Aims of the project
The overall objective of the project is to develop a standard-compatible, fast charging, inductive charging system with at least 22 kW in order to create demand-oriented charging infrastructure for fleets. In this context, demand-oriented means that the number of charging points is reduced to the real need in order to keep infrastructure costs as low as possible. The fast charging infrastructure to be developed is downward compatible and thus enables access for all vehicle types. For this purpose, a fast charging inductive system will be developed.
In addition to the development of the inductive charging system, its grid and system integration plays an important role. Optimal grid and system integration will play an increasingly important role in the future as the penetration of the charging infrastructure increases. The goal of system and grid integration for the charging infrastructure is, on the one hand, to keep the need for grid expansion as low as possible with grid-oriented approaches. On the other hand, the goal of generation-oriented approaches is to operate the fleet as economically and ecologically as possible. The goal of the field tests is to test the inductive charging system in real operation and to compare inductive and conductive charging behavior in order to draw appropriate recommendations for action.
Structure of the project
The project is basically divided into three modules.
Module 1 involves the development and implementation of the inductive charging system. The development of approaches for grid and system integration as well as their investigations on the basis of simulations and in the laboratory form Module 2. These two modules form the basis for Module 3. This is a field test in which the inductive charging system and the integration approaches from module 2 are tested in real operation.
In order to align the research project LISA4CL close to practice and application, the executing project partners cooperate with the associated partners.