Nasrin Sadeghianpourhamami

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Since the inception of smart grids, a substantial amount of research has focused on the development of scalable Demand Response (DR) approaches. For example, to flatten peak load, or to balance renewable energy production. A crucial assumption in DR is that at least some portion of the load is flexible, i.e., can be shifted in time. While the flexibility(More)
The increasing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) presents both challenges and opportunities for the power grid, especially for distribution system operators (DSOs). The demand represented by EVs can be significant, but on the other hand, sojourn times of EVs could be longer than the time required to charge their batteries to the desired level (e.g., to(More)
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