Estimation of the Potential Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Distribution Network’s Operation Modes

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Ivan Lutsenko, Serhii Fedoriachenko, Oleksandr O. Beshta, Mariia Vesela, Ievgenii Koshelenko (2017). Estimation of the Potential Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Distribution Network’s Operation Modes. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 8. doi:10.2412/mmse.40.52.3056

Authors: Ivan Lutsenko, Serhii Fedoriachenko, Oleksandr O. Beshta, Mariia Vesela, Ievgenii Koshelenko

ABSTRACT. The potential of electric vehicles as load-regulators on the base of analysis of typical consumers  power diagrams in distributed networks is estimated by the development optimal patterns of operation modes in case of rational implementation of V2G/G2V technology. It is justified the prospects of the use of electric cars as consumer-regulators in distributed power grid 0,4-10 kV of urban and rural areas in Ukraine. It is proposed the step-by-step algorithm of estimation the potential impact of bidirectional use of EVs batteries for typical power consumers of transformer substations 10/0,4 kV with similar daily load curves. It is shown that rational integration of EVs in power grids allows even to decrease existing level of active load that affords the increase of efficiency of power equipment use as well as enhancing of ecological state in the country.

Keywords: electric vehicle (EV), vehicle-to-grid (V2G), grid-to-vehicle (G2V), consumer-regulator, distribution network.

DOI 10.2412/mmse.40.52.3056

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