Micro Grid Based On PV and Multiple Electric Vehicles
In this present day, use of renewable energy resources is very much increasing and in this one of energy source is solar energy. In this paper the integration of pv and multiple electric vehicle to micro grid is discussed. Applications of electric vehicles need to build a large number of charging stations. In order to reduce the grid load, it is necessary to develop smart electric vehicle charging stations. The Electric vehicle charging stations communicate with the gird. When grid load increase, electric vehicles battery discharge to the grid to improve grid stability. As distributed storage units, electric vehicles are important components of smart grid. The central component of electric vehicle is battery and the charge and discharge dynamics of battery model are dynamically validated experimentally with four batteries types. An interesting feature of this model is simplicity to extract the dynamic model parameters from batteries.
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