The conference is now over. Thank you to all who participated. The findings of the NCE-FastEVNet project are available here.
Presentations are linked to below.
13:00 – 13:30 – Welcome, Coffee & Snacks
13:30 – 14:00 – Development of Charging Infrastructure in the Central & Eastern European Region: Outcomes & Lessons Learned from the NCE – FastEvNet project
Peter Badik (Managing Partner, GreenWay) & Rafał Czyżewski (CEO, GreenWay Polska)
- Electric vehicle landscape in Central & Eastern Europe
- Status of charging infrastructure development in the region
- Regulations related to charging infrastructure development in Slovakia and Poland
- Outcomes of customer & potential customer surveys conducted
14:05 – 15:00 – Distribution Tariffs: Emerging Bottleneck to Charging Infrastructure Development
Maciej Mazur (President, Polish Alternative Fuels Association (PSPA)), Layla Sawyer (Business Analyst, Smart Energy Europe), Jan Bocora (Distribution Systems expert, EURELECTRIC & Business Development Project Manager, innogy Slovakia), Jayson Dong (Policy Officer, AVERE the European Association for Electromobility), Rafał Czyżewski (CEO, GreenWay Polska)
- The current status of distribution tariffs in Poland & the impact they have on the cost of the charging services
- How smart energy management could lower down the distribution costs
- Distribution tariffs in low utilization environment
- Lessons learned from other markets (California, other W. European countries)
- What kind of action is required?
- Do we need a special tariff for EV charging infrastructure?
- Do we need a special tariff for households with EVs?
- What are the impact of EVs on the distribution grid in short term and long term
- What should the requirements be for the charging infrastructure of the future (in relation to energy grid integration)?
15:00 – 15:30 – Coffee Break
15:30 – 16:15 – Innovative Financing of EV Infrastructure Projects
Gauthier Clar (Senior Financial Engineering Manager, Innovation and Networks Executive Agency), Agustín Escardino Malva (Head of Unit Renewable Energy Resources, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission), Pia Nieminen (Policy Advisor, European Investment Bank), Peter Badik (Managing Partner, GreenWay)
- Available instruments and their combinations
- Business model for massive EV infrastructure rollout
- Infrastructure investment vs soft cost
- Market development risk
- Lessons learned from GreenWay – EIB investment process
16:20 – 17:15 – Charging Infrastructure & Battery Storage – The Bridge Between the Energy and Electric Vehicles
Richard Ferrer (Senior Project Manager, Innovation Team, Innovation and Networks Executive Agency), Ivo Schmidt (Cabinet of European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic), Sven Brink (Team Lead B2B, European Network Development, Allego), Naomi Chevillard (Policy Advisor, SolarPower Europe), Peter Badik (Managing Partner, GreenWay)
- Role of EV charging service providers in energy provision and management
- Prediction of energy storage capacity by EVs in 5-10 years
- Impact of large scale EV deployment on the Grid
- Basic economics of energy management
- V2G vs managed charging (V1G) – what are the differences and benefits?
- Stationary battery storage in combination with charging infrastructure
Conclusion, Coffee & Mingling
Date & Time: 26th of March 2019; 13:00- 18:00
Questions? Contact Aaron Fishbone at [email protected]
About the FastEvNet Project
The NCE-FastEvNet project is an action of the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Commission. It is a part of the broader goal of deploying alternative fuel infrastructure and services across the entire EU in order to facilitate the mass deployment of non-fossil fuel vehicles. The NCE-FastEvNet project was the first and essential step towards the massive rollout of the network of fast charging points enabling long distance driving along the TEN-T roads in Poland and Slovakia. By interconnecting Poland with the already existing network in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany and even further in Austria and Slovenia, it established comfortable cross border use of electric vehicles between all of the countries in Central Europe. These new electrified corridors enable long distance driving for vehicles with electric propulsion, assist consumers to overcome range anxiety, and foster innovative recharging and energy storage solutions.