as car sharing and other new business (mobility on demand) models to be studied. Urban planning and urban design aspects are to be taken into account.

9 UECT Presentation Metzner Ulm AM short sent.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Technik im Dialog 9 Status programme: Facts and Figures About 80 Projects with more than 200 project partners and platforms initiated. Funds > 115 Mio Euro (2/3 model regions, 1/3 cross-regional), plus funding battery test center and H2 infrastructure (total > 150 Mio Euro) All Modules covered: individual transport (cars, bikes etc.), Public transport (Buses, Rail), Commercial transport (trucks), infrastructure (charging spots) About vehicles (from > 30 different manufacturers), with all projects being started and 40% of vehicles handed-over About charging spots being planned Individual transport Public transport CommercialInfrastructure Passenger cars Motorcycles Pedelecs Busses Rail Truck Transporter Public charging

10 UECT Presentation Metzner Ulm AM short sent.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Model regionsActors / partnersNumber of charging spots HamburgHamburg Energie, Vattenfall Europe, DB AG, Stadt Hamburg (Behörde für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt sowie Landesbetrieb Straßen, Brücken und Gewässer) 100 public 150 semi-publi Nord West (Bremen/ Oldenburg) BREPARK GmbH, die Städtische Parkgesellschaft Bremerhaven mbH, EWE, Airport Bremen und die Bremer Straßenbahn Aktiengesellschaft 10 public 40 private Berlin/PotsdamRWE, APCOA, Siemens, Vattenfall, ADAC, IHK Berlin, Elektroinnung Berlin, REWE, Contipark, IAV, Total, Messe Berlin und Gravis, Deutschen Bahn AG 600 total 500 public and semi-public Rhein-RuhrRheinEnergie, Stadtwerke Düsseldorf, Stadtwerke Aachen-STAWAG und RWE Effizienz GmbH 500 public, semi-public and private Rhein-Mainu.a. Stadtwerke Offenbach, Mainova AG, UPS, Offenbacher Verkehrsbetriebe, Rhein- Main Verkehrsverbund, Energieversorgung Offenbach, Städtische Werke AG 115 public, semi-public and private SaxonyENSO Netz GmbH, DREWAG Stadtwerke Dresden GmbH, und die Stadtwerke Leipzig, KEMA-IEV Ingenieurunternehmen für Energieversorgung GmbH und die Hochschule für Telekommunikation Leipzig 8 public, 25 semi-public, 32 privaté (65 total) StuttgartEnBW AG (Rollout & Betrieb der Ladesäulen in Stuttgart), die Robert Bosch GmbH (Entwicklung der Ladestationen für den öffentl. sowie gewerblichen/privaten Raum), das EIFER Insititut (Analyse Ladestationsorte in Stuttgart), die Stadtwerke Ludwigsburg, die Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart, DB Logistics und sonstige Eigentümer der Standorte wie Handwerkskammer, Landkreise und weitere 630 (80 public, 500 semi-public, 50 private) MunichAUDI AG, BMW AG, SIEMENS AG, E.ON Energie AG, Stadtwerke München GmbH, Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft mbH, Technische Universität München, fortiss GmbH, Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft mbH 260 total Overview partners infrastructure - with focus on public and semi-public charging spots

11 Überblick Programm BMVBS Elektromobilität_Plattform.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Plattforms to connect cross-cutting issues Fußzeile > „Einfügen“ > „Datum (…)“ 11 Communication 1. Regulatory Framework2. Social-economical research3. Environmental research4. Busses5. Vehicles and Transporters6. Infrastructure7. Plattform- Koordinator Plattforms Projects Coordination area of regional coordinators Coordination area of connecting plattforms.

12 UECT Presentation Metzner Ulm AM short sent.pptx "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Conclusions as of today Fuel cell and battery vehicles will shape e-mobility together. New players and business models especially of integrated transport systems necessary and helpful for e-mobility. Battery and vehicle costs will and have to come down over time. Standardisation is important. Low density of public infrastructure probably does not stop usage of BEVs / PHEVs in the nearterm. More results from projects to be collected by plattforms start to evolve at beginning of next year. Vehicles and infrastructure need to be tested over time.

13 "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! 13 Thank you!

14 14 "A4rb_standard" – – do not delete this text object! Memorandum of Understanding – Signing of Memorandum of Understanding for “H2 Mobility” Sept. 10th in Berlin Eight key stakeholders from industry (OEM, oil, utility & industrial gas) and NOW as public-private- partnership Intention to jointly build up hydrogen fueling infrastructure (standardisation and cost degression) and establishing Germany as lead market


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