Abstract:Plug-in electrical vehicles (PEVs) can participate in frequency regulation (FR) in electric power systems under the framework of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. With a growing number of electrical vehicles (EVs), a greater number of distributed electrical vehicle (EV) chargers may change charge or discharge power simultaneously to participate in FR, resulting in over response. In this paper, considering the over-response and equality issues, an asynchronous method for dispersed PEVs participation in FR is proposed. PEVs participate in FR with the same set of parameters. Over-response can be avoided during the process of FR. Equality enables the dispersed PEVs to participate in FR with the same probability. The presented method empowers PEVs to actively participate in FR without a control centre or a communication network. Simulation results demonstrate the validity of the presented method in different operational scenarios.
International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems – de Gruyter
Published: Apr 17, 2018
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