Grid-Transportation Integrated Energy Systems
As electric vehicle (EV) adoption rapidly increases, our power systems must evolve to incorporate vehicle charging and leverage these assets for improved grid and transportation performance.
NREL takes a wholistic approach to grid-transportation integrated energy systems to evaluate the impacts and opportunities of each type of charging, distributed energy resource, and grid asset. Our projects examine the effects of EV charging loads on the grid and explore how we can minimize the costs of grid integration and leverage EV charging to improve grid resilience and reliability.
- EV charging evaluation platform with power system interface and high-voltage capabilities
- Charging load estimation
- High-fidelity power distribution system and transmission system modeling
- High-fidelity transportation system modeling for charging systems ranging from Level 1 to DC fast charging and charging stations greater than 1 MW load
- Cosimulation of grid and transportation systems to evaluate system interdependence
- Charging control and management development, testing, and analysis
- Integration strategy development supported by a suite of EV-grid integration tools
Grid Voltage Control Analysis for Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, IEEE Power and Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (2021)
Location Selection of Fast Charging Station for Heavy-Duty EVs Using GIS and Grid Analysis, IEEE Power and Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (2021)
Grid Impact Analysis of Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, IEEE Power and Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (2020)
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