fASt and Smart charging solutions for full size URban hEavy Duty applications

The ASSURED Project proposal addresses the topic GV-08-2017, “Electrified urban commercial vehicles integration with fast charging infrastructure” of the Green Vehicle work programme. A 39-member consortium from 12 different EU Member States will conduct the work.
The overall objectives of ASSURED are:

  • Analysing the needs of the cities, operators and end-users to derive the requirements and specifications for the next generation of electrically chargeable heavy-duty (HD) vehicles (i.e. buses), medium-duty (MD) trucks and light duty vehicles for operation within an urban environment;
  • Improving the total cost of ownership (TCO) through better understanding of the impact of fast charging profiles on battery lifetime, sizing, safety, grid reliability and energy- efficiency of the charger-vehicle combination;
  • Development of next generation modular high-power charging solutions for electrified HD and MD vehicles;
  • Development of innovative charging management strategies to improve the TCO, the environmental impact, operational cost and the impact on the grid stability from the fleet upscaling point of view;
  • Demonstration of 6 electrically chargeable HD vehicles (public transport buses), 3 MD trucks (2 refuse collections & 1 delivery truck) and 1 light duty vehicle with automatic fast charging;
  • Development of interoperable and scalable high power charging solutions among different key European charging solution providers;
  • Demonstration of energy and cost efficient wireless charging solutions up to 100 kW for an electric light duty vehicle (VAN);
  • Evaluating the cost, energy efficiency, impact on the grid of the different use cases, noise and environmental impact of the ASSURED solutions;
  • To actively support the take‐up of business cases and exploitation of project results across Europe of the use cases by partner cities (Barcelona, Osnabruck, Goteborg, Brussels, Jaworzno, Munich, Eindhoven, Bayonne, Madrid) and end users.
  • Framework: Horizon 2020
  • Type: IA
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Ongoing Date: 30 Sep 2021
  • Vehicles: Trucks , Buses , Delivery vans
  • Technology fields: Energy Storage Systems, Vehicle Systems Integration, Grid Integration,
  • Project Partners: ALTRA (Italy), Austrian Institute of Technology (Austria), AVL List GmbH (Austria), D'Appolonia (Italy), FEV (Germany), IAV - Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr (Germany), ICCS (Greece), IDIADA Automotive Technology (Spain), JEMA Energy (Spain), Kompetenzzentrum – Das virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft (Austria), POLIS (Belgium), Politecnico di Torino (Italy), SOLARIS Bus & Coach (Poland), TNO (The Netherlands), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium), VTT (Finland), IVECO SPA (Italy), IKERLAN (Spain), SAET Spa (Italy), TOFAS (Turkey), Iberdrola Distribucion Electrica SA (Spain), UITP (Belgium), Transports de Barcelona (Spain), Volvo Bus Corporation (Sweden), IRIZAR (Spain), Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Angewandten Forschung E.V (Germany), MAN Trucks & Buses AG (Germany), Rupprecht consult - Forschung & Beratung GMBH (Germany), ABB B.V (Netherlands), Belgisch Laboratorium Van De Elektriciteitsindustrie (Belgium), ENEXIS BV (Netherlands), Heliox B.V (Neherlands), Scholt Enery Services B.V (Netherlands), Schunk Bahn- Und Industrietechnik Gmbh (Germany), Vectia Mobility Research & Development, A.I.E (Spain), VDL Enabling Transport Solutions bv (The Netherlands), SIEMENS Aktiengesellschaft (Austria), ALSTOM TRANSPORT S.A (France), Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacji Miejskiej Spółka Z Ograniczona Odpowiedzialnoscia - PKM (Poland), Stadtwerke Osnabrueck AG (Germany),
Call identifier:
Technology fields:
Project Partners: