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A Modular Framework for Optimizing Grid Integration of Mobile and Stationary Energy Storage in Smart Grids

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Dominik Pelzer
    Pages 1-12
  3. Dominik Pelzer
    Pages 45-72
  4. Dominik Pelzer
    Pages 73-108
  5. Dominik Pelzer
    Pages 109-160
  6. Dominik Pelzer
    Pages 161-175
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 177-206

About this book

Introduction

Dominik Pelzer presents a framework for investigating and optimizing the profitability of energy storage systems. The author deploys the methodology to assess the benefits of electric vehicle smart charging and to investigate the financial viability of arbitrage using battery energy storage systems. He evaluates the factors influencing profitability and identifies conditions for profitable operation. Due to the framework's modular design, these considerations can be extended to a large variety of storage technologies and scenarios to identify optimal operating parameters.

Contents

  • Smart Grids, Electricity Markets, Energy Storage and Electric Vehicles
  • Scheduling and Simulation Framework
  • Approach for Scheduling of Energy Storage Systems
  • Assessment of the Economic Viability of Battery Energy Storage Systems

Target Groups

  • Researchers and students in the fields of energy engineering, electrical engineering and computer science
  • Practitioners in the fields of energy storage systems, energy engineering and electric vehicles

The Author
Dominik Pelzer obtained his doctoral degree from Technical University of Munich (TUM)/Germany through research conducted at the Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE) in Singapore. His research areas include modeling of complex systems with a focus on energy systems, energy storage and urban transportation infrastructures.

Keywords

Grid Integration Electric Vehicles Mobile Energy Storage Stationary Energy Storage Smart Grids Distributed Battery Storage Vehicle-to-Grid Battery-to-Grid Smart Charging Dynamic Programming

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.HamburgGermany

About the authors

Dominik Pelzer obtained his doctoral degree from Technical University of Munich (TUM)/Germany through research conducted at the Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE) in Singapore. His research areas include modeling of complex systems with a focus on energy systems, energy storage and urban transportation infrastructures.

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