Project - Clean Mobility and Energy for Cities

Description


Description (EN): ISSUE: CME contributes to a significant reduction of GHG emissions in the NWE urban areas which assists NWE to meet EU 2030/2050 targets. Currently, high investments are made in renewable energy resources (RES), but they are not being used efficiently. At the same time, the market uptake of electrical vehicles (EV’s) is accelerating, mainly charged with electricity from fossil fuels. Both result in unnecessary GHG-emissions, and in unprofitable businesscases due to high (grid)investments and low revenues on RE. CHANGE: to reduce GHG-emissions CME develops and pilots a new intelligent energy management system (iEMS) that can balance energy demand and (fluctuating) RE supply, by using EV’s and local storage solutions for temporal storage. This way the mismatch between production peaks (daytime) and consumption peaks (in evening) is resolved, resulting in better RES-efficiency, less need for fossil energy and reduction of GHG-emissions. RES-businesscases will be more profitable, encouraging further uptake of RES. For this, a partnership is composed of frontrunner and follower NWE-cities, knowledge institutes and professional networks. OUTPUT:1) Interoperable Energy management system; 2) 4 City Pilots (Arnhem, London, Schwabisch Gemund, Nottingham); proving that GHG-emissions can be minimised, businesscases are more profitable AND the iEMS is widely applicable. Pilots include investments in RES, storage and charging, 3) Reduction of CO2-emission of 2,4 kt CO2/yr in City pilots at project end . LTE: CME uses a ‘follower city-strategy’. Subpartner-and associated partner-cities will be actively involved in CME, ensuring future roll out iEMS across Europe. LTE’s are: 1) Upscaling of City pilots to entire cities ; 2) 240 follower cities have applied the iEMS, using CME-businesscase-tool (10 year after project end); 3) CO2 reduction appr. 178000 ton/yr (5 yrs) & 4,3 Mton/yr (10 yrs).
Description: CME contribue à la réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre (GES) dans les aires urbaines demandée par l’UE à 2030/2050. De forts investissements sont réalisés pour la production d’énergies renouvelables (ER) sans être efficaces. Les ventes de véhicules électriques croissent, alors que l’électricité est largement produite à partir d’énergies fossiles. Ce double constat montre des émissions GES inutiles et un faible retour sur investissement. CHANGEMENT: Pour minimiser les émissions, CME développe et pilote un nouveau système de management de l’énergie capable d’équilibrer la demande et la production fluctuante d’énergies renouvelables (iEMS), basé sur des solutions locales de stockage temporaire de l’énergie. Sans ce décalage entre les pics de production et de consommation, le recours aux ER devrait être encouragé, les besoins en énergies fossiles limités et les émissions GES réduites. Les business cases seront plus rentables, encourageant par là-même davantage l’emploi d’ER. Pour mener le projet, un partenariat est composé de villes ENO, frontrunner ou follower, d’instituts de technologie et savoirs, et de réseaux professionnels. RÉSULTATS: 1) Un iEMS; 2) 4 villes pilotes (Arnhem, London, Schwabisch Gmünd, Nottingham) démontrant que les émissions GES sont réduites, les business cases plus rentables ET que le iEMS est réplicable. Les pilotes investissent dans la production, le stockage d’ER et le réseau de recharge; 3) avec la réduction d’émissions de CO2 de 2,4 kt/an en fin de projet. EFFETS LT: Les partenaires associés aux pilotes seront impliqués dans le projet pour garantir le déploiement futur de CME à travers l’Europe : 1) Extension du pilote à l’ensemble de la ville ;2) 240 follower cities auront recours à ce système iEMS et établiront leur business case grâce à l’outil CME (10 ans après la fin du projet) ; 3) Réduction CO2 estimée à 178000 t/an (à 5 ans) et 4,3 Mt/an (10 ans).
Description: Problem: CleanMobilEnergy(CME) leistet einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Red. von Treibhausgasen(TG) in urbanen Zentren der NWE, um EU 2030/2050 TG-Ziele zu erreichen. Trotz hoher Investitionen in erneuerbare Energiequellen(EEQ), werden diese aktuell ineffizient genutzt. Zeitgleich beschleunigt sich der Markthochlauf der Elektromobilität(EM), wobei EM meist mit Strom aus fossilen Energieträgern(FE) geladen wird. Dies führt zu unnötigen TG-Emissionen(TGE) & hohe Netz-Infrastrukturkosten zu unprofitablen Geschäftsmodellen. CME konzentriert sich auf Städte, für einem hohen Anteil TGE verantwortlich. Städte haben das höchste Potential um EM durch kurze Wege, eine hohe Bewohnerdichte & einfach zu erweiternde Ladeinfrastruktur(LF) zu etablieren. Wandel: Zur TGE-Reduktion, entwickelt CME ein intelligentes Energiemanagement System(iEMS) welches Energiebedarfe mit fluktuierenden EEQ durch Einsatz von EM & Speichern ausgleicht. Ungleichheit von Produktions- & Verbrauchs- Spitzen wird aufgehoben, was zu einer höheren Effizienz von EEQ, red. Bedarf an FE & red. TGE führt. CME wird eine Partnerschaft zwischen City-Pilot(CP)-Städten, exzellenten Instituten, professionellen Netzwerken & künftigen NWE-Pilot-Städten kreieren. Pilot-Städte decken verschiedene Stadt-Größen ab. Diese ergänzen sich in der Art des urbanen Milieus, der technischen Aspekte der Energie-Erzeugung, des Verbrauchs & Speichertechnologien. CME stellt NWE-weite Applikation der Ergebnisse sicher. Ergebnis: 1)iEMS. 2)4 CP Arnhem, London, Schwabisch Gmünd, Nottingham: Red. TGE, opt. Geschäftsmodelle, Übertragbarkeit iEMS, Invest in EEQ, Speicher, LF und EM. 3)Red. von 2,4 kt CO2/ Jahr. Langzeiteffekte: „follower city-strategy“. Partnerstädte werden aktiv in CME eingebunden, EU roll out von iEMS. 240 „follower citys“ iEMS haben implementiert & nutzen das CME- business case tool (5 Jahre nach Projektende) CO2 Red. von 178000 t/a; 4,3 Mt/a nach10 jahr.
Expected Outputs (EN): Decentralised energy systems combining storage and electric vehicles hardly exist in NWE. There is no business activity creating and operating the systems. Business cases of RES and charging infrastructure are hardly positive. The current CO2 emissions on 4 pilot sites are 2,8 kt/y.

Thematic Information


Thematics: Renewable energy  Urban development  
Specific Objective: To facilitate the uptake of low carbon technologies, products, processes and services in sectors with high energy saving potential, to reduce GHG emissions in NWE
Thematic Objective: (4) supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors by:
Investment Priority: (4f) promoting research and innovation in, and adoption of, low-carbon technologies


Project Summary


Project name (EN): Clean Mobility and Energy for Cities
Project acronym: CleanMobilEnergy

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2019-06-11

Web: http://www.nweurope.eu/

Project start date: 2017-09-20
Project end date: 2021-03-19
Project status: Ongoing

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 7.207.666,52
European Union funding: EUR 4.319.324,96

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Lead Partner (EN): City of Arnhem
Lead Partner: Gemeente Arnhem
Department: Omgevingskwaliteit
Address: Eusebiusbuitensingel, Arnhem, Netherlands
Website: www.arnhem.nl
Legal status: public

Department: Emerging technologies, renewables and storage
Address: Utrechtseweg, Arnhem, Netherlands
Legal status: private
Website: www.DNVGL.com
Department: Department of Mobility and Transport
Address: 15, rue Falguière, PARIS, France
Legal status: public
Department: Executive
Address: Universitätspark, Schwäbisch-Gmünd, Germany
Legal status: private
Website: www.eifi.eu
Department: Environment & Walking, Strategy & Planning, TfL Surface Transport
Address: Blackfriars Road,, London, United Kingdom
Legal status: public
Website: www.tfl.gov.uk
Address: Wilgenlaan, Arnhem, Netherlands
Legal status: private
Address: Troonstraat, Brussels, Belgium
Legal status: private
Website: www.polisnetwork.eu
Department: Research and development
Address: Advanced Technology Innovation Centre, Oakwood Drive, Loughborough, United Kingdom
Legal status: private
Website: http://www.cenex.co.uk
Department: Environmental Research and Innovation/eScience
Address: Avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
Legal status: public
Website: http://www.list.lu
Department: Development and Growth
Address: Station Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Legal status: public
Website: www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk

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