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Putrus, Ghanim; Suwanapingkarl, Pasist; Johnston, David; Bentley, Edward; Narayana, Mahinsasa (2009)
Publisher: IEEE
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: H600
The market for battery powered and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles is currently limited, but this is expected to grow rapidly with the increased concern about the environment and advances in technology. Due to their high energy capacity, mass deployment of electrical vehicles will have significant impact on power networks. This impact will dictate the design of the electric vehicle interface devices and the way future power networks will be designed and controlled. This paper presents the results of an analysis of the impact of electric vehicles on existing power distribution networks. Evaluation of supply/demand matching and potential violations of statutory voltage limits, power quality and imbalance are presented
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