JP2012029518A - Electric car battery utilization system - Google Patents

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JP2012029518A
JP2012029518A JP2010168067A JP2010168067A JP2012029518A JP 2012029518 A JP2012029518 A JP 2012029518A JP 2010168067 A JP2010168067 A JP 2010168067A JP 2010168067 A JP2010168067 A JP 2010168067A JP 2012029518 A JP2012029518 A JP 2012029518A
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Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide the whole of Japan with benefit and vigor, to reduce the usage of depleting fossil fuel and the emission of the significant amount of CO2, and to contribute to an early post-disaster reconstruction at the time of emergency disaster by achieving smart grid or next-generation power transmission network by utilizing electric car batteries of electric cars.SOLUTION: An electric car battery utilization system comprises: a network F having a data center A as the center; approximately 100 new power generation companies D of small scale power generation compliant to the smart grid provided across Japan; approximately 250 electric car battery exchange places D2 provided on required places around the new power generation companies D; new charging/discharging electricity terminals 1001 for households installed at households 100 ; electric cars 9; and in-vehicle wireless network G. The electric car battery is charged at the new power generation companies D compliant to the smart grid and housed in a battery supply container 7. The battery supply container 7 is constituted by a container type robot which provides a battery exchange container 8 with the electric car battery at the electric car battery exchange place D2.

Description

  The present invention uses an electric vehicle to create a society for an electric vehicle including a battery charging system, a new battery replacement system, and a new home charging / discharging terminal for a small power generation smart grid compatible new power generation company. Even after the battery can no longer be used in an electric vehicle, it will be used and managed to the maximum extent, including reuse, to significantly reduce CO2 emissions. Furthermore, it is a system technology that is useful for early disaster recovery in the event of an emergency disaster. The unmanned electric vehicle battery exchange robot factory, in which a battery supply container and a battery exchange container of a container type robot are combined to execute battery exchange, is the latest system technology.

  As global warming has become global due to many years of global technological advancement, it is necessary to quickly spread electric vehicles as a means to reduce CO2 emissions.

  Until now, automobiles have been used for many years mainly as a means of moving people and luggage, and many technologies for fossil fuel cars have been developed, but that era is near the end to create a low-carbon society.

  In the smart grid (next-generation power grid), CO2 emission reduction is a newly emerging field, and many demonstration tests and efforts are seen. However, in the automobile field, fossil fuels that run out of fossil fuels are exhausted and exhausted. In the present situation where the use of CO2 and CO2 emissions must be reduced, electric cars cannot be avoided.

Japanese Patent Publication No. 2010-81722 Japanese Patent Publication No. 2009-296880 Japanese Patent Publication No. 2009-80834 Japanese Patent Publication No. 2008-131841 Japanese Patent Publication No. 2007-116799 Japanese Patent Publication No. 2003-102104 Japanese Patent Publication No. 2002-144886 Japanese Patent Publication No. 11-178241 Japanese Patent Publication No. 10-271694 Japanese Patent Publication No. 10-117407

  In order to reduce CO2 emissions due to global warming worldwide, the governmental industry will make more efforts to spread electric cars as soon as possible, and will make a clear path forward to advance the infrastructure development of electric cars as soon as possible.

  The Japanese automobile industry is not only competitive, but in the field of smart grids (next-generation power grids), in order to disseminate electric vehicles by cooperating, fossil fuel vehicles are immediately stopped, electric vehicles are mass-produced, and electric vehicles are used. At the same time as lowering the price of the battery, standardize the mounting method and shape of the electric vehicle battery so that the electric vehicle battery can be replaced from the outside. It is important for the government to provide guidance to the automobile industry. As a result, the Japanese automobile industry is in a position to lead the world.

  Furthermore, as electric vehicles become more widespread, we believe that all Japanese companies must collaborate and urgently develop infrastructure. As a public investment, it is a big issue to be solved that the execution of the infrastructure development budget for electric vehicles and the reduction of the cost of infrastructure development by all related companies involved.

  The present invention takes the following means in order to solve the problems. Low price equipped with the latest technologies of battery charging system, new battery exchange system and new home charging / discharging terminal of new power generation company that supports smart grid (next generation transmission network) and small grid power generation In addition, it is easy to quickly implement a highly efficient system and spread the infrastructure of electric vehicles faster by applying the method of spreading mobile phones to electric vehicles. It is necessary to improve the infrastructure before increasing the number of mobile phones. As a result of having users experience how mobile phones are easy to use and convenient, the problem was solved by the rapid infrastructure maintenance of electric vehicles and the cost reduction of infrastructure maintenance as mobile phones spread rapidly To do.

  According to the present invention, when about 60 million Japanese electric cars alone are used as electric vehicles, the total amount of charged electric power is about ½ of the total daily generated electric energy in Japan. By creating a new battery replacement system that uses the surplus power and a new charge / discharge terminal system for homes, smoothing the amount of power during the day and night greatly reduces the annual power generation of Japanese thermal power generation, and Realize the reduction of many CO2 emissions from homes and automobiles, including the CO2 generated from places.

  The present invention contributes to early disaster recovery in the event of an emergency disaster.

  According to the present invention, the electric vehicle is not only a means for moving people and luggage, but also the price of the battery for the electric vehicle is reduced, so that the electric vehicle is a household appliance that is essential for people to live in the home. In addition, a complete battery replacement management system for electric vehicle batteries enables the reuse of electric vehicle batteries and the reduction of accidents and failures.

  The present invention brings benefits and vitality to users of electric vehicles, the country, and all related companies, and accelerates implementation in Japan as a reality. In addition, the system technology will be sold all over the world as a Japanese technology that is universally accepted.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. The electric vehicle 9 in FIG. 1 is of a type in which an electric vehicle battery 10 can be removed from the outside. Using the electric vehicle 9, the battery 10 for the electric vehicle is exchanged with a system such as a lease contract or a short-term rental through a network F centered on the data center A in correspondence with a smart grid (next-generation power transmission network).

  Using the network F of the data center A in FIG. 1 and the in-vehicle wireless network G of the electric vehicle 9, the same service is provided to the electric vehicle 9 for battery exchange information and personal computers, televisions, mobile phones, and the like. Furthermore, it also serves as an intermediary for information exchange between the electric vehicle 9 and the mobile phone.

  Using the electric vehicle 9 in FIG. 1, electric power obtained by using renewable energy such as the solar / solar thermal power generation system 3 and the wind power generation system 5 of the new power generation company D that supports smart grids and the midnight power of the existing power company 1 In Japan, the electric vehicle battery 10 is recharged and the surplus power charged with renewable energy is sold 2 to the existing power company 1 as clean energy (renewable energy). Reduce the annual power generation of power generation and greatly reduce CO2 emissions. The battery for charging of the new power generation company D that supports smart grids can be used in the electric vehicle 9 (electric vehicle battery 10) and can no longer be used (clean energy (renewable energy)). ) Use two types of batteries.

  In the event of an emergency disaster, the new power generation company D for smart grids for small-scale power generation shown in Fig. 1 will be installed around Japan (1 place for a radius of 20km). The electric power charged in the electric vehicle battery 10 is directly supplied from D to the disaster area. Furthermore, the necessary amount of the charged electric vehicle battery 10 mounted on the battery supply container 7 is pinpointed to a necessary place of the new power generation company D corresponding to the smart grid for small-scale power generation near the disaster area. 11 to move and supply. In addition, taking advantage of the battery replacement container 8 that can be easily installed in a short time and small land, it is temporarily installed near the disaster area, the battery 10 for the electric vehicle 9 of the electric vehicle 9 in the disaster area is replaced, and used as household power. Use to contribute to early disaster recovery.

  Also in the home 100 of FIG. 1, the home charging / discharging terminal 1001 is installed to manage the battery 10 for the electric vehicle leased at the data center A using the network F, and the lease contract for the electric vehicle 9 is made. The electric vehicle battery 10 is periodically diagnosed and charged with late-night power, and the electric vehicle 9 is used as household power in the daytime when the vehicle is not used as a vehicle, and the two electric vehicles 9 are switched uninterruptibly. .

  In the home 100 in FIG. 2, AC 100 V or 200 V is received by the power receiving meter 1004 through the power supply cable 1003 from the utility pole 1002. Then, it is supplied from the power receiving meter 1004 to the distribution board 1005. From this distribution board 1005, the usage is different for each household.

  The household charging / discharging terminal 1001 is installed in the household 100 that has a lease contract for the battery 10 for the electric vehicle in FIG. 2, and AC 100V or 200V is supplied from the distribution panel 1005 through the AC power supply cable 1006. Is charged / discharged through a charging / discharging cable 1008 for an electric vehicle, and further, power is supplied to the home 100 through a use power supply cable 1007. These are executed by controlling and controlling the power switching control unit 10012 and the DC / AC conversion inverter 10011 of the home charging / discharging terminal 1001 by the network network F centering on the data center A and the in-vehicle wireless network network G of the electric vehicle 9. To do.

  The battery supply container 7 of FIG. 3 is managed by the network network F centered on the data center A by the information tag containing the battery information attached to the electric vehicle battery 10 by the new power generation company D corresponding to the smart grid of FIG. The electric vehicle battery 10 charged on the battery is mounted on a battery-specific pallet 71 that is different depending on the battery type, and the operator operates the container transport trailer 11 with four to eight legs. It is transported to the electric vehicle battery exchange place D2, and is operated by the operator to get off the container transport trailer 11 with its own power with 4 to 8 feet, and moves to confirm the position attached to the battery supply container 7 While confirming the mutual position with a detector 85 for position confirmation attached to the detector 72 and the battery exchange container 8 Is a container type of robot that coalesce in an automatic and battery exchange container 8, which is location fixed.

  The battery supply container 7 shown in FIG. 4 recognizes the model requested from the battery exchange container 8 by the information tag attached to the battery 10 for the electric vehicle, and transports the charged electric vehicle battery 10 placed on the battery dedicated pallet 71. And automatically move to the delivery location 81 and deliver it to the battery exchange container 8. The battery supply container 7 recognizes the battery information with an information tag attached to the empty electric vehicle battery 10 at the delivery location 81, receives the empty electric vehicle battery 10 from the battery exchange container 8 to the battery dedicated pallet 71, This is an unmanned production robot factory that returns an empty electric vehicle battery 10 mounted on a battery-dedicated pallet 71 to the original place where the charged electric vehicle battery 10 of the battery supply container 7 is taken out.

  The battery supply container 7 of FIG. 5 is equipped with a solar panel 12 and a battery, is always charged, the inside is air-conditioned, and covers its own power consumption as much as possible. When the battery exchange container 8 and the electric vehicle battery 10 are being delivered, the electric power that is insufficient from the battery exchange container 8 is received.

  In FIG. 1, all information on the battery 10 for the electric vehicle 10 in the battery supply container 7 is managed in the data center A using the network F, and the new power generation company D and the electric vehicle battery corresponding to the smart grid using the container transport trailer 11. The battery supply container 7 is exchanged between the exchange locations D2.

  The battery exchange container 8 of FIG. 3 is operated by the operator on the container transport trailer 11 with four to eight legs, and is transported to the electric vehicle battery exchange place D2, where the operator operates. It is a container-type robot that can easily locate and fix in a short time by getting off the container transport trailer 11 with four to eight legs by its own power and moving to a place where simple foundation work has been performed. In addition, it can be easily moved and installed in other places due to changes in surrounding conditions.

  The fixed battery exchange container 8 shown in FIG. 4 recognizes the vehicle type using the operation panel 84 shown in FIG. The battery supply container 7 is requested for the automobile battery 10. The battery information is confirmed by the information tag attached to the charged electric vehicle battery 10 mounted on the battery-dedicated pallet 71 at the delivery location 81 of the battery exchange container 8, and only the charged electric vehicle battery 10 is received. The transport device for the electric vehicle battery 10 in the battery exchange container 8 is a system in which the receiving jig is switched for each model of the electric vehicle battery 10.

  The driver of the electric vehicle 9 in FIG. 4 drives and moves to the battery replacement position in the battery replacement container 8. The information tag attached to the electric vehicle battery 10 recognizes the model information and position of the battery with a detector and transmits the information to the transfer device of the battery exchange container 8. Depending on the battery model information, the battery removal direction is determined to be either downward, forward or backward. The transfer device of the battery exchange container 8 receives the empty electric vehicle battery 10 of the electric vehicle 9 from the electric vehicle 9 from the determined direction, receives the information tag attached to the electric vehicle battery 10 again, and charges the battery. The remaining amount is measured with a measuring machine, and the charged electric vehicle battery 10 is attached to the electric vehicle 9. The exchanged empty electric vehicle battery 10 is transferred to a delivery location 81 by a transfer device, and delivered to the battery dedicated pallet 71 of the battery supply container 7 that has received the electric vehicle battery 10 earlier.

  When the battery exchange is completed in the battery exchange container 8 of FIG. 4, the driver of the electric vehicle 9 receives the battery exchange specification and the receipt at the driver's seat and operates to leave the battery exchange container 8.

  The battery exchange container 8 of FIG. 6 is equipped with a solar panel 12 and a battery, is always charged, the inside is air-conditioned, and covers its own power consumption as much as possible. Since the battery exchange container 8 uses a large amount of power, it receives the power of three-phase AC 200V from the existing power company 1 and uses it together.

  In FIG. 1, the inside of the battery supply container 7 and the battery exchange container 8 of the container type robot is an unmanned electric vehicle battery exchange robot factory, and all the information of the electric vehicle battery 10 is stored in the network F and the in-vehicle wireless network of the electric vehicle 9. Management is performed at data center A using network G.

  The battery exchange container 8 of FIG. 6 is equipped with chemical digestion equipment for emergency. A quick charger 83 is also installed, and images of advertisements and events are displayed on a huge monitor 82 attached to the side of the battery exchange container 8.

  Using the network F through the operation panel 84 of the battery exchange container 8 in FIG.

  The battery supply container 7 and the battery exchange container 8 in the electric vehicle battery exchange place D2 in FIG. 4 are very low-priced and can be easily installed and operated by simple foundation work on a small land with a minimum installation area of 16 m × 10 m. In addition, most of the locations will be part of the existing paved parking lot.

FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram showing the overall configuration of an electric vehicle battery utilization system. FIG. 2 is a configuration diagram showing the overall configuration of the new home charging / discharging terminal 1001. FIG. 3 is an exploded view showing the container moving installation, the battery supply container 7 and the battery exchange container 8. FIG. 4 is a development view showing a detailed implementation method of the battery supply container 7 and the battery exchange container 8. FIG. 5 is a development view showing a detailed implementation method of the battery supply container 7. FIG. 6 is a development view showing a detailed implementation method of the battery exchange container 8.

A Data Center B New Power Generation Company for Smart Grid 1
C New power generation company for smart grid 2
D New power generation company for smart grid 3
E New power generation company for smart grid 4
F Smart grid compatible network G Electric vehicle in-vehicle wireless network D1 Electric vehicle battery replacement place 1
D2 Electric vehicle battery replacement place 2
D3 Electric vehicle battery replacement place 3
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Existing electric power company 2 Electric power reception and sale 3 Solar power generation system 4 Solar power 5 Wind power generation system 6 Wind 7 Battery supply container 71 Battery dedicated pallet 72 Battery supply container position detector 8 Battery exchange container 81 Battery supply Battery transfer location for electric vehicle in container 7 and battery exchange container 8 82 Giant monitor 83 Quick charger 84 Operation panel 85 Detector for confirming battery exchange container position 9 Electric vehicle 10 Battery for electric vehicle 11 Container trailer 12 Solar panel 100 Home 1001 Charge / discharge terminal for new home 10011 DC / AC conversion inverter 10012 Power supply switching control unit 1002 Utility pole 1003 Feeding cable 1004 Power receiving meter 1005 Distribution board 1 06 AC power supply cable 1007 using the power supply cable 1008 for electric vehicles discharge cable

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  1.   Smart grid-compatible new power generation company's battery charging system, battery supply container, battery exchange container, new home charging / discharging terminal equipped with low-cost and high-efficiency system to reduce the use of fossil fuel and drastically reduce CO2 emissions To do. In the event of an emergency disaster, electric power charged in the electric vehicle battery is directly supplied to the disaster area from the new power generation company for smart grids near the disaster area. Further, the necessary amount of the electric vehicle battery charged to the necessary location of the new power generation company for small-scale power generation near the disaster area is moved and supplied pinpointed by the battery supply container. The battery replacement container can be installed easily in the vicinity of the disaster area in a short time, and the battery for the electric vehicle in the disaster area can be replaced and used for household power to contribute to early disaster recovery. A new battery replacement system characterized by
  2.   Installed in the home to manage the charging / discharging of the electric vehicle battery that has been leased for the electric vehicle through a network, and periodically charged the electric vehicle battery for which the electric vehicle has been leased and charged with midnight power A charge / discharge terminal for new homes, characterized in that it is used for daytime household power and is controlled to switch between the two electric vehicles without interruption.
  3.   The electric vehicle battery is charged with electric power obtained by using renewable energy such as a solar / solar thermal power generation system or a wind power generation system of the new power generation company supporting smart grid according to claim 1, and the surplus electric power charged is Sell as clean energy (renewable energy) to existing power companies. The battery for charging of the new power generation company corresponding to the smart grid can be used for the electric vehicle (the battery for electric vehicle) and can no longer be used (the battery for electric vehicle for sale as clean energy (renewable energy)). A battery charging system for a new power generation company that supports smart grids, characterized by the use of two types of batteries.
  4.   The electric vehicle battery charged by the smart grid-compatible new power generation company according to claim 1 or 3 is mounted on a battery-dedicated pallet, rides on a container transportation trailer, and is transported to an electric vehicle battery replacement place. The container transport trailer is lowered by its own power, moved and automatically merged with the battery exchange container, and the battery exchange container is charged with the supplied electric vehicle battery and the empty electric vehicle battery is collected. A battery supply container characterized by a container-type robot having an unmanned transfer device.
  5.   Ride on the container transport trailer with your own power, transport it to the electric vehicle battery replacement place, get off the container transport trailer with your own power, move and fix it at the installation location, Easy to move and install in place. The charged electric vehicle battery is received from the battery supply container, and the empty electric vehicle battery is removed from any one of the three directions of the lower, the front, and the rear depending on the type of the electric vehicle, and the charged electric vehicle A battery exchange container comprising a container-type robot having an unmanned battery exchange system for exchanging the battery for an electric vehicle and returning the empty electric vehicle battery to the battery supply container.
  6.   A quick charger, a huge monitor, and an operation panel are provided. The quick charger rapidly charges the electric vehicle, and the huge monitor attached to the side of the container displays an image of an advertisement or an event. 6. The battery exchange container according to claim 5, wherein the operation means uses a network to exchange the battery and charge / settlement using an IC card or a mobile phone.
  7.   The combination of the battery supply container according to claim 4 and the battery exchange container according to claims 5 and 6 is very low cost, and is a short land with a minimum installation area of 16m x 10m, simple foundation work, and short. An unmanned electric vehicle battery exchange robot factory characterized by starting installation and operation in time.
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