Electric Vehicle Integration in a Smart Microgrid Environment
The growing demand for energy in today’s world, especially in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, has been met with massive exploitation of fossil fuels, resulting in an increase in environmental pollutants. In order to mitigate the issues arising from conventional internal combustion engine-powered vehicles, there has been a considerable acceleration in the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). Research has shown that the impact of fossil fuel use in transportation and surging demand in power owing to the growing EV charging infrastructure can potentially be minimalized by smart microgrids.
As EVs find wider acceptance with major advancements in high efficiency drivetrain and vehicle design, it has become clear that there is a need for a system-level understanding of energy storage and management in a microgrid environment. Practical issues, such as fleet management, coordinated operation, repurposing of batteries, and environmental impact of recycling and disposal, need to be carefully studied in the context of an ageing grid infrastructure. This book explores such a perspective with contributions from leading experts on planning, analysis, optimization, and management of electrified transportation and the transportation infrastructure.
The primary purpose of this book is to capture state-of-the-art development in smart microgrid management with EV integration and their applications. It also aims to identify potential research directions and technologies that will facilitate insight generation in various domains, from smart homes to smart cities, and within industry, business, and consumer applications. We expect the book to serve as a reference for a larger audience, including power system architects, practitioners, developers, new researchers, and graduate-level students, especially for emerging clean energy and transportation electrification sectors in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Trends in Electric Vehicles, Distribution Systems, EV Charging Infrastructure, and Microgrids.
April Bolduc, S Curve Strategies, USA
Chapter 2. Fog Computing for Smart Grids: Challenges and Solutions
1,2Linna Ruan , 2Shaoyong Guo , 2Xuesong Qiu, 1Rajkumar Buyya
1Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems Laboratory, School of Computing and Information Systems, the University of Melbourne, Australia
2Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, State Key Laboratory of Networking & Switching Technology, China
4Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
Chapter 3. Opportunities and Challenges in Electric Vehicle Fleet Charging Management
1Chu Sun, 2Syed Qaseem Ali, 1Geza Joos
1McGill University, Canada, 2Opal-RT Technologies, Canada
Chapter 4. Challenges to build a friendly EV ecosystem: Brazilian benchmark
Ana Carolina Rodrigues Teixeira,
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Chapter 5. Coordinated Operation of Electric Vehicle Charging and Renewable Power Generation Integrated in a Microgrid
Alberto Borghetti, Fabio Napolitano, Camilo Orozco, Fabio Tossani,
University of Bologna, Italy
Chapter 6. Energy Storage Sizing for Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
I Safak Bayram*, Ryan Sims**, Edward Corr**, Stuart Galloway*, and Graeme Burt*
*Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom,**Power Networks Demonstration Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Chapter 7. Innovative Methods for State of the Charge Estimation for EV Battery Management Systems
1Zeeshan Ahmad Khan, 2Franz Kreupl
1Development Engineer, TKI Automotive GmbH, Germany,
2Professor and Chair of Hybrid Electronic Systems, Technical University Munich, Germany
Chapter 8. High Voltage Battery lifecycle analysis with re-purposing in Energy storage systems (ESS) for Electric Vehicles
Mamdouh Ahmed Ezzeldin1,2, Ahmed Alaa-eldin Hafez1, Mohamed Adel Kohif 1, Marim Salah Faroun 1, and Hossam Hassan Ammar 1,2
1School of Engineering and Applied Science, Nile University, 12588, Shaikh Zayed City, Giza, Egypt
2Smart Engineering Systems Research Center (SESC), Nile University, 12588, Shaikh Zayed City, Giza, Egypt
Chapter 9. Charging Infrastructure for Electric Taxi Fleets
Chandana Sasidharan1, Anirudh Ray2, Shyamasis Das1,
1Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE), INDIA,
2School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), INDIA
Chapter 10. Machine Learning-based Day Ahead Market Energy usage bidding for Smart Microgrids
Mohd Saqib1, Mohd Sakib2, Sanjeev Anand Sahu1, Salman Hameed2
1Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India.
2Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India
Chapter 11. Smart Microgrid Integrated EV Wireless Charging Station
Aqueel Ahmad1, Yasser Rafat 1, Samir Shariff 2, Rakan Chabaan3
1Center of Advanced Research in Electrified Transportation, Aligarh Muslim University, India.
2Department of Electrical Engineering, Taibah University, Al-Medinah Al - Munawwarah, KSA
3Hyundai Kia America Technical Center Inc, Michigan, USA.
Chapter 12. Shielding Techniques of IPT System for Electric Vehicles Stationary Charging
Ahmed A. S. Mohamed 1*, Senior Member, IEEE, and Ahmed A. Shaier 2
1 National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, CO, USA,
2Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt.
Chapter 13. Economic Placement of EV Charging Stations within Urban Areas
Ahmed Ibrahim AbdelAzim
Ethos Esco Consultancy, Cairo, Egypt
Chapter 14. Environmental Impacts of the EV Batteries Recycling and Disposal
Zeeshan Ahmad Arfeen1,2, Rabia Hassan3, Mehreen Kausar Azam*3,4, Md Pauzi Abdullah1
1School of Electrical Engineering, University Technology Malaysia,
2Electrical Engineering Department, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB), Pakistan,
3College of Engineering and Sciences, Institute of Business Management Sindh, Karachi, Pakistan, 4N.E.D University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan
Chapter 15. Design and Operation of a low-cost EV Integrated Microgrid for Developing Countries: A case study
Syed Muhammad Amrr1, Mahdi Shafaati Shemami2, Hanan K. M. Irfan3, M. S. Jamil Asghar2
1 Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India;
2Center of Advanced Research in Electrified Transporation, Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh, India
3Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, Kolkata, India
Mohammad Saad Alam is currently working as an associate professor, department of electrical engineering, Aligarh Muslim University. He is also leading the industrial collaborative inter-disciplinary research in electric mobility and the Coordinator of the Centre of Advanced Research in Electrified Transportation.
Mahesh Krishnamurthy is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and the director of the Electric Drives and Energy Conversion Lab and Grainger Power Electronics and Motor Drives Laboratory at the Illinois Institute of Technology.