Smart Online Charging Algorithm for Electric Vehicles via Customized Actor–Critic Learning

  title={Smart Online Charging Algorithm for Electric Vehicles via Customized Actor–Critic Learning},
  author={Yongsheng Cao and Hao Wang and Demin Li and Guanglin Zhang},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Journal},
With the advances in the Internet-of-Things technology, electric vehicles (EVs) have become easier to schedule in daily life, which is reshaping the electric load curve. It is important to design efficient charging algorithms to mitigate the negative impact of EV charging on the power grid. This article investigates an EV charging scheduling problem to reduce the charging cost while shaving the peak charging load, under unknown future information about EVs, such as arrival time, departure time… 
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