The seminar hosted by Northumbria University at City Centre Campus on November 8th, 2019, in Newcastle aimed to explore technical advancement, regulatory support and viable business models of Vehicle for Energy Services in view of their integration into a sustainable urban mobility strategy.
A broad range of speakers offered research insights, and illustrated industrial practices and applications as well as policy recommendations for the successful implementation of vehicle for energy services via smart charging and vehicle to grid solutions.
The event agenda can be found here.
Presentations can be downloaded below (coming soon):
- The need for V4ES and context – Ghanim Putrus, Northumbria University
- e4future: large-scale demonstrator on V2G – Myriam Neaimeh, Newcastle University
- Lessons learnt from operational pilots – Jorden van der Hoegt and Esther van Bergen, Cenex Netherlands
- Lessons on V4ES in a UK home – Chris Rimmer, Cenex UK
- Amsterdam action on clean air and climate – Doede Bardok and Jaap Burger, City of Amsterdam
- Developing and delivering lower emissions strategies; a local authority perspective – Chris Randall, Leicester City Council
- Policy recommendations and regulatory support to local authorities with EV uptake in Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans – Florinda Boschetti, Polis Network
- V4ES business models from the perspective of the automotive industry and EU regulation – Jayson Dong, AVERE
- Powering Johan Cruijff ArenA stadium with EV batteries – Tim Oosterop, Amsterdam Arena and Jan Winkler, Mobilityhouse
- Smart charging applications for E-bus depots – Stefan Haass, Siemens
- Stationary storage, second life batteries, energy autonomy and grid support – Warren Hayes, Connected Energy
- V4ES business models, considering battery degradation – Kotub Uddin, Sterling and Wilson
- DSO view, interaction and impact of V4ES – Iain Miller, Northern Powergrid
- Quantifying variables preventing an accurate energy model – Colin Herron, Zero Carbon Futures