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André Ulrich, Sergej Baum, Ingo Stadler, Christian Hotz and Eberhard Waffenschmidt,
The transition towards climate neutrality will result
in an increase in electrical vehicles, as well as other electric loads,
leading to higher loads on electrical distribution grids. This paper
presents an optimisation algorithm that enables the integration of more
loads into distribution grid infrastructure using information from
smart meters and/or smart meter gateways. To achieve this, a
mathematical programming formulation was developed and implemented. The
algorithm determines the optimal charging schedule for all electric
vehicles connected to the distribution grid, taking into account
various criteria to avoid violating physical grid limitations and
ensuring non-discriminatory charging of all electric vehicles on the
grid while also optimising grid operation.
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System structure (SMG: smart meter gateway; GTE: grid topology estimation; GSE: grid state estimation; GLO: grid line optimiser; EMO: simulation environment).