Statistical characterization of electric vehicle charging in different locations of the grid

  title={Statistical characterization of electric vehicle charging in different locations of the grid},
  author={Kaiwen Sun and Mushfiqur R. Sarker and Miguel A. Ortega-Vazquez},
  journal={2015 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting},
The advent of electric vehicles (EVs) will bring forth large increases to the pre-existing demand in the power grid. Adverse impacts to the system will arise if the charging of these EVs is uncontrolled. In order to mitigate this challenge, as a first step the estimation of the additional power due to EV charging is crucial. The estimation is dependent upon the temporal (i.e. time) and spatial (i.e. location) characteristics of the EV charging process. A tool is developed in this work, which… CONTINUE READING

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