The proposed research work focuses on the mathematical formulation of profit based unit commitment problem of realistic power system considering the impact of battery electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles and plug in electric vehicles and its solution using Intensify Harris Hawks Optimizer.
Author(s): Ensslen A, Gnann T, Jochem P, Plötz P, Dütschkee E, Fichtner W
This research focuses on the question whether e-mobility product service systems (i.e. plug-in electric vehicles, interconnected charging infrastructure as well as charging platform and additional services) are supportive to plug-in electric vehicle adoption in professional environments.
Development of electromobility depends on several factors. Framework conditions are usually defined at the national level, typically by government, but sometimes the national conditions are also affected by the European framework.
Due to the rapid growth of e-mobility, increasing amounts of lithium-ion batteries are produced and returned after their lifetime. However, these returns will lead to new challenges for manufacturers and recyclers, considering the end-of-life.
This study proposes, and thermodynamically assesses, a grid-independent and renewable energy-based, stand-alone electrical vehicle charging station consisting of CPV/T, wind turbine and biomass combustion-based steam Rankine cycle plant.
The ultimate goal of this paper is to provide a thorough vision towards leveraging the interdependence of power and transportation networks while taking advantage of Plug-in Electric Vehicles as coupling agents.