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Mapping Standards for Low- and Zero-emission Electric Heavy Duty Vehicles Expert Workshop

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Workshop Agenda

Introduction to ITF and its Decarbonising Transport Initiative


Session A – Vehicle and infrastructure safety
Chair: Klaus Steininger, European Commission (DG CLIMA)


Overview of regulations and planned activities regarding electric heavy duty vehicles. François Cuenot, United Nations

Overview of standards and planned activities regarding electric heavy duty vehicles. Michael Herz, Carmeq and ISO technical committee on electrically-propelled vehicles

Battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. Henrik Wentzel, Scania

Heavy duty HFCV safety issue and research plan in Korea (Focus on buses). Si Woo Kim, Korea Automobile Testing and Research Institute

Infrastructure perspective. Nico van den Berg, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Netherlands


Session B – Refuelling and charging infrastructure


State of play in the case of Europe and the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive (AFID). Dario Dubolino, European Commission (DG MOVE)

Part 1 – Charging infrastructure for vehicles using battery storage
Chair: Leah O’Dwyer, Chargepoint 

Overview of existing standards. Jacques Delaballe, Electrical power/energy transfer systems for electrically propelled road vehicles and industrial trucks Technical Committee (IEC TC 69), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

Perspective on standardisation development. CharIn, Claas Bracklo, VDA

Perspective on standardisation developments – Dave Yoshida, CHADEMO

Communication protocols – Lonneke Driessen-Mutters, Elaad

Electric highway systems – Helena Andersson, Trafikverket

 

Part 2 – Hydrogen refuelling
Chair: Pierpaolo Cazzola, ITF


Overview of international standards. Francoise de Jong, CEN CENELEC

Country experience: the case of Europe. Pietro Moretto, European Commission (DG JRC)

Toyota’s vision and involvement in FC Heavy Duty standardisation.  Vincent Mattelaer, Toyota Motor Europe

Country experience: the case of Korea. Soonil Jeon, Vice President, Hyundai Motor

Country experience: Efforts Toward the Realisation of Hydrogen-use Society in Japan. Kazumi Maehara, JXTG, Japan

 

Session C – Integration of electric vehicles in environmental standards/regulations
Part 1 – Vehicles
Chair: Pierpaolo Cazzola, ITF


A European view on zero-emission heavy goods transport. Klaus Steininger, European Commission (DG CLIMA)

Integration of electric heavy duty vehicles in fuel economy standards and pollutant emission regulations in other major markets. Felipe Rodriguez, ICCT

Country experience: frameworks facilitating the development of policies on vehicle circulation and/or road charges in Europe: focus on the integration of electric vehicles. Lucy Sadler, Sadler Consultants

Regulatory frameworks on the end-of-life treatment of vehicles and second life of key components (namely automotive batteries). Jan Tytgat, Umicore

Is there a role for regulation to increase the transparency and sustainability of supply chains for battery and fuel cell materials? Luca Maiotti and Benjamin Katz, OECD

The European Battery Alliance and measures to increase the sustainability of batteries and fuel cells.  Cesar Santos Gil, DG GROW

 

Part 2 – Energy vectors
Chair: Pierpaolo Cazzola, ITF

Accounting for upstream carbon emissions: the experience developed in California with the low carbon fuel standards. Colin Murphy, UC Davis

The EU Fuel Quality Directive: where do we stand? Klaus Steininger, European Commission (DG CLIMA)

The role of standards to deal with different hydrogen production pathways. Guarantee of Origin – Francoise de Jong, CEN CENELEC

Is there a need for a regulatory framework accounting for a life cycle perspective of vehicle technologies and fuels? And how should BEVs and FCEVs be integrated in it? William Lilley, Aramco

Beyond batteries and fuel cells: integrating natural gas, biofuels and electrofuels in low-carbon emission regulations: experience from the JEC analysis. Monica Johansson, Volvo

 

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