2019
DOI: 10.3390/en12163056
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Evaluation of Accommodation Capability for Electric Vehicles of a Distribution System Considering Coordinated Charging Strategies

Abstract: In recent years, the ever-increasing charging demand of electric vehicles (EVs) imposes challenges on both power supply security and reliability in the distribution system. In this paper, an EV accommodation capability evaluation model of a distribution system, with high penetrations of flexible resources, is established. Firstly, according to the actual classifications of EVs and transportation rules, a Monte Carlo simulation is used to simulate the charging behaviors of EVs so as to obtain the relevant param… Show more

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“…Price -insensitive users (26) where N avail is the total number of price-sensitive users that can be rescheduled; ε jt is the user preference of price-sensitive user j at time t; D avail jt is the data service demand of price-sensitive user j at time t; ε max is the maximum preference of the user; D loss j is the data service demand of user j that is lost by the DC; and D base t is the total demand of priceinsensitive users at time t, which is the basic workload.…”
Section: ) Transformation Of Problemmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Price -insensitive users (26) where N avail is the total number of price-sensitive users that can be rescheduled; ε jt is the user preference of price-sensitive user j at time t; D avail jt is the data service demand of price-sensitive user j at time t; ε max is the maximum preference of the user; D loss j is the data service demand of user j that is lost by the DC; and D base t is the total demand of priceinsensitive users at time t, which is the basic workload.…”
Section: ) Transformation Of Problemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The GUROBI solver in MATLAB is employed to solve the MILP problem, similar to the method employed in [26].…”
Section: Solution Procedures Of Bi-level Problemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, the uncoordinated deployment of EV charging stations and the boost in charging power demand could impact the reliability of power grids. Many researchers have regarded the EV charging power demand as an additional burden on power grids [5][6][7][8][9][10]. They have focused on the adverse effect of EV charging power demand in the grids.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%