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Session D8: Smart grid and smart home: how can EV contribute?

How to manage the impending charging infrastructure revolution: from cutting-edge technology, regulation, and smart charging.

2019-05-22, 11:00-12:30
Venue: Mezzanine 2+3

Chairperson: Jayson DONG, AVERE, BE

  • THE ROAD TOWARD ELECTRIC VEHICLES AS FLEXIBILITY PROVIDERS FOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS. A TECHNO-ECONOMIC REVIEW.
    Felipe GONZALEZ VENEGAS , PSA Groupe - CentraleSupélec-GeePs , FR

     

  • INNOVATION NEEDS FOR THE INTEGRATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES INTO THE ENERGY SYSTEM
    Stefan WOLF , Institute for innovation and technology (iit) , DE

     

  • THE VALUE OF EV FORECASTS FOR MICROGRID ENERGY MANAGEMENT ? A CASE STUDY
    Peter PFLAUM , Schneider Electric , FR

     

  • EFFECTS ON THE SELF-CONSUMPTION AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY FOR HOUSEHOLD SOLAR PRODUCERS WHEN INTRODUCING AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE
    Emil NYHOLM , Chalmers University of Technology , SE

     

 

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