20 min intro on opportunities
for electric vehicles in the US
Presentation: NAF-BIZ
By: Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition...
https://vimeo.c
om/67243203
Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York
1
A public – private initiative
Reasons to participate:
• Collective approach to assess
market potential
• Trusted local par...
Electric Mobility in the US news
Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York
3
But, why are electric vehicles important?
1. Efficient use of power
2. Cleaner mode of
transportation
3. Driving on electr...
Per capita # of EV’s California – NL similar.
Rest of US is lacking behind.
New York
California
US
NL
EV
5.000
60.00...
‘Amsterdam has as many charging stations
as the entire US east coast’
Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York
6
The electric vehicle value chain
Value Chain
Powertrain – Car
components
Vehicles
Energy
Production
Energy
distributio...
The electric vehicle value chain
Value Chain
Powertrain – Car
components
Vehicles
Energy
Production
Energy
distributio...
EV is at the intersection of 4 different markets
Infrastructure
Mobility
So what are current problems?
• Range
Electri...
The most evident problem: proprietary models
are so-far unsuccesfull in the EV market
“Imagine that you are unable to use...
Yes, another one
• http://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=lyTmIN3Z4PI
Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York
11
Activities East Coast Electric
1.
Market Research
• The process of gathering, analyzing and interpreting
information abou...
For questions about electric cars or energy transition please send an email to:
Tim.kreukniet@eastcoastelectric.info , Tim...
Last one, if you see a Tesla do the Nod
• http://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=N_N52q2goeM
For questions about electric cars o...
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Naf biz presentation east coast electric

Presentation on electric mobility for the Netherlands American Business Federation.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Naf biz presentation east coast electric

  • 1. 20 min intro on opportunities for electric vehicles in the US Presentation: NAF-BIZ By: Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York Date: 07-11-2013
  • 2. https://vimeo.c om/67243203 Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 1
  • 3. A public – private initiative Reasons to participate: • Collective approach to assess market potential • Trusted local partner with expertise for business development • K2K – G2G knowledge sharing • Cost-effective method • 2 year focused approach Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 2
  • 4. Electric Mobility in the US news Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 3
  • 5. But, why are electric vehicles important? 1. Efficient use of power 2. Cleaner mode of transportation 3. Driving on electricity makes you independent of (foreign) fossil fuels 4. Price per mile 5. Performance http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=vvHTN0Yi1t4 Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 4
  • 6. Per capita # of EV’s California – NL similar. Rest of US is lacking behind. New York California US NL EV 5.000 60.000 140.000 20.000 Public accesible Charging stations +/- 400 3990 6395 +/- 8000 Target 2025 3.3 million 3.3 million 1 million (’15) 1 million Fiscal measures HOV lane HOV lane $2500 rebate Various programs $5000 rebate Bijtelling KIA MIA-VAMIL Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 5
  • 7. ‘Amsterdam has as many charging stations as the entire US east coast’ Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 6
  • 8. The electric vehicle value chain Value Chain Powertrain – Car components Vehicles Energy Production Energy distribution Battery Management – Energy Storage Charging Infrastructure Energy, Mobility, Grid Services Dutch examples US examples Obstacles to growth Opportunitie s Innovation cycles Clarity of market demands Purchase cost Number of cars Which powersource is going to win? Asset financing Innovation adoption Price for solar Grid resiliance Power shortages in peaks Price per kWh of storage Price of charge stations Financing public stations Accessibility Scaling Integration of IT, energy and finance Propriertory models
  • 9. The electric vehicle value chain Value Chain Powertrain – Car components Vehicles Energy Production Energy distribution Battery Management – Energy Storage Charging Infrastructure Energy, Mobility, Grid Services Dutch examples US examples Obstacles to growth Opportunitie s Cars designed as an electric car Smart Mobility More types of electric cars on the road Lowering purchase cost Microgrids, Peak shaving, Time of use pricing, Feed in tariffs Open model for charging Alternative business models Car sharing services Smart charging
  • 10. EV is at the intersection of 4 different markets Infrastructure Mobility So what are current problems? • Range Electric Mobility & Smartgrids IT “on different levels we have different actors that all need to cooperate in order to make this experience work” Energy • • • • Price of the car Availability Battery-price Chargers Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 9
  • 11. The most evident problem: proprietary models are so-far unsuccesfull in the EV market “Imagine that you are unable to use your CHASE atm card at a Bank of America atm” Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 10
  • 12. Yes, another one • http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=lyTmIN3Z4PI Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 11
  • 13. Activities East Coast Electric 1. Market Research • The process of gathering, analyzing and interpreting information about the US East Coast electric mobility and smart grid market. 2. Knowledge transfer • The process of establishing knowledge cooperation b2b, k2k or g2g to enhance the growth of electric mobility and smart grids. 3. Business Development • The process of creating long-term value for entrepeneurs, companies, organizations from customers, markets, and relationships on the east coast 4. Project realization • Dedicated activities to set up and realize multi stakeholder initiatives and projects on the east coast Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 12
  • 14. For questions about electric cars or energy transition please send an email to: Tim.kreukniet@eastcoastelectric.info , Tim.kreukniet@et-ny.com or @timkreukniet Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 13
  • 15. Last one, if you see a Tesla do the Nod • http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=N_N52q2goeM For questions about electric cars or energy transition please send an email to: Tim.kreukniet@eastcoastelectric.info , Tim.kreukniet@et-ny.com or @timkreukniet Tim Kreukniet - Energy Transition New York 14

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