Smart Coordination Approach for Power Management with Modern PEV Technology
This paper presents a smart method for charging an electrical vehicle to meet up the energy crisis as a cost-effective solution of the energy market and commercial success. Electric vehicles are meant to charge during off-peak hours of the day to overcome the abnormal voltage variation of the distribution network, power loss, and bad power quality. This method effectively decreases the peak demand of the system and improves power quality of the electricity to fulfill the demand shortage. The generation unit runs with full capacity to meet up the demand to accomplish the maximum efficiency and robust reliability. The backup storage system of the electric vehicles improves the demand response curves with a quickest smart charging station during the off-peak hour load of the power system by virtue of which battery storage system hurls to manage power demand during the peak hour load of the power grid. The consumers exchange their demand by charging and discharging their storage systems to sell excess electricity and buy power as per the requirements of the open market policy of the electricity.
KeywordsPlugged in electric vehicle (PEV) Smart grid technology, demand response Peak demand management Simulation and result
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