Tuesday june 28 2022
9.10 - 9.25
Quantify and leverage flexibility to increase (public) Smart Charging performance
With a near 10 million Electric Vehicles (EV) projected to be present in the Netherlands, we face a national challenge to create a resilient energy system that can facilitate the electricity demand of such a fleet. As we today experience the growth of EV passenger cars in the network, we also await electric heavy-duty vehicles to further increase this demand significantly. Leveraging load flexibility through Smart Charging can play a key role in reducing grid congestion, maximizing renewable energy utilization, and lowering the CO2 footprint of EV. In this presentation, we introduce the topic of flexibility in the context of public EV charging, along with real-world results of TotalEnergies’ Smart Charging activities.
Presented by Jules van Dijk, TotalEnergies Marketing Nederland
About Jules van Dijk
Jules van Dijk is an eMobility and Energy Analyst at TotalEnergies’ EV department. His expertise lies in the smart renewable energy ecosystem on the topics of Distributed Energy Resources, Virtual Power Plants, Energy Management Systems, flexibility and energy market integration. Over the past years, Jules has developed optimization models allowing dispatching flexible assets in energy markets, including smart residential HVAC systems in California and EV charging infrastructure in the Netherlands. At TotalEnergies, Jules is responsible for the development and deployment of smart charging solutions, mitigating grid congestion, imbalance and optimizing local renewable energy utilization.
TotalEnergies is a multi-energy company driving the energy transition. We are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. On our road to net zero in 2050, we increasingly invest in sustainable forms of energy and in new technologies to make them work in our society. With 10.000 charging points in the public domain, we are one of the main CPO’s in the Netherlands. As one of the largest eMSP's, we encourage everyone to join us in the energy transition.