User Satisfaction and Grid Reliability through a Charge Management Mechanism for Multi-Type Electric Vehicles Considering Interaction of Hydrogen-Electric Grid Operators
The proposed research put forwards a multi-charge stations (MCS) management for Multi types of Electric vehicles (MEV) considering consumer behavior and grid reliability, which are crucial for the green transformation of the upcoming mobility ecosystem. Unlike previous studies that focused solely on energy conversion for MCS coordination or separate MEVs charge management, this research will investigate the optimal charge management for MEV, taking into account the interaction between Hydrogen-Electric Grid Operators (HEGO) and MEV service operators by utilizing real-world data. The goal is to optimize vehicle usage, ensure reliability, promote sustainability, and consider the profit objectives of both the user and the system operator. Furthermore, the study aims to optimize the sizing and siting of MCS through spatial-temporal prediction of MEV and hydrogen/electricity network intersection data. The proposed model has the potential to facilitate the development of a sustainable energy system in line with the goals of the European project.
Sustainable Development Goals:
7. Affordable and Clean Energy
9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
12. Responsible Production and Consumption
13. Climate Action