Topic: Smart Charging for Electric Vehicle (EV) Fleet Operators (FOs) and ICT Implementation using IEC 61850
1 Smart Charging for EV FOs
• EV charging management options
• Optimal EV charging management with minimum charging cost for EV FOs
2 Smart Charging with Day-Ahead Tariffs
• Congestion management techniques
• Day-Ahead Tariffs based on Locational Marginal Prices (LMPs)
• Optimal charging management for FOs with day-ahead tariffs
3 ICT Implementation for EV Smart Charging using IEC 61850
• Charging station and EV modeling
• Additions to IEC61850-7-420 for EV modeling
• Communicating the IEC61850 models
I. Brief overview of existing communication standards (MMS, GOOSE, GSSE etc.)
II. Introduction to the REST implementation used in EDISON
• Example/walkthrough of charging process (interactive demo)
Biography: Qiuwei Wu obtained the B. Eng. and M. Eng. from Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, P. R. China, in 2000 and 2003, respectively, both in Power System and Automation. He obtained the PhD degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2009 in Power System Engineering.
He worked as a senior R&D engineer in VESTAS Technology R&D Singapore Pte. Ltd. from Mar. 2008 to Oct. 2009. He joined Centre for Electric Technology (CET), Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) as a PostDoc in Nov. 2009 and has been an assistant professor with CET since Nov. 2010.
His research interests are integration of electrical vehicles (EVs) to power systems for high penetration of renewable energy sources (RES), integration studies for wind power plants, dynamic performance of power systems with high penetration of RES, real time simulation of power systems with RTDS and reliability analysis and improvement of restructured power systems using demand response programs.
Anders Bro Pedersen
Biography: Anders graduated from the Technical University of Denmark in 2010, with a degree in computer science. His master’s thesis entitled “Facilitating Distributed Energy Resources in a Virtual Power Plant using IEC 61850” was carried out in collaboration with partners in the Danish TSO funded EDISON project (www.edison-net.dk). Following the completion of his thesis, he was employed by CET to carry on his work in EDISON’s Work Package 3 – Distributed integration technology development, before pursuing his PhD within the fields of EV integration and real-time markets; still with strong ties to the EDISON project.