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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Time

04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Hall

ICM München,

Room

Room 13A

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Sector Coupling: The Impact of Electrified Mobility on Stationary Storage

04:00 pm
04:05 pm

Welcome and Introduction

  • Kai-Philipp Kairies
    Director Technical Consulting, ISES - Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives, RWTH Aachen, Germany

04:05 pm
04:20 pm

Gearing Up for Power on Wheels - Challenges and Opportunities from E-Mobility for Stationary Storage

04:20 pm
04:35 pm

V2G - Pathway to a Decentralized and Renewable World

04:35 pm
04:50 pm

A Techno-Economic Analysis of Vehicle-to-Building: Battery Degradation and Efficiency Analysis in the Context of Coordinated Electric Vehicle Charging

  • Stefan Englberger
    Institute of Electrical Energy Storage Technology, TUM - Technical University Munich, Germany

04:50 pm
05:05 pm

Storage-assisted High Power Charging in Week Grids

  • Karl Knezar
    Head of Sales Charging Infrastructure, ads-tec GmbH, Germany

05:05 pm
05:30 pm

Panel Discussion

Speakers

 Kai-Philipp Kairies
Kai-Philipp Kairies
Director Technical Consulting, ISES - Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives, RWTH Aachen, Germany
 Florian Mayr
Florian Mayr
Partner, Apricum - The Cleantech Advisory, Germany
Dr. Michael Schreiber
Dr. Michael Schreiber
Product Manager, The Mobility House GmbH, Germany
 Stefan Englberger
Stefan Englberger
Institute of Electrical Energy Storage Technology, TUM - Technical University Munich, Germany
 Karl Knezar
Karl Knezar
Head of Sales Charging Infrastructure, ads-tec GmbH, Germany

Summary

Electric Mobility - both individual and public transport - is set for a boom. But the emergence of EVs is not only shaking up the automotive industry. Through the increased electrification of the transport sector, a growing interlink to the power market is established, leading to both new opportunities and challenges for stationary energy storage players. What applications and business models are suitable for mobile solutions and do they constitute a potential competition for stationary storage? What are the consequences on the BESS supply chain? Are there any new use cases emerging for stationary storage?In this session, industry experts will analyse the impact of electrified mobility on the energy system and stationary storage and propose ways to react to it.