Innovative system solutions in the area of electromobility

Institute for Environmental Protection – National Research Institute
has the honour of inviting you to a conference summarising the project

ENERGY EFFICIENCY
BY DEVELOPING THE ELECTRO-MOBILITY IN POLAND

23 November 2017
Warsaw, ul. Mysia 3

The project was carried out together with the Institute of Electrical Engineering and Applied Research Institute of Warsaw University of Technology, Electrical Faculty of Cz?stochowa University of Technology, and a Norwegian partner – Green Business Norway.
The aim of this project is to support the development of electromobility in Poland and to analyse the impact of the large-scale introduction of electric vehicle fleets on an environmental and technical level. During the conference, all project results will be presented and invited guests will share their experiences in the field of electro-mobility.

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Agenda

Conference agenda

09.00 Press breakfast
09:30 Registration of participants – coffee

Session I

Information

10:00 – 10:15 Opening of the Conference, Krystian Szczepa?ski – Director of IOS-PIB.
10:15 – 10:30 Presentation of the project and discussion of results – Bartosz Malowaniec – Project Manager

Session II

technical

10:30 – 11:15
Scientific studies

Pawe? Durka 15′ – Assessment of the impact of electro-mobility development on the state of air quality

Mariusz K?os 15′ – The influence of electromobility on the power grid – flow analysis

Janusz Flasz 15′ – Virtual power plants and vehicle charging stations

11:15 Coffee break (15′)
11:30 – 12:45
Study and implementation tasks

Marcin Syrzycki 15′ – Mechanisms of supporting electro-mobility development – proposals for Poland

Joanna Bukowska 15′ – Legal regulations and necessary legislative actions in the field of electromobility

Benedikt Pilscheur 15′ – Experiences related to the development of electro-mobility in Norway

Dariusz Baczy?ski 15′ – Technical and economic aspects of designing and implementing zero-emission transport systems

Dariusz Pyza 15′ – Methodology of placing charging points for individual and collective transport

12.45 Lunch (30′)

Session III

Implementation experience with electromobility

13:15 – 14:00
Charging infrastructure and business models

Fast charging networks along communication routes

Experience with the introduction of electric buses

14:00 – 14:30 Summary and conclusion, Bartos Malowaniec
The conference programme may be modified

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