Aggregator-Based Interactive Charging Management System for Electric Vehicle Charging
AbstractWith the ongoing large-scale implementation of electric vehicles (EVs), the exploration of a more flexible approach to maintain fair interaction between EVs and the power grid is urgently required. This paper presents an aggregator-based interactive charging management scheme adopting interruptible load (IL) pricing, in which the EV aggregator will respond to the load control command of the grid in an EV interactive mode. Charging managements are carried out according to battery state-of-charge and the EV departure time in EV charging stations. A power-altering charging (PAC) control method is proposed to dispatch the EVs charging fairly in a station and guarantee EV owners’ preferences. The method does not require classical iterative procedures or heavy computations; furthermore, it is beneficial for EVs to depart earlier than expected for reasons beyond keeping homeostatic charging. The proposed scheme, which is tested to charge individual EVs well according to its preference, was implemented as part of an “EV Beijing” project. The proposed management scheme provides new insight into EV charging strategy and provides another choice to EV users. View Full-Text
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Xia, M.; Lai, Q.; Zhong, Y.; Li, C.; Chiang, H.-D. Aggregator-Based Interactive Charging Management System for Electric Vehicle Charging. Energies 2016, 9, 159.
Xia M, Lai Q, Zhong Y, Li C, Chiang H-D. Aggregator-Based Interactive Charging Management System for Electric Vehicle Charging. Energies. 2016; 9(3):159.Chicago/Turabian Style
Xia, Mingchao; Lai, Qingying; Zhong, Yajiao; Li, Canbing; Chiang, Hsiao-Dong. 2016. "Aggregator-Based Interactive Charging Management System for Electric Vehicle Charging." Energies 9, no. 3: 159.
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