[Villages] EV charging village
power at mch2021.org
Sun May 8 16:05:41 CEST 2022
Hello EV charging people,
Nice project, it's always fun to hack some (EV) car infra. :)
Some notes for power consumption on the terrain:
-Charging vehicles on the terrain is not really possible, so make sure
your vehicles are fully charged!
-In case of emergency, 32A 400V could be available for charging during
the nights when other consumption is low.
But that depends a bit on where you want to have your village too, on
some spots it will be harder to arrange this, but most spots are fine.
If you would like to have this option, contact us when picking a spot.
-Keep in mind that we run on generators, charging is way more expensive
for us than it would be for you at a charging station.
Using 230V schuko is no problem at all, even if you use 16A for a few
hours this does not worry us.
On the parking terrain there is no power infra, so charging there will
not happen, keep that in mind too.
On 07/05/2022 20:56, Marco Möller wrote:
> this are really great news! awesome!
> so lets plan for 3 cars ?
> Am Sa., 7. Mai 2022 um 18:25 Uhr schrieb konmei <ccc at wedrich.org>:
> Hi Marco,
> perfect, as I see all the info needed is also provided there already.
> Orga does not have concerns either, so let's go ahead.
> We will consider your requirements accordingly during our village
> placement (probably end of June). (If I remember correctly, we had to
> place some plates last time because the ground was too wet for the
> vehicles. We will see if we can fit you a spot, that will be safe no
> matter how much it rains.)
> Best regards,
> Am 07.05.2022 um 18:16 schrieb Marco Möller:
> > Hi konmei, hi power and villages team.
> > I did some weeks ago our camp page:
> > https://wiki.mch2022.org/Village:EVerest_BaseCamp
> > I think from power perspective we are probably less worse then
> many other
> > villages. we will make sure to restrict ourself as mich as we
> can. we are
> > mainly focussed on the datacommunication to the car anyway ;-)
> > I totally got you constraints on the "dont camp in your car" /
> "dont move"
> > constraints, and we are not planning to do this anyway.
> > So would be great to get the permission to put 2-3 cars into our
> > Since every car is quite different on the dataport, so we would
> love to
> > explore the differences ;-)
> > We will also offer workshops around this topic in our village.
> Our related
> > talk in the big tent got recently accepted by MCH.
> > cheers
> > -Marco
> > Am Sa., 7. Mai 2022 um 13:30 Uhr schrieb konmei <ccc at wedrich.org>:
> >> Hi Marco,
> >> Registration of a village is no issue at all, please feel free
> to do so
> >> in the wiki: https://wiki.mch2022.org/Form:Village
> >> However, vehicles on the ground are in general not that
> welcome, since
> >> the ground is very sensitive.
> >> Also, if they will get an allowence, they cannot be moved
> during the
> >> event, and you cannot use them to sleep there (would then be a
> >> which would require a ticket).
> >> The power supply and consumption would have to be discussed with
> >> team:power (copied them in).
> >> We will discuss the request with projectleiding and come back
> to you.
> >> Best regards,
> >> konmei
> >> Am 19.04.2022 um 17:48 schrieb Marco Möller:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I am one of the initiators of a Linux Foundation Project around EV
> >> charger
> >>> firmware.
> >>> https://www.lfenergy.org/projects/everest/
> >>> We are wondering if we could do an EV charging village (name
> TBD), where
> >> we
> >>> might place ~2 electric vehicles in the village to interact
> with their
> >>> firmware live on the field. We would minimize power
> consumption (so only
> >> 1
> >>> phase, max 6 amps, only short some seconds / minutes tests, no
> >>> charging) as much as possible.
> >>> looking forward to hearing from you!
> >>> - Marco
> Dr. Marco Möller
> mobile: +49 (0)173 2051706
> Münzweg 2
> 76698 Ubstadt-Weiher
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