Energy Utilities' role in the future Electric Vehicles market
Thursday, 20 November 2014
Réunion en ligne
In the context of energy transition in Europe and the evolving energy mix, utilities are confronted with changing needs of the market. In a rapidly shifting technological and regulatory environment, as customers take greater control of their energy supply needs, power utilities must respond to a variety of issues and demands from businesses, public authorities and consumers.
Part of the solution to these issues could lie in the electric vehicles market. However, in spite of a few support programmes for charging stations in order to test the integration of vehicle-to-grid technologies and the interaction with the distribution system, there hasn’t been any wide strategic approach among leading utilities to enable transport electrification.
The electric vehicles market constitutes an important business opportunity for power utilities and using their own expertise in building demand could be a crucial factor for the development of the business model of the energy utilities of the future.
What concrete advancement for the electric vehicles’ market?
What business model for the energy utilities of the future?
What are the operational, technological, financial and social challenges for the implementation of a development partnership between the energy utilities and the electric vehicles markets?
What are the opportunities in terms of costumer relationship, smart grid, storage and distribution networks?
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