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Urban energy transition is in development, with a key role for local renewables and electric

vehicles (EV). Experiences demonstrate required changes. In order to be prepared for this

transition, decisions today determine where we are tomorrow.

This conference presents and discusses key elements such as EV, local renewable energy, the

electricity grid and intelligence steered by ICT, which enforce each other in the energy transition.

On top of that is the energy policy, influencing the markets, products and services. Practical

experiences show the possibilities of the actual state of technology. The challenge is to pave the

way and dare to forecast. What does the road towards the sustainable city ecosystem look like,

what are the most urgent steps to make and what are the no-regret measures?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lunch  possibility  in  university  canteen  

 

Walk  in,  registration,  coffee  &  tea  

 

Chairman:  Robert  van  den  Hoed

,  

Lector,  

Amsterdam  University  of  Applied  Sciences

 (NL)  

W

elcome  &  introduction  

 

Gerard  van  Haarlem,  Faculty  Director,  

Amsterdam  University  of  Applied  Sciences

 (NL)  

Abdeluheb  Choho,  Alderman  Sustainability,  

Municipality  Amsterdam

 (NL)  

 

European  policy  for  electric  vehicle-­‐  and  solar  integration    

Mark  van  Stiphout,  

European  Commission

 DG  Energy  (EU)  

 

Energy  policy  for  the  urban  transition  in  the  Netherlands  

Jaco  Stremler,  

Ministry  of  Economic  affairs

 (NL)  

 

Switch  2  SmartGrid  in  Flanders    

Jeroen  Büscher,  

EnergyVille  

(Be)  

 

12:00-­‐13:00  

 

13:00-­‐14:00  

 

 

14:00-­‐14:20  

 

 

 

14:20-­‐15:50  

 

 

14:50-­‐15:20  

 

 

15:20-­‐15:50  

   

Coffee  Break

   

15:50-­‐16:15  

 

 

Electric  cars  ready  for  energy  transition  

 

Francisco  Carranza,  Business  Development  Zero  Emission  

Nissan  Europe

 (FR)  

 

Netherlands  main  V2G  initiatives,  experiments  and  implementation  path  

Frits  Verheij,  

DNV-­‐GL

 (NL)  

 

The  grid  in  2025  smart  &  ready?

   

Martijn  Bongaerts,  

Alliander  

(NL)  

 

ICT,  Smartphones,  energy  and  independence

   

Martin  Rapos,  

IBM

 

Global  Business  Services  Europe  

(SK)

 

16:15-­‐16:40  

 

 

15:40-­‐17:05  

 

 

17:05-­‐17:30  

 

 

17:30-­‐1800  

   

Solar  Boat  presentation  and  boat  trip  to  Pakhuis  de  Zwijger  for  Public  Evening  Program  

O

ptional  dinner  in  Pakhuis  de  Zwijger  (speakers  and  moderators  invited)  

18.00-­‐19.00    

 

19:00-­‐20:00  

 

 

DUTCH  PUBLIC  PROGRAM  in  Pakhuis  de  Zwijger  

Companies  demonstrate  PV,  EV  &  V2G  projects  

Presentation  &  Movies  from  cities  demonstrating  ‘clean-­‐transition-­‐city’  developments

 

20:00-­‐22:00  

 

 

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Today’s  program  will  consist  of  multiple  parallel  sessions  where  the  role  of  key  aspects  regarding  

vehicle2grid  will  be  intensely  discussed.  Latest  experiences  are  shared,  challenges  and  solutions  

presented.  During  these  sessions  all  participants  are  challenged  to  propose  developments  that  are  

required  for  further  successful  integration  of  vehicle2grid.  These  will  be  used  to  formulate  a  roadmap  

that  will  be  presented  at  the  closing  of  the  conference.    

 

 

Registration  and  coffee    

Welcome  &  introduction  to  day  2

 

by  Robert  van  den  Hoed  (UASA)  

 

9:00-­‐9:15   9:15-­‐9:30  

The  grid  for  sun  and  mobility  in  2025  

Moderator:  Peter  Bach  Andersen,  Denmark   Technical  University  (DK)  

Smart  applications,  

matching  local  energy  offer  

&  demand

 at  household,  neighborhood  and  city  

level,  are  key  for  grid  resilience.  

Implementing  

more  intelligence  into  the  grid  instead  of  

hardware.

 

EV  or  sustainable  info-­‐mobility?  

Moderator:  Carlo  Mol,  VITO  (BE)    

Vision

 and  envisaged  activities  of  EV  

manufacturers  overview  of  state  of  the  art  in  

2015.    Potential  of  

EV  for  energy  services

.  

Current  activities  and  challenges  and  

opportunities  until  2020-­‐2025

.  

 

Robin  Berg,  LomboXnet  (NL)  

Combining  local  solar  production  with  smart   charging  and  V2G  has  a  big  future  for  city   development  and  network  optimization.    

Thijs  Turèl,  Liander  (NL)  

Liander  investigates  multiple  solutions  to  mitigate   the  impact  of  EV-­‐charging.  We  share  some  of  our   findings  and  current  projects.    

 

Paul  Codani,  HQ  PSA  Peugeot  Citroen  (FR)  

Paul  Codani  has  in  particular  analyzed  the  rules  for   frequency  regulation  in  several  countries  in  order  to   assess  the  possibility  for  an  EV  fleet  to  participate  in   this  service.    

 

Susanne  Bach,  Essent  (NL)    

Project  EnergieKoplopers,  a  showcase  of  USEF   (United  Smart  Energy  Framework),  shows  how   automatic  steering  of  flexibility  in  households  can   help  with  the  future  challenges  of  sustainable   energy  (for  example  the  solar  energy  overload).    

Francisco  Carranza,  Nissan  Europe  (FR)  

Nissan  believes  that  the  ramp  up  of  EV  can  play  an   active  role  in  the  integration  of  renewables.  When   intelligently  managed  fleets  of  EV  can  act  as  storage   facility  or  virtual  power  plants.  

 

Bart  Sloep,  Mitsubishi  Corp.  Automobile  Europe  (NL)   summary  to  be  delivered  

Mitsubishi  is  involved  in  a  3-­‐year  project  that  aims  to   remove  different  technical,  social  and  economical   barriers  for  the  implementation  of  V2G.    

 

Stijn  Vandael,  University  Leuven  (BE)  

The  V2G  project  in  Delaware  includes  15  BMW  Mini-­‐E   cars  acting  as  a  mini  power  plant  is  presented.  The  EVs   provide  financed  regulation  services  for  PJM,  a  large   transmission  system  operator.    The  setup  of  the  mini   power  plant  and  EV  driver’s  involvement  is  explained.    

9:40-­‐11:10  

 

Coffee  Break

   11:10-­‐11:40  

 

 

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Agenda  and  ICT  for  energy  management  

Moderator:  Jaak  Vlasveld  Green  IT  (NL)    

Intelligent  ICT

 empowered  to  shift  energy  

consumption  in  line  with  energy  production.  

Including  detailed  energy  prosumption  and  

forecasting.  Do  we  allow  our  

agenda  to  manage  

our  energy  provision  and  related  mobility  range  

of  the  electric  vehicle?

 ICT  facilitates  your  digital  

and  real  life.  

Operational  examples,  lessons  learned  and  

valuable  mistakes

.  

Moderator:  Petra  de  Boer,  DNV-­‐GL  (NL)  

Different  initiatives  exist  in  Europe  combining  

local  renewable  energy  and  electric  mobility  to  

optimize  the  integration  of  renewables.  Real  bi-­‐

directional  examples  are  challenged  to  present  

experiences,  pitfalls  and  best  practices.  How  can  

these  

experiences

 

cross-­‐fertilize

 each  other  and  

what  is  the  

up  scaling

 potential?  

 

Jurjen  Helmus,  University  of  Applied  Sciences  (NL)   Presentation  and  discussion  about  energy  model  for   scenario  development  addressing  energy,  electric   mobility  and  grid  development.  

 

Arno  van  Zwam,  Mastervolt  (NL)  

In  10  years  from  now  no  solar  panel  will  be  sold  any   more  without  associated  storage  battery.  Economic   viability  will  kick  in  first  were  battery  flexibility  serves   multiple  purposes:  maximizing  self-­‐consumption  but   also  support  of  network  operator  and/or  utility   company.  The  latter  will  be  demonstrated  in   Amsterdam  in  the  City-­‐zen  project.  

 

Ghanim  Putrus,  Northumbria  University  (UK)   The  E-­‐Mobility  NSR  team’s  expert  developed  a  model   where  municipalities  simulate  grid  stability  by  adding   EVs  and  renewables  on  their  grids.  

 

Peter  Bach  Andersen,  Denmark  Techical  University   (DK)  

DTU  investigates  the  numerous  power  and  energy   services  that  an  electric  vehicle,  with  enabling  control   and  monitoring  technology,  can  offer  the  power   system.  

 

Frank  Wolter  INNOZ  (GER)  

Operational  experiences  with  Vehicle  2  Grid  in  the   company  premises.  Internal  grid  operation.            

Sahin  Albayrak,  Dai-­‐Labor  (GER)  

V2G  on  different  levels  of  the  grid.  Including:  smart   home  integration,  micro-­‐grids  and  urban  distribution   grids.  Lessons  are  presented  with  respect  to  

software/ICT,  monetary  incentives  and  infrastructure   development.    

 

Nanda  Piersma,  University  of  Applied  Sciences  (NL)   The  Amsterdam  Vehicle  2  Grid  project.  Energy   autonomy  at  household  level  and  neighbourhood  up-­‐ scaling  potential    

 

11:40-­‐13:00  

 

Lunch  

 13:00-­‐14:00  

EU  Matchmaking  

Urban  E-­‐Mobility  Challenge  

 

During  this  part  of  the  conference  European   governments,  -­‐companies  and  -­‐research  institutes   are  given  the  opportunity  to  find  partners  for   projects.  

The  event  will  start  with  several  short  presentations   from  participating  organizations.  The  organizations   are  invited  to  pitch  their  project  ideas  and  the  kind  of   partners  they  are  looking  for.  After  the  pitches  there   will  be  room  for  further  consultation  between   potential  partners  and  funding  programs.    

Dutch  government  representative  will  introduce  EU   innovation  funds  related  to  energy,  transport,  ICT   and  low  carbon  society.  

Alliander  and  THNK  present  their  urban  e-­‐mobility   model  fit  for  cities  and  urban  regions  worldwide.  The   city  is  the  most  prominent  stakeholder,  since  local   infrastructure  is  bound  to  applications  in  the  public   space.  Urban  mobility  is  essential,  as  half  of  the   world’s  population  lives  in  cities.    

Urbanization  is  accompanied  by  rising  inequality,   longer  commutes,  and  rising  energy  needs.  This   model  gives  insights  in  the  (im)possibilities  in  cities   and  regions  and  addresses  societal  interests.    Cost   structures,  savings,  and  possibilities  for  cost  

sharing  are  addressed.  The  model  assesses  all  mayor   topics,  including  the  complexity  of  clean  e-­‐mobility  in   an  urban  environment.    Now  and  in  the  future.    

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Energy  rules  or  rules  for  energy:  The  business  case  challenge  

Moderator:  Gerard  van  Baar,  Van  Baar  Consultancy  (NL)    

Anticipating  on

 

fluctuating  energy  cost,  improved  battery  performance  and  economies  of  scale

 

enables  V2G  practices  to  make  a  valid  business  case.  But  what  is  needed  to  make  this  happen?  And  

how  likely  is  it  that  it’s  going  to  happen?  And  how  about  

regulations  and  policies?  

What  is  a  socially  

desirable  and  economically  viable  infrastructure?  What  is  needed?  What  is  the  challenge  for  policy  

makers?

 

 

Annelies  Huygen,  TNO  (NL)  

The  current  regulatory  system  needs  to  be  adapted  in  order  to  efficiently  integrate  EV.    Major  areas  of   regulation  are  among  others:    the  potential  tasks  of  distribution  system  operators,  distribution  grid   tarification,  regulation  concerning  supply  prices  for  small  consumers,  including  net  metering,  regulation  on   data  handling  and  the  EV  infrastructure.    Which  models  of  regulation  are  in  place  and  how  should  they  be   changed  in  order  to  allow  an  optimal  integration  of  electric  vehicles?  

 

Dirk  Jan  van  Swaay,  ING,  (NL)  

A  bankers  view  on  V2G:  what  makes  it  attractive  and  what  makes  it  difficult  to  finance.  What  are  the  basic   ingredients  a  banker  needs  to  finance?  And  what  does  this  mean  for  policy  makers?  

 

Jacco  van  der  Burg,  Cofely  (NL)  

In  the  project  V2X  Cofely  investigates  how  EV  can  create  value  when  connected  to  businesses  and  homes.   Bidirectional  charging  in  combination  with  distributed,  renewable  energy  generations  can  create  grid   independencies  between  17%  and  70%  

 

Final  conference  debate  with  speakers,  policy  makers,  car  manufacturers  and  participants  

 

15:30  -­‐17:00

 

Closure:  The  path  towards  smart  and  clean  cities  in  2020-­‐2025  

By  Robert  van  den  Hoed,  Lector  University  of  Applied  Sciences.  

 

Networking  drink  

 

17:00  -­‐

 

Tuesday  31

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