Smart charging strategies and optimal PV-EV sizing to increase the combined PV-EV hosting capacity in the distribution grid swegrids-logo

SweGRIDS research area Flexible Power Systems
SweGRIDS project code FPS26
Project type PhD
Status running
Researcher Reza Fachrizal   (webpage)
University UU
Project period 2021-07-01 to 2021-12-31   
Project supervisor Joakim Munkhammar   (webpage)
Industrial sponsors Vattenfall


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Project abstract

The project will be a continuation of one of the existing PhD project in the Built Environment Energy Systems Group (BEESG), in which EV smart charging models for a single residential building and a community has been produced, and its impact on the residential LV distribution grid performance and hosting capacity has been assessed. As a continuation, the project will also be extended for workplace charging stations in cities and its impact in the city grid will also be evaluated. The project also aims to collect actual EV charging data from existing EV charging stations (EVCS) operators to validate the commonly used EV charging models.


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Project reference-group

Joakim Widén,  UU
Mahmoud Shepero,  UU
Magnus Åberg,  UU
Nicholas Etherden,  Vattenfall
Johanna Barr,  Power Circle


Publications by this researcher

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Combined PV-EV hosting capacity assessment for a residential LV distribution grid with smart EV charging and PV curtailment
Reza Fachrizal,   Umar Hanif Ramadhani,   Joakim Munkhammar,   Joakim Widén.
2021,   Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks, vol. 26

Optimal PV-EV sizing at solar powered workplace charging stations with smart charging schemes considering self-consumption and self-sufficiency balance
Reza Fachrizal,   Mahmoud Shepero,   Magnus Åberg,   Joakim Munkhammar.
2021,   Applied Energy

Probabilistic load flow analysis of electric vehicle smart charging in unbalanced LV distribution systems with residential photovoltaic generation
Umar Hanif Ramadhani,   Reza Fachrizal,   Joakim Munkhammar,   Joakim Widén.
2021,   Sustainable cities and society, vol. 72

Improved Photovoltaic Self-Consumption in Residential Buildings with Distributed and Centralized Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles
Reza Fachrizal,   Joakim Munkhammar.
2020,   Energies, vol. 13(5)

Synergy between Residential Electric Vehicle Charging and Photovoltaic Power Generation through Smart Charging Schemes : Models for Self-Consumption and Hosting Capacity Assessments
Reza Fachrizal.
2020,   Thesis (Licentiate), Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering,

Smart charging of electric vehicles considering photovoltaic power production and electricity consumption: a review
Reza Fachrizal,   Mahmoud Shepero,   Dennis van der Meer,   Joakim Munkhammar,   Joakim Widén.
2020,   eTransportation, vol. 4

Potential of battery storage systems to increase the self-consumption of photovoltaics in charging of electric vehicles in residential buildings
Mahmoud Shepero,   Reza Fachrizal,   Joakim Munkhammar,   Joakim Widén.
2019,   3rd E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium, Dublin, October 14, 2019

Increasing the photovoltaic self-consumption and reducing peak loads in residential buildings with electric vehicle smart charging
Reza Fachrizal,   Joakim Munkhammar.
2019,   3rd E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium, October 14, 2019, Dublin, Ireland

Optimal De-Centralized Smart Home-Charging: Potential Study
Mahmoud Shepero,   Reza Fachrizal,   Joakim Munkhammar.
2018,   2nd E-mobility integration workshop

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