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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Time

04:30 pm - 06:00 pm

Hall

ICM München,

Room

Room 12

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PV Powered Transportation of the Future

04:30 pm
04:35 pm

Welcome and Introduction

04:35 pm
04:50 pm

Overview of the IEA PVPS Task17: PV and Transport

04:50 pm
05:05 pm

Quantifying the Benefit of Vehicle Integrated PV

05:05 pm
05:20 pm

Efficient Si Photovoltaics for Electrically Powered Utility Vehicles

05:20 pm
05:35 pm

Expected Benefits of PV-Powered Vehicles

05:35 pm
05:50 pm

The Sion - A Climate-friendly Solar Car and Mobile Battery

05:50 pm
06:00 pm

Q&A

Speakers

Prof. Toshio Hirota
Prof. Toshio Hirota
Professor, Waseda University, Japan
Dr. Anna J. Carr
Dr. Anna J. Carr
Scientist, PV Modules & Applications, ECN.TNO, Netherlands
Dr. Robby Peibst
Dr. Robby Peibst
Head of Group Emerging Solar Cell Technologies, ISFH, Germany
 Keiichi Komoto
Keiichi Komoto
Senior Consultant, MHIR, Japan
 Katja Tschakert
Katja Tschakert
Director Business Development, Sono Motors GmbH, Germany
 Mathieu Baudrit
Mathieu Baudrit
Head of Research and Development Solar Integration, Sono Motors GmbH, Germany

Summary

In order to mitigate CO2 emissions in the transport sector, promoting electric vehicles and photovoltaics into private, public and commercial vehicles is the next logical step. While EVs with integrated PVs have the potential to drastically reduce WTW CO2 emissions, battery-powered electric cars will remain crucial to mitigate the impact on existing energy grids. Given our dependence on road vehicles, the market is sure to be a key driver of future PV development. The panel will analyze the practicalities of integrating PV in transport systems and how this could reduce CO2 emissions. This session is jointly organized by Intersolar and IEA PVPS Task 17.