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Overview of wireless charging and vehicle-to-grid integration of electric vehicles using renewable energy for sustainable transportation

Overview of wireless charging and vehicle-to-grid integration of electric vehicles using renewable energy for sustainable transportation

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The quest for energy conservation is a thought-provoking conundrum to researchers. Time to time they contributed towards this pursuit. In the 19th century, it was a fascinating idea about electric vehicles (EVs). As most of the developing countries depend on conventional energy sources, integration of EVs with renewable energy sources justified the cause. The parking slots became transformed into unlimited sources of clean energy. For the comfort of charging and better energy management, wireless power transfer technology was introduced to the charging station. As a fulfilment of the technology, the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) integration was implemented. It helped the bi-directional power flow between the vehicle and the grid with renewable energy. This study presents an extensive review of the renewable energy powered wireless charging and V2G integration of EVs. Various topologies are discussed with mathematical explanations and block diagrams. Concepts are validated with PSIM simulations.

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