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6th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium (EMOB 2022)

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  • Location: Hybrid Conference, The Hague, Netherlands
  • Conference date: 10 October 2022
  • ISBN: 978-1-83953-832-2
  • Conference number: CP817
  • The E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium offers a prime opportunity to discuss the significant future impact of E-Mobility on power system design and operation. It aims at bringing together experts on electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, power system operators, and stakeholders of the renewable energy industry as well as power system regulators and universities. The purpose of the E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium is to discuss the challenges that arise with increased power demand due to electric vehicle charging, and how they can be met by coordinating with renewable power production in the electrical system. The 6th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium that took place in The Hague, The Netherlands & virtually on 10 October 2022 focused on the latest topics in integrating large scale electromobility into the power grid, smart charging, distribution grid issues and modelling aspects.

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  • A case study on energy management and charging monitoring of battery electric vehicles in parking garages
  • Combining energy storage with EV fleet charging
  • Planning charging hubs for battery electric vehicles and trucks on the German motorway network - a distribution system perspective
  • SMECON-Box – secure EV charging using the “FNN Steuerbox”
  • Analysis of the peak shaving potential of bidirectionally chargeable electric vehicles in a field trial
  • Co-simulation-based analysis of the grid capacity for electric vehicles in districts: the case of “Am Ölper Berge” in Lower Saxony
  • Analysis of the intraday use case in the field trial of the bidirectional charging management project
  • Methodology for the conceptual design of application-specific and requirement-oriented charging robots
  • Realise flexibility potential of EV fleets through grid-serving charging strategies
  • How to charge Easy Bikes in Bangladesh the smart way
  • Analysis of DC-coupled system efficiency losses and their financial effects for a PV-based EV charging station
  • Short-term prediction of electric vehicle charging station availability using cascaded machine learning models
  • Avoiding low-voltage grid overloads through curative grid operator intervention with focus on electric vehicles
  • Monitoring of low-voltage grids using artificial neural networks and its field test application based on the beeDIP-platform
  • Assessing the energy equity benefits of mobile energy storage solutions
  • Comparing different price models and their impact on the charging times of battery electric vehicles
  • Electric vehicle charging journey architecture model to obtain a method for analyzing charging scenarios within multiple stakeholders and use cases
  • Fuel cell electrical vehicles as mobile coupled heat and power backup-plant in neighbourhoods with low-energy standards buildings
  • Blockchain-based logging of bidirectional EV charging data
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