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Energy Management of a Multi-Battery System for Renewable-Based High Power EV Charging

@article{Engelhardt2021EnergyMO,
  title={Energy Management of a Multi-Battery System for Renewable-Based High Power EV Charging},
  author={John S. Engelhardt and Jan Martin Zepter and Jesper Gejl Lage and Tatiana Gabderakhmanova and Mattia Marinelli},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.00351}
}
Hybrid fast-charging stations with battery storage and local renewable generation can facilitate low-carbon electric vehicle (EV) charging, while reducing the stress on the distribution grid. This paper proposes energy management strategies for a novel multibattery design that directly connects its strings to other DC components through a busbar matrix without the need for interfacing power converters. Hence, the energy management system has two degrees of control: (i) allocating strings to… 

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