Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to absorb local wind generation in power distribution network

Sikai Huang, David Infield, Andrew Cruden, Damien Fleming Frame, David Densley

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Abstract

It has been forecast that by 2020, the penetration of renewable generation in the UK energy mix will reach approximately 15%, predominantly from wind generation, and that the number of electric vehicles (EVs) deployed is also expected to exceed 1 million. Over the same period it is also forecast that the security of supply of the UK power system will be affected due to the increasing imbalance due to increased demand (from EVs) and uncontrolled supply (i.e. from wind). This paper studies the use of applying smart EV charging strategies to help the power system cope with high penetrations of local renewable generation. Key to this work is the recognition that domestic vehicles are parked for typically 95% of the time, hence these EVs can be utilised as a ready form of responsive demand.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages5
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 17 Nov 2013
EventThe 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27) - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 17 Nov 201320 Nov 2013

Conference

ConferenceThe 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27)
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period17/11/1320/11/13

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Electric vehicles
Electric power distribution
Plug-in electric vehicles

Keywords

  • load management
  • smart grid
  • state of charge
  • plub-in
  • electric vehicles
  • local wind generation
  • power distribution network

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Huang, S., Infield, D., Cruden, A., Frame, D. F., & Densley, D. (Accepted/In press). Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to absorb local wind generation in power distribution network. Paper presented at The 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27) , Barcelona, Spain.
Huang, Sikai ; Infield, David ; Cruden, Andrew ; Frame, Damien Fleming ; Densley, David. / Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to absorb local wind generation in power distribution network. Paper presented at The 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27) , Barcelona, Spain.5 p.
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Huang, S, Infield, D, Cruden, A, Frame, DF & Densley, D 2013, 'Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to absorb local wind generation in power distribution network' Paper presented at The 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27) , Barcelona, Spain, 17/11/13 - 20/11/13, .

Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to absorb local wind generation in power distribution network. / Huang, Sikai; Infield, David; Cruden, Andrew; Frame, Damien Fleming; Densley, David.

2013. Paper presented at The 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27) , Barcelona, Spain.

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Huang S, Infield D, Cruden A, Frame DF, Densley D. Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to absorb local wind generation in power distribution network. 2013. Paper presented at The 27th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS 27) , Barcelona, Spain.