Special Issue "Grid Integrated Electric Vehicles"
A special issue of World Electric Vehicle Journal (ISSN 2032-6653).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2020) | Viewed by 9994
Interests: smart grid and electric vehicle charging technology (V2G/G2V) integration; renewable energy; power system protection; power systems and power quality
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Electric vehicles have become increasingly attractive due to their associated CO2 reduction and their environmental benefits. The transport sector is moving towards electric mobility and a green future, developing sustainable and efficient energy. Electric vehicle manufacturers have been continuously trying to introduce their latest electric vehicle generations to the smart grid. The large deployment of EVs and the integration of renewable energy resources into smart grids can lead to major issues for power system networks. This Special Issue explores the potential of electric vehicles to contribute to the transformation of transport; the required infrastructure for electric vehicle charging, addressing the major charging issues and providing future solutions and developments in the field of electric vehicle technology; economic concerns; energy efficiency; charging strategies; and public transportation. Prospective authors are invited to submit their articles with original contributions for review and possible publication in this Special Issue.
The topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Smart charging;
- Operation modes for the electric mobility (e.g., G2V, V2G, V2H, and V4G modes);
- Electric vehicles and the integration of renewable energy sources;
- Parking and space use (traffic and urban regulation);
- Billing and sale of energy (economic regulation);
- Power quality, reliability and security in smart grids;
- Demand response programs including electric mobility;
- Technologies for smart grids, smart homes, and smart cities as support of electric mobility;
- New topologies of power electronics converters for on-board and off-board chargers;
- Economic and environmental issues of electric mobility;
- Technologies of battery electric vehicles;
- Analysis of cost and emissions associated with electric mobility;
- New technologies of on-board energy storage systems for electric mobility;
- Options and issues for the electric mobility concerning end-of-life.
Dr. Sara Deilami
Manuscript Submission Information
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