Events

ECV Final Seminar & Nordic Electric Bus Initiatives 2

Helsinki, 11 – 12 May, 2016

Venue: Finpro auditorium, Porkkalankatu 1, 00180 Helsinki

 

Programme

DAY 1 – 11.5.2016     TECHNICAL SESSIONS

9:00 – 9:10        ECV Final Seminar, welcome and opening address – Mikko Pihlatie & Jouko Suokas, VTT

9:10 – 9:30        Electric vehicle systems and related businesses – Martti Korkiakoski, Tekes EVE

9:30 – 10:30      Session 1: Electric and hybrid working machines (Chair J. Pippuri, VTT)

  • Full-scale series hybrid mining loader with zonal hydraulics, P. Sainio, Aalto
  • Virtual platform for mobile machinery hybridisation, J. Nokka, LUT
  • Kalmar fast charge, electrification in ports, H. Häggblom, Cargotec

11:00 – 12:00   Session 2: Electric drive and powertrain solutions (Chair J. Pyrhönen, LUT)

  • Electric city bus energy flow model, P. Rahkola, VTT
  • Evaluation of energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions of electric city buses, K. Tammi, Aalto
  • Visedo powertrain solutions, K. Rauma, Visedo

13:00  – 13:15  NEBI2 opening and welcome note, Mikko Pihlatie, VTT & Svend Söyland, NER

13:15 – 14:15   Session 3: Energy storage technologies and applications (Chair K. Tammi, Aalto)

  • Lifetime of Li-ion batteries, P. Vie, IFE
  • Modelling batteries for mobile applications, A. Hentunen, Aalto
  • Lithium-ion batteries for mobile applications, A. Väyrynen, Leclanché

14:15 – 15:15   Session 4: Power grid aspects (Chair K. Kauhaniemi, UVA)

  • Electric vehicles in electricity grids, A. Rautiainen, TUT
  • Electric vehicle controlled charging, V. Tikka, LUT
  • Smart grid integration of eBus charging infrastructure, J. Karppinen, Helen

15:45 – 17:15   Session 5: Electric bus charging technologies (Chair S. Kukkonen, VTT)

  • Heliox charging systems, B. Bouhuijs, Heliox
  • High power charging systems by Ekoenergetyka, M. Wojenski, Ekoenergetyka
  • Fundamentals of electric bus charging, J. Mäkinen, ABB
  • Electric bus charging by Siemens, K. Kilpinen, Siemens
  • Opbrid charging solutions, R. Bedell, Opbrid

 

DAY 2 – 12.5.2016    TECHNICAL SESSIONS (auditorium)

09:00 – 10:20   Session 6: System design and services (Chair: S. Söyland, NER)

  • Towards standardisation of electric bus charging, T. Raitaluoto, VTT
  • Feasibility of electric buses in public transport, O. Vilppo, TUT
  • Building effective electric bus systems, A. Grauers, Chalmers Univ. Of Technology
  • Pitch: Electric bus system design tools, V. Karvonen, VTT
  • Pitch: Tractor swapping for electric trucs, R. Bedell, Opbrid

10:50 – 12:30   Session 7: Electric bus technologies (Chair: P. Sainio, Aalto)

  • Future moves with Linkker technology, S. Ruotsalainen, Linkker
  • Presentation by Volvo, M. Broback, Volvo
  • Electric buses by VDL, S. Ojamo
  • Electric buses by Solaris, R. Sekowski, Solaris
  • Presentation by Hybricon, R. Åkerlind, Hybricon

13:30 – 14:45   Session 8: Electric vehicle systems operation, on-going demonstrations (Chair: J. Laurikko, VTT)

  • ZeEUS – UITP electric bus flagship, initial results, P. Bruge, UITP
  • Electric bus R&D platform, results from commercial electric buses, T. Halmeaho, VTT
  • City of Copenhagen experience with electric buses, M. Krogsgaard, City of Copenhagen
  • ElectriCity experiences and results, J. Elsren, Västtrafik

15:15 – 16:45   Session 9: Roll-out strategies and procurement (Chair: M. Pihlatie, VTT)

  • Nordic best practices for electric bus procurement, M. Krogsgaard, city of Copenhagen
  • Consequences from operating fully electric buses in a city, how to scale up?, Fredrik Forsell, city of Umeå
  • Helsinki region transport, from pre-commercial pilot to roll-out, R. Mäkinen, HSL
  • Procurement of the charging infrastructure for Helsinki ebus piloting and beyond, H. Stam, City of Helsinki, Helsinki City Transport
  • Wrap-up: how to proceed to commercial roll-out? (HSL, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Umeå, Oslo)

16:45 – 17:00   Concluding remarks, closing of the conference – VTT, NER

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ECV National Seminar Thu 8.10.2015

 

Location:        Lappeenranta University of Technology, Skinnarilankatu 34, Lappeenranta. Room 4301-02

Time:               9.30 – 16.00

16:00 – 17:00  ECV-steering group meeting for steering group members. Room 4304-05

 

Provisional programme

9:30 – 10:00     Enrolment and coffee

10:00 – 10:15   Opening and themes of the day, VTT (Mikko Pihlatie)

10:15 – 11:15   Session 1: “Result highlights of work packages”

  • eStorage3 – electricity storage technologies
    • Dimensioning battery and thermal management system, case eBus (Samu Kukkonen, VTT)
  • eCharge  – electric vehicle and machinery systems, power grid and charging
    • Aspects of electric vehicles and demand response in electricity grids (Antti Rautiainen, TUT)
    • Electrification of ports, concepts and viability (Teemu Raitaluoto, VTT)

11:15 – 11:30   Break (networking, posters, coffee refill)

11:30 – 12:00   Session 2: “Result highlights of work packages”

  • Tubridi – Future plug-in hybrid mobile working machine platform and its components
    • Tubridi-test platform (Panu Sainio, Aalto)
    • Tubridi-virtual platform and Hardware-In-Loop (Lasse Laurila, LUT)
    • Tubridi Road map (Jenni Pippuri, VTT)

12:00 – 13:00   Lunch

13:00 – 13:30   Session 3: “Result highlights of work packages”

  • eBus – electric bus technologies and systems
    • Status of city electric bus system developments (Mikko Pihlatie, VTT)
    • Comparisons of commercial electric bus performance, first results (Teemu Halmeaho, VTT)

13:30 – 14:30   Demonstrations of results:

  • eCharge, Frequency controlled charging of commercial electrical car
    • Outdoors, Parking place 6
  • CAMBUS, hybrid bus
    • Outdoors, Parking place 6
  • Tubridi, Virtual simulation of mobile working machines and Hardware-In-Loop
    • Lab 3172 and 3182

14:30 – 14:45   Break, coffee (networking, posters)

14:45 – 15:45   Session 4: “Green Tech”

  • DRIVE!-project, tailored and integrated solutions for NRMM electric drivetrains (Paula Immonen, LUT)
  • Real Green Gold Machine (Tero Järveläinen, Visedo)
  • Green Campus (Marko Kasurinen, LUT)
  • The possible roles of EVs and V2G connections in a future Finnish energy system (Michael Child, LUT)

15:45 – 16:00   Summary and wrap-up (Mikko Pihlatie)

16:00 – 17:00   ECV-steering group meeting for steering group members.

Presentations

PDF-tiedosto01 Pihlatie_ Mikko_ECV_NatSem3_avaus_lyhyt.pdf (178 kB)
Opening and themes of the day, Mikko Pihlatie, VTT
PDF-tiedosto02 Korkiakoski_Martti_ECV Lappeenranta 8.10.pdf (644 kB)
Martti Korkiakoski, Tekes
PDF-tiedosto03 Kukkonen_Samu_Dimensioning a battery and thermal management system case eBus.pdf (1.4 MB)
Dimensioning battery and thermal management system, case eBus, Samu Kukkonen, VTT
PDF-tiedosto04 Rautiainen_Antti_Aspects of Electric Vehicles and.pdf (1.4 MB)
Aspects of electric vehicles and demand response in electricity grids, Antti Rautiainen, TUT
PDF-tiedosto05 Raitaluoto_Teemu_Prerequisites of high power charging infrastructure and.pdf (1.8 MB)
Electrification of ports, concepts and viability, Teemu Raitaluoto, VTT
PDF-tiedosto06 Sainio_Panu_Tubridi ECV semi 10_2015.pdf (420 kB)
Tubridi-test platform, Panu Sainio, Aalto
PDF-tiedosto07_Laurila_Lasse_ECV_Tubridi_2015_10_08.pdf (1.9 MB)
Tubridi-virtual platform and Hardware-In-Loop, Lasse Laurila, LUT
PDF-tiedosto08_Pippuri_Jenni_Tubridi_roadmap_ECV_seminar_20151008.pdf (1.6 MB)
Tubridi Road map, Jenni Pippuri, VTT
PDF-tiedosto09_Pihlatie_Mikko_HSL_Helsinki_region_ePELI_ECV-seminar3.pdf (914 kB)
Status of city electric bus system developments, Mikko Pihlatie, VTT
PDF-tiedosto10_Halmeaho_Teemu_Comparisons of commercial electric bus performance, first results_public .pdf (2.2 MB)
Comparisons of commercial electric bus performance, first results, Teemu Halmeaho, VTT
PDF-tiedosto11 Sinkko_Simo_DRIVE! ECV-seminaari 2015-10-08.pdf (1.1 MB)
DRIVE!-project, tailored and integrated solutions for NRMM electric drivetrains, Paula Immonen, LUT
PDF-tiedosto12 Toikka Juha_Visedo_ECV_presentation.pdf (254 kB)
Real Green Gold Machine, Tero Järveläinen, Visedo
PDF-tiedosto13 Kasurinen_Marko_Green_Campus.pdf (8.5 MB)
Green Campus, Marko Kasurinen, LUT
PDF-tiedosto14 Child_Michael_The role of EV and V2G connections in the Finnish energy system.pdf (4.3 MB)
The possible roles of EVs and V2G connections in a future Finnish energy system, Michael Child, LUT

 

ECV national seminar on Tuesday 10.3.2015

Location: Tampere University of Technology, Korkeakoulunkatu 10, Tampere
Time: 9.30-15.30, (ECV-Steering group at 15.30-16:30) (+ Light dinner and sauna at 15.30-22.00)

Theme: Smart electric transportation and business development

ECV inauguration

The inauguration event of the ECV was held in Aalto University, Espoo, on 5 September 2012.

ECV is one of the projects launched under the Electric Vehicle Systems (EVE) programme of Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation. ECV focuses on electric commercial vehicles, electric public transport and supporting domestic research, development and business in the field of electric commercial vehicles (components, vehicles, mobile working machinery).

ECV organised an official kick-off event that introduced the contents of ECV and the parties involved in the project. At the same time, the event afforded an excellent opportunity to network with other actors in the industry. The event was opened by Executive Director Martti Äijälä of Tekes and Permanent Secretary Harri Pursiainen from the Ministry of Transport and Communications. Of the companies participating in ECV, Veolia Transdev, Rocla and ABB took the floor.

The following subjects were on display or available to drive:

  • Two electric buses (Veolia),
  • An electric bus prototype built from Finnish components (eBUS) by Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences,
  • VTT's laboratories and test platforms (eSTORAGE and eBUS) related to electric mobility (including battery testing),
  • The (plug-in) hybrid-electric working machine platform of the future and its components (Tubridi), presented by Aalto University,
  • Rocla is developing an electric forklift (eFORKLIFT) that uses new battery technology (lithium ion batteries),
  • The electric motor sled project (eSLED) coordinated by Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences
  • The electric vehicle charging point and solar electricity plant realised by the City of Espoo and Fortum
  • Further plans for ECV, including high-powered charging technology

Presentations

PDF-tiedosto0_ECV_kick-off_opening.pdf (428 kB)
Mikko Pihlatie, VTT
PDF-tiedosto1_ECV_kick-off_Tekes.pdf (255 kB)
Martti Äijälä, Tekes
PDF-tiedosto2_ECV_kick-off_LVM.pdf (668 kB)
Harri Pursikainen, LVM