27-28 October 2016 - University Paris Dauphine
‘V2X enabled Electric Vehicles’
Regulation issues and Business Models
The 2016 conference will be jointly organized with the
support of the Task 28 organizing committee, the Chaire Gouvernance and
Regulation of the University Paris Dauphine and the Armand Peugeot Chair.
Workshop features high-level world-speakers and academics from the field of
engineering, management, economics, political science, who will exchange their
views and debate about electromobility challenges and related topics.
Through a range of keynote
conferences, concurrent sessions and roundtable discussions, our objectives are
to provide a fruitful forum for Electric Vehicle (EV) eco-system. We aim to
foster conversation between different international specialists, to share
expertise, and develop our collective understanding of electromobility issues.
THE IMPACT OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON THE ELECTRICITY SYSTEM
CEEM and CAP
Monday 17 October 2016, 9h00-13h30
Salle Raymond Aron (2nd Floor)
9h00-9h20 Welcome and Introduction
- Jan Horst Keppler (Directeur scientifique, CEEM – Université Paris-Dauphine)
- Electric Vehicles: Opportunities and Challenges for the European Electricity Sector
- Yannick Perez (CAP, Université Paris-Sud & CentraleSupélec): Is the European Electricity Sector Ready for Electric Vehicles?
9h20-10h45 Session 1: The State and Outlook of Electric Vehicle Development and Re-charging Infrastructure
- Jérôme Perrin (Renault): Electric Vehicle Development in Europe Today
- Gilles Jehan (EDF R-D): The Physics and the Economics of Different Recharging Options for Electric Vehicles
- Patrick Jochem (KIT, Karlsruhe): The Development and Adequacy of the Recharging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles in Europe
10h45-11h15 Coffee Break
11h15-13h00 Session 2: Optimising the Interaction of Electric Vehicle Deployment with the Electricity System
- Jacques Batut (RTE) : The Impact of Electric Vehicle Development on Peak Demand and the Load Curve under Different Scenarios of EV Integration and Recharging Options
- Isabel Montelescaut (EDF): The Coming Transformation of Electricity Systems Due to the Advent of Electric Vehicles
- Willett Kempton (University of Delaware): Vehicle to Grid (V2G): Fundamentals, Potential, Willingness-to-Pay and Regulation
- Yannick Perez (Chaire Armand Peugeot, Université Paris-Sud and CentraleSupélec): System Services and Flexibility Provision through Electric Vehicles in France and Europe: Regulatory Options and Institutional Requirements
13h00-13h30 Concluding Roundtable
- With Dominique Finon (President), Marc Bussieras (EDF), Thomas Veyrenc (RTE), Audrey Mahuet (EPEX Spot), Vincent Pichon (Groupe Caisse des Dépôts).
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