Deployment and testing of software and hardware components to be used in the pilot, to prepare for the full-scale pilot implementation. Contribute to D2.6.
Integrated smart charging solution installed, prepared for integrating battery swapping hub and shared homeowner charging points solutions with smart planning, booking and billing solutions and balanced with local energy use and electricity production.
Integrated smart charging solution installed in the building block, prepared for balancing charging of EVs with local energy use and electricity production.
Integrated smart charging solution installed for car-sharing, including charging infrastructure and 2nd use EV-battery storage.
Leaflet of 8 pages describing the GreenCharge approach to integrating eMobility into SUMP.
Overview on web-site of new initiatives, new research results, new products and new user needs that are of relevance to eMobility. The overview will be continuously updated until end of project. Contribute to Result R_RD.
Describes evaluation methodology and schedule for the analysis of stakeholder acceptance, including data collection plan.
This report will describe evaluation methodology and schedule including data collection plan. It will also include the requirement analysis and architecture design of evaluation tools and methods.
Describes the result of the stakeholder analysis, identifying the concerns and needs from all stakeholders relevant for GreenCharge.
Describes updated and confirmed plans for the dissemination and exploitation of results and the completed and planned communication activities.
Describe Oslo pilot in terms of challenges, user needs, use cases, scenarios, stakeholders and locations to be involved and the baseline. This will be input to D2.1.
Provides an overview of the business models and use cases defined during the first round of workshops accompanied by requirements from a business perspective and an indication of potential markets.
Defines target audiences and the key messages for /type of engagement needed with each group. Defines different channels and mechanisms to be used for communication. Will be continuously refined during the project.
Describe the planning of the tests to be carried out at the pilot site. It includes scenarios to be demonstrated, time schedules, stakeholders and locations selected, users selected for workshops and for testing, hardware and software to be installed, tests to be run and data to be collected, etc. Contribute to D 2.5, D2.6. Will be updated during the project.
Provide an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of the business models and use cases prototyped after the first round of workshops, together with an overview of new and revised business models that will be prototyped after the second round of workshops accompanied by requirements from a business perspective and an indication of potential markets.
Describes the initial version of the GreenCharge architecture and the specification of interfaces and protocols for interoperability.
Describes the internal procedures for dealing with the collection and handling of data from the pilots in order to make them as open research data, including the necessary permissions for handling private data, and the necessary forms of informed consent and documentation of technical solution for secure data storage.
Software prototype that extends the CoSSMic simulator to reproduce the GreenCharge neighbourhoods, business models and scenarios with support for visualisation and interpretation of evaluation results.
This combines online surveys, App to be integrated into mobile devices and/or charging points to collect stakeholder feedback on GreenCharge solutions.
Author(s): Salvatore Venticinque, Rocco Aversa, Beniamino Di Martino, Marit Natvig, Shanshan Jiang, Regina Enrich Sard
Published in: 2019 IEEE 28th International Conference on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises (WETICE), 2019, Page(s) 76-81
Author(s): Rocco Aversa, Beniamino Di Martino, Salvatore Venticinque
Published in: Environmental Informatics: Techniques and Trends, 2018, Page(s) 277 - 280
Author(s): Marit Natvig, Shanshan Jiang, Svein Hallsteinsen
Published in: Web, Artificial Intelligence and Network Applications - Proceedings of the Workshops of the 34th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (WAINA-2020), Issue 1150, 2020, Page(s) 1394-1407