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Demand Management of Grid Connected Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV)

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2 Author(s)
Galus, Matthias D. ; Power Syst. Lab., Swiss Fed. Inst. of Technol., Zurich ; Andersson, G.

Deployment of PHEV will initiate an integration of transportation and power systems. Intuitively, the PHEVs will constitute an additional demand to the electricity grid, potentially violating converter or line capacities when recharging. Smart management schemes can alleviate possible congestions in power systems, intelligently distributing available energy. As PHEV are inherently independent entities, an agent based approach is expedient. Nonlinear pricing will be adapted to model and manage recharging behavior of large numbers of autonomous PHEV agents connecting in one urban area modelled as an energy hub. The scheme will incorporate price dependability. An aggregation entity, with no private information about its customers, will manage the PHEV agents whose individual parameters will be based on technical constraints and individual objectives. Analysis of the management scheme will give implications for PHEV modelling and integration schemes as well as tentative ideas of possible repercussions on power systems.

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Energy 2030 Conference, 2008. ENERGY 2008. IEEE

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17-18 Nov. 2008