Even without the rapid growth of EVs, our current power systems are in the midst of a disruptive transition towards cleaner, diversified and more flexible structures. If the transition from internal combustion engines (ICE) to electric vehicles (EVs) is to be achieved too, what will be the impact on these systems? What are the barriers to scale and what solutions (and hence market opportunities) will be essential? This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the multi-sector issues that must be understood and integrated, including: technology status and trends, quantitative analysis of electricity demand & supply, “smart” system and consumer behavioural influences.
This course aims to help investors, policymakers and developers assess market opportunities and risks during the integration of growing fleets of electric vehicles into transitioning electricity supply and distribution systems. The course begins by providing a solid grounding in current market data and trends, from both the EV market and power system perspective; highlighting where and how the two sectors do and will interact. Quantitative tools are used to calculate how key input variables lead to differing output scenarios, including changes to energy use, power demand and carbon emissions. We also discuss how non-battery technologies, such as hydrogen fuel-cell EVs (FCEVs), could play a role and compete with the assumed mainstream battery vehicles; both in the transport and power sectors.
DAY 1 WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 9.00AM - 5.00PM
I. EV MARKET REVIEW
II. EVs AND TRNSITIONING POWER SYSTEMS
III. QUANTIFYING IMPACTS ON BULK ENERGY, POWER AND EMISSIONS
IV. VEHICLE-TO-GRID AND GRID ANCILLARY SERVICES
DAY 2 WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 9.00AM - 5.00PM
I. CHARGING NETWORKS AND THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
II. SMART CHARGING AND MANAGED POWER DEMANDS
III. AUTONOOMOUS VEHICLES AND TRENDS IN VEHICLE USAGE
IV. COMPETITIVE ENVIROMENT PERSPECTIVES, INCLUDING NON-BATTERY EVs
IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Training and Development Manager
+44(0) 203 598 9680
By attending this course you will be able to quantify the variables which will determine the impact of EVs on electricity supply and successfully identify the key barriers to widespread EV integration and growth, from a power system perspective. Delegates will also understand and discuss why behavioural trends and policy influencers will be as crucial as technology solutions as well as assess the current market status of both EVs an autonomous vehicles (AVs), including key trends and drivers
John is a respected energy business analyst & trainer with over 25 years’ commercial experience in industry research, analysis, intelligence and education, plus an outstanding academic background in both natural sciences and economics.
DR JOHN MASSEY
Grey Cells Energy Ltd.
John's experience has spanned both the energy and telecoms/IT industries, leading to his current focus on how the increasing convergence of the two will bring major change to the way electricity is generated, distributed and consumed. He has helped senior business-people in over 25 countries across 5 continents, representing a wide variety of organisations from start-ups to the world’s biggest corporations, by focusing on the interconnection of key business variables within markets: disruptive technology change, policy and competitive context, market structures, investment drivers and returns.
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Training & Development Manager
T: +44 (0) 203 355 4208
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