ICT for Electric Vehicle Integration with the Smart Grid

ICT for Electric Vehicle Integration with the Smart Grid

Book Description
Electric vehicles (EVs) offer a cleaner mode of personal transportation and a new way to store energy, but also present challenges to the grid due to additional distributed storage and load. With rising numbers of EVs on the streets, problems can include voltage limits violation or line congestion, mainly at the distribution level. All those operating devices in the grid, from network operators/managers to EVs owners, need fast communication with low latency, high security and reliability. The book addresses EVs as a driving source for realizing smart grid operation. It provides chapters from multidisciplinary academic and industry communities related to EVs charging schemes and technologies, and its associated communication, networking and information architectures.
This book for researchers and practitioners provides a basis for full integration of EVs into the grid through extensive use of ICT tools in: (i) transport as energy storage system (TES) modelling, simulation and optimisation processes; (ii) vehicle on-line optimal control, estimation and prediction; (iii) energy system strategic planning with renewables; and (iv) supporting services such as those related to smart grid via smart charging.


1. Advanced mobility communication
2. Grid integration and management of EVs through machine-to-machine communication
3. Electrical vehicles charging and discharging scheduling for the cloud-based energy management service
4. Multi-criteria optimization of electric vehicle fleet charging and discharging schedule for secondary frequency control
5. Power-demand management in a smart grid using electric vehicles
6. Energy management of a small-size electric energy system with electric vehicles, flexible demands, and renewable generating units
7. Peer-to-peer energy market between electric vehicles
8. Dispatch of vehicle-to-grid battery storage using an analytic hierarchy process
9. Electric vehicles as distributed energy storage for local energy management
10. Contribution of electric vehicles to power system ancillary services beyond distributed energy storage
11. Electric vehicles for renewable energy integration in isolated power systems
12. A solar- and wind-powered charging station for electric buses based on a backup batteries concept
13. Deploying stochastic coordination of electric vehicles for V2G services with wind
14. Optimal location and charging of electric vehicle with wind penetration
15. Optimal coordination of vehicle-to-grid batteries and renewable generators in a distribution system

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