In the project, we plan to orchestrate the various interfaces and protocols and create a solution that will enable to balance the electricity network capabilities and the EV charging/ driver needs. The capabilities and experiences of the different involved parties are complementary.
Product developers like Driivz and EBG-Compleo develop and operate state-of-the-art products and have an enormous amount of practical experience and a good vision on new emerging technologies.
TU Delft is experienced in the field of algorithm development, specific on multi-actor-optimization algorithms and has performed and access to a large scale of academia research in the field of electromobility and smart grids. In this way TU Delft has access to a great amount of scientific research and experience in applying that information.
AIT is equipped with sophisticated laboratory / simulation facilities to in-depth further explore the impact of EV on the (low voltage) grids. These facilities are needed to learn about the impact and measures to integrate the uptake of electromobility in the most efficient way.
ElaadNL, active in experimental research with a lot of bottom up knowledge on charging infrastructure, smart grids and smart charging, excelling in knowledge about EV and demand response related protocols is in the position to tie the core competences of the different involved parties together, seamlessly complementing each other in the work at hand.