The reduction of air pollutant emissions for the resolution of preserving and improving air quality across the world is a major concern to which all current governments are assigning significant amounts of commitments and resources. The effective improvement of air pollution involves strategic investments in the commercialisation and adoption of clean energy technologies by both private and public organisations, the conversion of contemporary houses to 'smart houses', the diffusion of renewable energies including photovoltaic systems, wind farms, and different forms of bioenergies, and the integration of electric-powered vehicles. In concert with these concepts, this paper aims to investigate the potential, the technical benefits and environmental aspects in terms of air pollutant emissions reduction using photovoltaic (PV) charging systems located in home's roof located in Ottawa in the context of electric mobility. The PV system evaluated was a solar roof combined with a charging system for electric vehicle. Different scenarios have been analysed considering different model of EVs and different state of charge. The results demonstrate that the PV systems are effective to feed EVs and eliminate emissions.
|Titolo:||Electric Vehicles Charged with Residential's Roof Solar Photovoltaic System: A Case Study in Ottawa|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|