The Parker Project: Cross-Brand Service Testing Using V2G

Peter Bach Andersen, Seyedmostafa Hashemi Toghroljerdi, Tiago Sousa, Thomas Meier Sørensen, Lance Noel, Bjørn Klint Christensen

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    Abstract

    The Parker project sought to experimentally validate that contemporary series-produced electric vehicles (EVs), capable of V2G, are ready to participate in a number of advanced grid services. In such services, the timing, size and direction of power and energy exchanged between the EV battery and grid is controlled as to support either a single building, the local neighborhood or the regional power system. Vehicles purposely designed for such services are referred to as grid integrated electric vehicles (GIVs). The field of research, describing how GIVs may be used to actively support the power system, is called Vehicle−Grid Integration (VGI). The purpose of this paper is to present how the Danish Parker project has systematically categorized a range of grid services, collected in a service catalog, and then illustrate state-of-the-art EVs ability to support such services through experimental validation. Results are presented for three different tests performed in Parker; marginal emission factor charging, frequency containment reserves and a performance test for controlling power setpoints. The ultimate aim of this paper, and the Parker project, is to promote the GIV concept so that it may inform the design and capabilities of present and future EVs, EV supply equipment (EVSE) and communication standards.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalWorld Electric Vehicle Journal
    Volume10
    Issue number4
    Number of pages14
    ISSN2032-6653
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2019

    Keywords

    • Grid Integrated Electric Vehicle
    • Vehicle-Grid Integration
    • Vehicle-To-Grid
    • V2G
    • Smart 16 Charging
    • Electric Vehicles

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