Network Impacts and Cost Savings of Controlled EV Charging

@article{Verzijlbergh2012NetworkIA,
  title={Network Impacts and Cost Savings of Controlled EV Charging},
  author={Remco A. Verzijlbergh and Marinus O. W. Grond and Zofia Lukszo and Johannes G. Slootweg and Marija D. Ilic},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={1203-1212}
}
This paper investigates the distribution system impacts of electric vehicle (EV) charging. The analysis is based on a large number of operational distribution networks in The Netherlands. Future load profiles have been constructed by adding different EV charging profiles to household loads and solving the power flows to assess the network impacts on various network levels. The results indicate that controlled charging of EVs leads to significant reduction of overloaded network components that… CONTINUE READING
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