Peak Shaving and Minimum Cost Operation of an Electric Vehicle Charging Station Based on Multi-Port Power Electronic Interface
In this paper, an energy management system for Multi-port Power Electronics Interface (MPEI) is developed to be used in public electric vehicle charging stations. The MPEI has power electronic converters to interface with the utility grid, photovoltaic panels, battery energy storage, and the loads. In order to achieve a minimum daily utility cost, the proposed energy management system provides an economic dispatch of the grid converter considering time-of-use price of electricity and peak shaving functions. Experimental results have been presented to demonstrate the technical capability of the MPEI system and its controllers to operate under various dispatching strategies. A numerical solution of the day-ahead economic dispatch optimization problem is also presented to demonstrate how the dispatching power commands can be calculated based on a suitable forecasting model of the load and photovoltaic generation.
M. Mahmoodi et al., "Peak Shaving and Minimum Cost Operation of an Electric Vehicle Charging Station Based on Multi-Port Power Electronic Interface," Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC) (2012, Dearborn, MI), pp. 1-5, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jun 2012.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/ITEC.2012.6243501
2012 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC) (2012: Jun. 18-20, Dearborn, MI)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Battery Energy Storage; Charging Station; Economic Dispatch; Energy Management System; Forecasting Models; Minimum Cost; Multi-Port; Numerical Solution; Optimization Problems; Peak Shaving; Photovoltaic Generation; Photovoltaic Panels; Power Electronic Converters; Power Electronic Interface; Power Electronics Interface; Public Electric Vehicle; Technical Capabilities; Utility Costs; Utility Grids; Electric Load Forecasting; Electric Utilities; Electric Vehicles; Energy Management; Exhibitions; Management; Photovoltaic Cells; Power Electronics; Scheduling; Costs
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01 Jun 2012