SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition

Technical Session Schedule

Tuesday, April 8

Smart Grid Technologies and Infrastructure
(Session Code: AE400)

Room 332  1:00 p.m.

This session will provide real world updates on consumer behavior who are part of the DOE awarded EV Project as well as other research using models and consumer data to analyze the affect on the grid during PEV charging. Also presented will be strategies for PEV charging and synergies for integrating PEV's into the grid by way of existing infrastructure.

Organizers - Donna Bell, Ford Motor Co.; Scott Craig, Infineon Technologies North America Corp.; Alex Escutia, Nissan North America Inc.; Matthew Nielsen, General Electric Co.

Time Paper No. Title
1:00 p.m. 2014-01-0342
Second Life Battery Pack as Stationary Energy Storage for Smart Grid
Shijie Tong, Matthew Klein, Univ. of California
1:20 p.m. 2014-01-0343
Assessing Grid Impact of Battery Electric Vehicle Charging Demand Using GPS-Based Longitudinal Travel Survey Data
Jing Dong, Iowa State University; Zhenhong Lin, Changzheng Liu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Yanghe Liu, Entergy
1:40 p.m. 2014-01-0344
Electric Grid Integration Costs for Plug-In Electric Vehicles
Jeff Berkheimer, Jeff Tang, Bill Boyce, Deepak J. Aswani, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
2:00 p.m. 2014-01-0345
Integration of Electric Vehicle Charging into an International and Environment-friendly Context
Moritz Weigand, Sven Bohn, Daniel Beyer, Michael Agsten, Fraunhofer IOSB-AST
2:20 p.m. Panel
Panel Discussion: Energy Independence and the Smart Grid
In this panel discussion, we will explore the role of the vehicle on the grid both from a conventional viewpoint, as well as, a Grid Integrated Vehicle (GIV) with Vehicle to Grid Technology (V2G) concept. The panelists will provide their respective points of view as we look at the opportunities and challenges for a sustainable energy future.
Moderators - Scott Craig, Global Account Executive, OEM Business Development, Infineon Technologies North America Corp.
Panelists -
Hawk Asgeirsson, DTE Energy
Doug Houseman, VP of Innovation and Technology, EnerNex
Daniel Lindenmeyer, Senior Business Development Manager, Infineon Technologies North America Corp.
David A. McCreadie, Vehicle Electrification and Infratructure, Sustainable Business Strategies, Ford Motor Co.
Matthew Nielsen, Principal Scientist, Platform Technologies Leader Controls, Electronics & Signal Processing, GE Global Research
Caisheng Wang, Associate Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, Wayne State University


The papers in this session are available in SAE Technical Paper Collection, COLL-GTL-00001, and also individually. To purchase visit collections.sae.org

Planned by Testing and Instrumentation Committee / Automobile Electronics Activity