The adoption of the smart and sustainable charging infrastructures for electric vehicles (EVs) represents a key-point to accelerate the electro-mobility uptake. This paper presents an optimal power flow management for a smart charging micro-grid that minimizes the cost and reduces the impact on the grid of EVs requests. This goal is achieved by means of an optimal integration and control of renewable energy, stationary energy storage system, and V2G into the charging infrastructure. In particular, the optimal power flow management solves a stochastic multilayer optimization problem based on the definition of different priority levels representing the coordination of the ESS with the other sources. The output of the algorithm is the day-ahead prediction of the energy generation and, thus, the optimization of energy flow during the entire day. Possible variation of energy sources during the operation are also taken into account by means of a real time control adaptation. © 2016 IEEE.

Optimal energy control for smart charging infrastructures with ESS and REG

Genovese, A.
2016

Abstract

The adoption of the smart and sustainable charging infrastructures for electric vehicles (EVs) represents a key-point to accelerate the electro-mobility uptake. This paper presents an optimal power flow management for a smart charging micro-grid that minimizes the cost and reduces the impact on the grid of EVs requests. This goal is achieved by means of an optimal integration and control of renewable energy, stationary energy storage system, and V2G into the charging infrastructure. In particular, the optimal power flow management solves a stochastic multilayer optimization problem based on the definition of different priority levels representing the coordination of the ESS with the other sources. The output of the algorithm is the day-ahead prediction of the energy generation and, thus, the optimization of energy flow during the entire day. Possible variation of energy sources during the operation are also taken into account by means of a real time control adaptation. © 2016 IEEE.
9781509008148
ESS;multi-source converter;EV charging infrastructure
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