Electric mobility is one of the main features concerning the development of a smart city. The huge quantity of electric vehicles that will be soon daily used by thousands of people will also represent a severe test for the actual low voltage urban distribution grids, that will have to face and manage new technical challenges. EV’s charging operations have to be controlled with high precision and efficiency, in order to avoid grid congestion, bad power quality and many other problems. In this paper, a methodology aimed at optimizing EVs charge, taking into account technical constraints of power networks, congestions or other security constrained issues at LV level is presented.

Design of a 22kW Charging Station for LV distribution Grid control

De Santis, Dario;Abbatantuono, Gaetano;Bruno, Sergio;La Scala, Massimo
2014-01-01

Abstract

Electric mobility is one of the main features concerning the development of a smart city. The huge quantity of electric vehicles that will be soon daily used by thousands of people will also represent a severe test for the actual low voltage urban distribution grids, that will have to face and manage new technical challenges. EV’s charging operations have to be controlled with high precision and efficiency, in order to avoid grid congestion, bad power quality and many other problems. In this paper, a methodology aimed at optimizing EVs charge, taking into account technical constraints of power networks, congestions or other security constrained issues at LV level is presented.
2014
978-1-61804-241-5
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