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De Herdt, Lode (author)
The charging of a rapidly increasing number of EVs places significant strain on electrical distribution grids. Controlled (’smart’) charging of EVs offers a solution to this problem by shifting the charging of vehicles to the most optimal moments in time. Smart charging is not a completely new research topic; it has a high Technology Readiness...
master thesis 2020
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Wahid, Markos (author)
Renewable energy sources, e.g. solar energy and wind energy, have gained popularity as an alternative means of energy production as they do not reinforce global warming. In addition, more and more electrical appliances (e.g. electric vehicles, induction cookers, and heat pumps) are used as a substitute for appliances that need non-renewable...
master thesis 2019
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Elders, Bob (author)
Electric Vehicles (EVs) are considered a promising solution when it comes to reducing CO2 emissions in the transport sector. To accommodate for large numbers of EVs, a considerable amount of additional charging infrastructure must be installed. Simultaneous charging of large quantities of EVs leads to peak loads in the energy grid. One way to...
master thesis 2019
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Paanakker, Marnix (author)
The objective of this research is to understand what smart charging can bring business and society at large. In close collaboration with the largest fleet operator in the world and a commercial aggregator, the impact of smart charging on both cost reduction and carbon reduction was simulated for an electric vehicle (EV) fleet in 2018. The...
master thesis 2019
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Snow, Yitzi (author)
Smart charging offers the potential for electric vehicles to use renewable energy more efficiently, lowering costs and improving the stability of the electricity grid. Many computer models have been developed to simulate the behavior of smart charging. Yet these models often assume that future information is known perfectly, including when...
master thesis 2019
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Vollering, Frank (author)
As the share of solar and wind in the energy mix increases, the inherent intermittency of these energy sources pose a great challenge for the Dutch power grid. The occurrence of problems with congestion and balancing power supply and demand are becoming more common. Companies in the Netherlands show potential to implement means for smart use of...
master thesis 2019
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van der Veer, Koen (author)
Increased Feed-in of renewable energy sources and an increase of sales of electric vehicles (EVs) complicate balancing of demand and supply. EVs are considered core enablers for dealing with intermittency due to their storage potential. This does however require that these EVs are charged according to smart charging protocols, which is a vehicle...
master thesis 2018
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Muhammad Shiddiq Sumitro, Shiddiq (author)
An increase in carbon emission which mostly caused by the transportation sector and electric power generation has been a hot topic nowadays in most countries in the world. To tackle this problem, the share of renewable energy use has been increased by up to 14% in the Netherlands. Moreover, the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road also...
master thesis 2018
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Broere, Lennart (author)
Currently in the energy system of the Netherlands, lower level consumer demand flexibility is rather obsolete due to sufficient capacity limits of the distribution network and supply of capacity mechanisms by large industrial actors. However, in the upcoming 10- 20 years, the power system is in transition to become decentralised with a higher...
master thesis 2018
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Stegmann, Irma (author)
Increased use of the distribution grid due to the uptake of distributed energy resources and the expected penetrations of Electrical Vehicles (EVs) could lead to congestion problems in the distribution grid. Congestion refers to issues related to the overheating of components or voltage issues in the distribution network. Avoiding these issues...
master thesis 2017
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Sahu, Aarav (author)
Battery electric and fuel cell electric vehicles have the potential to cover the shortage in renewable power generation by engaging in vehicle-to-grid. However, the vehicle-to-grid service cannot completely make up for the intermittent nature of renewables. Deterministic models were used to compute the extent to which the vehicles can engage in...
master thesis 2017
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Novy Francis, Novy (author)
The development in technology and increased public interest has attributed to an unprecedented growth of E-mobility in recent years. Electric vehicles (EVs) even though viewed as emission free and environmental friendly can still contribute towards indirect emissions if charged by using traditional fossil fuels. The integration of renewable...
master thesis 2017
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Hijgenaar, S. (author)
The widespread introduction of (hybrid) electric vehicles has caused dynamic, local energy demand peaks. While, decentral energy generation, often using sustainable methods, creates local over-supply. Following the trends of the previous decade, the central balancing party (TenneT) will soon be no longer able to keep up. Blockchain offers an...
master thesis 2017
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Felser, J. (author)
This graduation project aims to make smart charging acceptable and valuable in the EV charging practice. The Dutch government estimates a strong increase in electric vehicles (EV’s) in the Netherlands in the coming decade. The current estimation is 200.000 EV's in 2020 towards 1 million EV's in 2025. This will have a big impact on the...
master thesis 2015
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Van Zoest, P.L.A. (author)
In this thesis a simulation study is executed that analyses how new developments of household electricity demand and decentralised electricity generation affect the low voltage distribution grid, and what the possibilities of distribution system operators are to deal with these changes. A simulation model is used to analyse how the electricity...
master thesis 2013
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