Conference march 29.–30. 2022 in Münster, Germany
As part of the Battery Conference 2022
march 29.–30. 2022
in Münster, Germany
As part of the
Battery Conference 2022
Smart Charging (V1G), Vehicle-to-home (V2H), Vehicle-to-grid (V2G)
Electric vehicle batteries can do more than just move cars! From an economic and ecological perspective, it makes sense to use electric vehicle batteries for grid stabilisation in the future. By 2030, there could already be a controllable potential of up to one hundred gigawatts in Germany alone, which is far more than the output of all current storage types combined.
At the Vehicle-To-Grid, discuss with experts from business, the public sector and science how this potential can be realised in your organisation or field of activity! The focus will be on implementation possibilities within the next few years.
If you attend the conference, you can also visit all the events of the Battery Conference 2022, which is taking place at the same time, free of charge.
Vehicle manufacturers and suppliers
What can vehicles achieve?
What developments can be expected in the coming years?
Hardware and software services
Challenges of the charging infrastructure
Different application scenarios
Services for vehicle and system
Integration into the electricity system
Evaluation of services at vehicle level
Operation and facilitation of pilot projects
What were the challenges?
How can the technical possibilities be transferred into practice?
Host: Dr. Stefanie Wolff
Programm Managerin Elektromobilität
Energy & Digital Services Section Manager, Digital Solutions & Electrification Research
Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH
Leiter Konzernentwicklungskoordination Ladeinfrastruktur
Volkswagen AG Wolfsburg
Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Kölch
Bereich Strategie und Innovation
EVA Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH, Teil der FEV-Gruppe München
Head of Research and Development
Leister Produktentwicklung und Forschung
SMART/LAB Innovationsgesellschaft mbH
Head of Business Development
Next Kraftwerke GmbH
Lehrstuhlinhaber Aktive Energieverteilnetze
Host: Prof. Egbert Figgemeier
Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet für Alterungsprozesse und Leensdauerprognose von Batterien
Dr. Kai-Philipp Kairies
CEO and Co-Founder
ACURE Battery Intelligence
Dr. Michael Schreiber
Head of EV Aggregation Platform
The Mobility House GmbH
Projektleiter „Netzintegration Elektromobilität”
Netze BW GmbH
Each programme session will end with a time slot for your personal questions and discussion with the speakers and participants. The speakers will be available for discussions during the conference.
With the accompanying public poster session, scientific content, research results and ideas will be communicated in a direct dialogue. The researchers will be at their posters and will be available to answer questions from visitors. The integration of the conference into the international Battery Power Conference offers a broad spectrum for encounters and intensive exchange.
If one deals with the topic of bidirectional charging as the future of electromobility, the following terms automatically come up:
Vehicle to Grid (V2G), Vehicle to Home (V2H), Smart Charging (V1G), and Vehicle-to-Building (V2B) are different operating modes related to (bidirectional) charging.
For the grid connection of the electric car, charging infrastructure with Combined Charging System (CCS) or CHAdeMO standard is required, the former in combination with the communication protocol ISO 15118-20.
Via the Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) version 2.0, back-end operators, aggregators and energy companies can interconnect the individual electric vehicles capable of feeding energy back into the grid to form virtual power plants and thus contribute to grid stabilisation.
On the part of the distribution network operators and transmission network operators, there is great interest in opening up the balancing power market for electric vehicles so that they can also provide balancing power in the same way as stationary storage systems.
In order to bring these concepts to market maturity, questions around battery ageing, regulation, digital resilience and (open) protocols still need to be discussed.
This means that OEMs (vehicle manufacturers), network operators and end customers (vehicle owners) as well as industrial companies and service providers that operate and charge vehicles are all involved. Billing companies and lawyers must also be involved. This shows the complexity of the issue.
From an economic and ecological point of view, it seems extremely attractive to use unused or hardly used and expensive energy storage capacities to stabilise the electricity grid. In this way, the construction of power lines can be partially avoided and, in the best case, periods without wind and solar yields can be bridged. The legal framework conditions are important for this.
These and other topics will be discussed at the V2G conference offered here.
The conference will take place parallel to the international conference Advanced Battery Power. The keynote lectures in English as well as the exhibition and the poster session are equally accessible to both groups of participants. It is even possible to attend the parallel sessions of the other conference.