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Title:Optimizing plug-in electric vehicle charging in interaction with a small office building PDF Logo
Authors:Momber, Ilan
Dallinger, David
Beer, Sebastian
Gomez, Tomás
Wietschel, Martin
Issue Date:2011
Series/Report no.:Working paper sustainability and innovation S9/2011
Abstract:This paper considers the integration of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in micro-grids. Extending a theoretical framework for mobile storage connection, the economic analysis here turns to the interactions of commuters and their driving behavior with office buildings. An illustrative example for a real office building is reported. The chosen system includes solar thermal, photovoltaic, combined heat and power generation as well as an array of plug-in electric vehicles with a combined aggregated capaci-ty of 864 kWh. With the benefit-sharing mechanism proposed here and idea-lized circumstances, estimated cost savings of 5% are possible. Different pricing schemes were applied which include flat rates, demand charges, as well as hourly variable final customer tariffs and their effects on the operation of intermittent storage were revealed and examined in detail. Because the plug-in electric vehicle connection coincides with peak heat and electricity loads as well as solar radiation, it is possible to shift energy demand as desired in order to realize cost savings.
Subjects:Battery storage
building management systems
dispersed storage and generation
electric vehicles
load management
optimization methods
power system economics
road vehicle electric propulsion
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Working Papers "Sustainability and Innovation", Fraunhofer ISI

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