Having the means to study the impact of Electrical Vehicle recharge on the power distribution network, is one of the key aspects needed to manage the development of this technology. Power distribution grid and Electric Vehicles are two strongly connected elements that require to be wisely integrated in order to avoid that limitations of the distribution network may slow down vehicle diffusion and, on the other hand, that a rapid growth of recharge requirements may put the distribution network in a critical situation. In this paper, a data driven methodology is presented that aims at obtaining power requirement models that can be used to foresee the behavior of the power grid.

A data driven approach to model electrical vehicle charging behaviour for grid integration analysis

Bascetta, Luca;Gruosso, Giambattista;Gajani, Giancarlo Storti
2019

Abstract

Having the means to study the impact of Electrical Vehicle recharge on the power distribution network, is one of the key aspects needed to manage the development of this technology. Power distribution grid and Electric Vehicles are two strongly connected elements that require to be wisely integrated in order to avoid that limitations of the distribution network may slow down vehicle diffusion and, on the other hand, that a rapid growth of recharge requirements may put the distribution network in a critical situation. In this paper, a data driven methodology is presented that aims at obtaining power requirement models that can be used to foresee the behavior of the power grid.
2018 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, VPPC 2018 - Proceedings
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