PHEV & EV Logistics, Charging Technology, and Infrastructure
During AABTAM Session 5, EV and infrastructure developers and related stakeholders discussed plans to meet the technological and commercial challenges to vehicle electrification, including charging technology, public charging availability, grid integration, and infrastructure development, as well as other logistics issues such as service, transportation, and recycling.
Session Chairman:Masato Origuchi, EV Battery Development Group Leader
After he graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1989, Mr. Origuchi started his engineering carrier in the vehicle research laboratory of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., where he was in charge of developing Nissan FEV presented in 1991. He continued to develop Altra EV and Tino HEV in Nissan taking a part of developing the world first Li-ion batteries for automotive applications until his resignation from Nissan at the end of 2000. Since 2002 he has been working for Renault in France always in charge of advanced battery development. He is now responsible for Renault’s EV battery development group.
- Impact of Charging Method on Battery Design
Masato Origuchi, EV Battery Development Group Leader, Renault
- Vehicle Electrification Infrastructure: Challenges and Progress with Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles and Battery Electric Vehicles
Dr. Jöerg Wind, Manager EC Projects and Energy Systems Analyses, Daimler AG
- Effectiveness of Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Validated by Field Testing
Keita Hashimoto, Assistant Manager, Hybrid Vehicle System Planning Dept., Hybrid Engineering Management Division, Toyota Motor Corporation
- CROME: Cross-border Mobility for EVs
Patrick Gagnol, Senior Advisor, Elecric Mobility Division, Electricité de France