Jukka Lassila

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The nature of transport and energy use is radically changing along with the upward trend of electric vehicles. The rapid technological development of electrical vehicles opens new opportunities from the electricity distribution point of view. Efficiency can be improved by implementing energy storages to the grid and cutting the load peaks by feeding power(More)
Regulatory bodies in electricity sector are trying to find suitable methods to compensate the effects of cost reductions emerged from regulatory models used to control electricity distribution monopolies. Quality aspects have to be recognised also due to growing interest stemming from the customers. This paper describes the regulatory measures taken by(More)
The aim of the paper is to describe and introduce smart charging test environment and plug-in hybrid vehicle capable of smart charging and vehicle to grid functionality. Furthermore, the paper aims at demonstrating simple smart charging strategy in operation on smart charging test bed. The demonstration utilizes commercially available components and open(More)
In this paper, a description of a smart charging interface in an actual smart grid environment is presented. In addition, some results of controlled smart charging events are shown. The smart charging interface in Green Campus Smart Grid allows handling and controlling multiple electric vehicles (EVs) within the campus area based on information from the EVs(More)
This paper focuses on the regulation of electricity distribution business. First, regulation principles of natural monopolies are discussed in general level. Second, different methods used to regulate the electricity distribution business in some European countries are introduced. Third, regulatory models used in Finland, Norway and Sweden are discussed in(More)