Recarga Inteligente de Veículos Elétricos Considerando Diferentes Modelos Tarifários Visando Benefícios para a Concessionária e Consumidores
Keywords: Electric vehicle, smart charging, linear programming, distribution system
AbstractThis paper proposes a smart charging method using linear programming to minimize the EVs charging costs and attend transformer capacity constraint, reducing the negative impacts of uncoordinated charging, bringing benefits for both utility and consumer. Simulations are conducted through OpenDSS software in a real distribution system in Brazil. Several penetration levels and different electricity tariffs are considered. The results show smart charging can efficiently reduce energy costs and mitigate some negative effects of uncoordinated charging, even for high penetration levels of electric vehicles.