From the perspective of the power system, EVs are batteries on wheels. They add an additional source of distributed demand, requiring sufficient electricity generation and grid infrastructure to meet this. However they are also discussed as a source of distributed supply too, with so-called “vehicle-to-grid” (V2G) models aiming to use their batteries as sources of electricity discharge when and where this will add value.
This time-efficient 1-day briefing looks at EVs not from the transport perspective, but from the perspective of those required to “fuel” them: those involved in the supply and distribution of electricity. It is designed to provide a perfect introduction to the question: what are the impacts on electricity systems when EV markets start to grow to significant size? What size is ‘significant’ and what risks and innovation opportunities start to arise?
Benefits of Attending
– Understand the key variables determining the impact of EVs on electricity systems: how much more electricity will be required?
– Learn why EVs cannot become mass-market without “smart” charging management
– Quantify the carbon-emission impacts of substituting fossil-fuelled vehicles for EVs
– Understand the challenges that mass-market EVs will create for grid distribution operators
– Review examples and projects in charging infrastructure and charging control from around the world
– Be better able to converse with EV and grid project partners, suppliers or investors
– Begin to identify key power system business opportunities which arise from the growth of EVs
The agenda will combine presented materials with plenty of opportunity for Q&A, interactive discussions, and the use of quantitative models to illustrate key learning points. Current market examples and data are utilised wherever relevant.
Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion bearing the signatures from both the Course Director and the Course Organiser. This Certificate will testify your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.
To register / enquire more details, please contact:
Infocus International Group
Tel: +65 6325 0274 | Email: abigail.harris [at] infocusinternational [dot] com