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Flexibility of EV charging : Use-Cases, actors and technologies

Abstract : The studies carried out and published by the French Transmission and Distribution System Operators (resp. Enedis and RTE) in 2019 show that the integration of 15 millions of electric vehicles in 2035 should not present any particular difficulties for the network, nor at the local level, nor at the national level. However, these studies show that controlling the charge of EVs should make it possible to reduce the impact of the charge on the electrical system, and to reduce the cost of upgrading electrical networks. The end users should also save money by controlling the charge of their vehicles. In the training session, we will describe which flexibility levers can be activated thanks to electric vehicles, for different contexts of use of these vehicles: fleet of utility vehicles, private vehicles charging at home, in business or on public charging stations. In a second step, we will describe which actors intervene in the management of these flexibilities and, for certain cases, we will analyse the value created by these flexibilities. For some cases also, we will describe which technologies are or must be implemented.
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Bruno Robisson. Flexibility of EV charging : Use-Cases, actors and technologies. Neemo Training Session, MCAST, Feb 2021, Saint-Paul Lez Durance, France. ⟨cea-03210993⟩

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