Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Urban Technology

E-mobility | getting smart with data: programma 18 juni 2019!

11 jun 2019 17:55 | Faculteit Techniek

The cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, the Hague, Utrecht and the metropolitan region of Amsterdam are world-wide frontrunners in facilitating electric driving by rolling out public charging stations. This afternoon you will get to know everything about the roll-out of public charging infrastructure. We present practical tools to monitor the performance of charging stations, evaluations of policy measures, models to simulate future scenarios, and more research results.

Dinsdag 18 juni 13.30 - 16.30 
Circl, Gustav Mahlerplein 1B, 1082 MS in Amsterdam.

PROGRAM

13:30-13:45H

Welcome

Simone Maase - AUAS
  Getting smart with Data: how to translate charging session data into a professional monitoring and research environment? Robert van den Hoed - AUAS

13:45-14:45H

Pinpointing the potential for smart charging: simulating how smart charging affect charging sessions.

Youssef el Bouhassani - AUAS

 

  Flexpower: Applying smart charging strategies in practice in Amsterdam. Friso Schuring - Qirion
  Vehicle2Grid as ultimate smart charging strategy: lessons learned from V2G in practice. Jan Capelle - KU Leuven
  Smart Charging – Who is in charge? Public discussion. Pieter Looijestijn - MRA electric

14:45-15:05H

Recharge Coffee & Tea break

 

15:05-15:45H

Simulation Studies

 
  Long term challenges for charging infrastructure in Rotterdam.

Quirijn Oudshoorn, City of Rotterdam  (tbc)

  Current practice of applying forecasting and simulation techniques for rolling out charging infrastructure.

Gerwin Hop (tbc) - OverMorgen

  Charging infrastructure as complex system: What we can learn from complex system theories. Jurjen Helmus - AUAS
  Introducing the SEVA simulation model: and providing 3 practical simulation results. Rick Wolbertus - AUAS

15:45-16:20H

Evaluating Policy Measures – Paneldiscussion

Topics (among others):

  • Charging station hogging (“laadpaalkleven”): The data show whether this is a problem or not.
  • Window times: Data shows how window times affect utilization of charging stations.
  • Charging hubs: Early data show are charging hubs are used. Under which circumstances are they preferable?
  • Fast charging: Data shows how fast chargers are used and by whom. What are the take aways for policy makers?

Jaap Burger – City of Amsterdam
Pieter van Ommeren – Vattenfall
Roland Ferwerda – NKL
Matthijs Kok, city of Utrecht (tbc)
Rick Wolbertus – AUAS

16:20-16:30H

Home charging: Presentation of the 'E-mobility: Getting smart with data' book

Simone Maase - AUAS

Robert van den Hoed -AUAS

16:30H

Social Charging Drinks