Park & Charge - The European Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles
Mr Roland Reichel, Honorary Chairman
Bundesverband Solare Mobilitaet
This presentation was given at Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air Europe 2011 on Jun 28, 2011.
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Speaker Biography (Roland Reichel)
Mr. Roland Reichel got his first degree in electrical engineering at the Technical University Wolfenbüttel / Braunschweig in 1968. He worked as lecturer for high voltage and electric power at the Cairo Institute of Technology in Helwan/ Egypt from 1969 to 1973 and at the University of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania from 1974 to 1979. In 1978 he made his Masters of Science (Eng.) degree at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Dar Es Salaam with the thesis "Wind Power and Rural Electrification in Tanzania". In 1978 he participated in one of the first photovoltaic projects in Tanzania (2 x 300W at the Mount Kilimanjaro). In 1980 he worked in a consultancy team on the master plan for renewable energies for Kenya (GTZ project). From 1980 to 1997 Mr. Reichel worked for Siemens in Erlangen and Nürnberg, first in the field of system engineering for photovoltaics and later in design and planning of computer controls for electric distribution systems. Starting with the Tour de Sol in 1985, Mr. Reichel got involved in "Solar Mobility". He was co-founder of the Solarmobil Verein Erlangen in 1985 and of the "Fahrer und Konstrukteursverband Solar- und Elektromobile" in 1989, which later changed the name to „Bundesverband Solare Mobilität". He was chairman of the Bundesverband Solare Mobilität (German Solar Mobility Association) from 1991 to 2006 and is at present the "Honorary Chairman". Mr. Reichel is publishing the German magazine "Solarmobil" since 1987 (4 x a year, current issue is
no. 68 of Dec. 2007, see www.solarmobil.de/zeitschrift). He is also involved in Internet publications, see www.solarmobil.net and www.solarmobil.info and in world-wide projects and presentations in the field of "Solar Mobility". He drives a Citroen AX electrique and a CityEl-solar plus a solar-boat, and his house has a 4 kW photovoltaic power plant on top of the roof.
Company Profile (Bundesverband Solare Mobilitat)
Bundesverband Solare Mobilität e.V. (German Solar Mobility Association) is the largest and most active group in Germany working for electric mobility based on renewable energies.