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Electric car unplugged - Daimler to test inductive charging in everyday trial 2011.12.11

Berlin, Germany - December 07, 2011 - Charging electric cars without an electric cable - how does that work? Daimler AG is about to test inductive charging for the first time on a vehicle in everyday use in the form of a technically modified Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL. The electric car will be deployed from March 2012 in the project "Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität", which was inaugurated in Berlin today by Federal Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and Dr. Peter Ramsauer, Member of the Bundestag and Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs.

Daimler provides three electric vehicles with batterie electric drive as part of the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development sponsored project “Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität”.
From March 2012, a Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL, a second generation smart fortwo electric drive and a smart ebike are available for the inhabitants of the house.

Courtesy of Daimler AG
 

• Project "Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität" combines zero-emission living and driving in Berlin

• Daimler is first automotive partner to provide three electric vehicles for the project sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs


Berlin, Germany - December 07, 2011

Charging electric cars without an electric cable – how does that work?

Daimler AG is about to test inductive charging for the first time on a vehicle in everyday use in the form of a technically modified Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL.

Daimler provides three electric vehicles with batterie electric drive as part of the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development sponsored project “Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität”.
From March 2012, a Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL, a second generation smart fortwo electric drive and a smart ebike are available for the inhabitants of the house.

Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
With the inductive charging principle, an electric car fitted with a special charging coil merely has to be positioned over a charging coil in the ground to start the charging process fully automatically, with no need for cable contact.


Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler, Vice President e-drive & Future Mobility in Group Research & Advanced Engineering and Chief Environmental Officer of Daimler AG.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
"We are keen to find out how the inductive charging process proves in daily use," says Herbert Kohler, head of e-drive & future mobility in the Research and Advance Development department at Daimler AG.
"We have already demonstrated the essential feasibility of the technology. The experience in day-to-day use will now provide important pointers for the further course of development. A number of technical and financial issues also need to be resolved before we can really assess the marketability of this technology."

Federal Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel and Federal Minister Dr Peter Ramsauer open energy efficiency house in Berlin. December 07, 2011.
Courtesy of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, Germany (BMVBS)
 
The electric car will be deployed from March 2012 in the project "Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität",
which was inaugurated in Berlin today by Federal Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and Dr. Peter Ramsauer, Member of the Bundestag and Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: A display in the COMAND screen helps the driver of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL to position the vehicle correctly above the loading coil for the inductive load.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
Through the application of cutting-edge technologies, the energy-efficient house in this pilot project is intended to generate more electricity than it consumes.

This surplus electricity can be used to recharge battery-powered electric vehicles, for example – the home as a personal filling station.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
The entire building has been designed along energy-efficient lines
, seamlessly incorporating the area of electric mobility.
Both the inductive and the cable-based charging devices are harmonically integrated in the house's architecture, for example.

A family of four will live at the house on an experimental basis for 15 months, beginning in March 2012.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Second generation smart fortwo electric drive.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
During their stay at the house they will use various electric vehicles to explore and demonstrate how a new generation of buildings and electric mobility interact in daily life.

Apart from the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL with inductive charging option, Daimler AG will be providing the "Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität" project from the start in March 2012 with two other battery-powered electric vehicles for around three months: the second-generation smart fortwo electric drive and the smart ebike.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: A display in the COMAND screen helps the driver of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL to position the vehicle correctly above the loading coil for the inductive load.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
The family will thus have a broad spectrum of battery-powered local emission-free electric vehicles from Daimler at its disposal to cover the most diverse uses.

From the two-seater tailored perfectly to urban needs through the 5-seater family car to the electric bike which opens the door to electric mobility without any need for a driving licence.

Daimler will also attend to installation of the necessary charging infrastructure at the house, providing a wallbox for conductive charging with a cable and a charging coil for inductive charging in the carport.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
Alternatively, the family will also be able to charge all the vehicles at public charging stations or by plugging them into a standard domestic power outlet.

The project "Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität" will show that sustainable living and driving is possible without compromising on one's quality of life.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Second generation smart fortwo electric drive.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
Scientific evaluation of the data on usage of the vehicle which are collected in the course of the project may additionally provide important insights into customers' wishes – and show how electric cars can become yet more sustainable and at the same time more comfortable and convenient in the future.


Charging without a cable


In addition to charging with a cable, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL to be deployed in this project can also be charged inductively.

This involves non-contact transmission of the charging current by means of an electromagnetic field.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Second generation smart fortwo electric drive.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
For this purpose, both the vehicle and the parking space at the energy-efficient house are fitted with corresponding coils.

A special display system helps the driver to manoeuvre the vehicle into the ideal position over the charging coil.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Second generation smart fortwo electric drive.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
In cooperation with Conductix-Wampfler and Röchling Automotive KG, Daimler has already developed a prototype version of this technology and demonstrated its functional effectiveness in a project sponsored by the Federal Ministry of the Environment.

The technology's suitability for everyday use is now to be sounded out thoroughly in the course of the practical trial.


A perfect match: energy-efficient house and electric vehicle in coordinated design


In order to highlight the close functional relationship between house and vehicle, a special edition has been developed for the "Effizienzhaus-Plus" project in close consultation between the Mercedes-Benz Design department and "Effizienzhaus-Plus" architect Prof. Werner Sobek.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
In keeping with the design and colour concept for the house, white and natural tones are predominant in the exterior and interior design of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL and the second-generation smart fortwo electric drive.

A specially developed pearl coat in platinum white metallic lends the vehicles a strong presence and reflects heat, thereby helping to keep the interior cool.

The combined use of natural textiles such as wool, linen and nappa leather provides for an attractive contrast.

Effizienzhaus-Plus mit Elektromobilität: A display in the COMAND screen helps the driver of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL to position the vehicle correctly above the loading coil for the inductive load.
Courtesy of Daimler AG
 
The coordinated design means that the family will feel totally at home in the cars, thus communicating the concept of integrated sustainable home living and motoring on a visual and an emotional level.

Further information about the project is available online:
www.bmvbs.de/effizienzhausplus  


Media Contact

Matthias Brock
Research & Development Communications

Phone: +49 (0)711 17 91404
Fax: +49 (0)711 17 94365

Madeleine Herdlitschka
Research, Development and Environmental Communications

Phone: +49 711 17 76409
Fax: +49 711 17 94365


Source: Daimler AG

http://media.daimler.com/  



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