Value of V2G Frequency Regulation in Great Britain Considering Real Driving Data

Andreas Thingvad, Lisa Calearo, Peter Bach Andersen, Mattia Marinelli, Myriam Neaimeh, Kenta Suzuki, Kensuke Murai

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Abstract

Electric Vehicles (EVs) can, when they are not used for driving, create value for the EV owner, by delivering ancillary services to the transmission system operator. Calculating potential earnings from grid services and charging strategies highly depends on the driving time, driving distance, and time spent at different locations. While few datasets describing EV usage exist, this work is based on one of the most extensive datasets gathered from 7,163 Nissan LEAFs. Using the real driving and charging data it was possible to calculate the value of a specific charging strategy for the individual EV. The EV dataset was used in a simulation based on British electricity transmission network operating codes and frequency measurement data. The outcome is the profit from frequency regulation for each EV in the data-set, which is found to range between 50 and 350 £/year, because of the large difference in the EV usage.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe
Number of pages5
PublisherIEEE
Publication date2019
Article number8905679
ISBN (Print)9781538682180
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe - Universitatea Politehnica din București, Bucharest, Romania
Duration: 29 Sep 20192 Oct 2019
Conference number: 8
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Conference2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe
Number8
LocationUniversitatea Politehnica din București
CountryRomania
CityBucharest
Period29/09/201902/10/2019
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Keywords

  • Ancillary Services
  • Battery degradation
  • Electric Vehicles
  • Frequency Control
  • Vehicle-to-Grid

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Thingvad, A., Calearo, L., Andersen, P. B., Marinelli, M., Neaimeh, M., Suzuki, K., & Murai, K. (2019). Value of V2G Frequency Regulation in Great Britain Considering Real Driving Data. In Proceedings of 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe [8905679] IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/isgteurope.2019.8905679
Thingvad, Andreas ; Calearo, Lisa ; Andersen, Peter Bach ; Marinelli, Mattia ; Neaimeh, Myriam ; Suzuki, Kenta ; Murai, Kensuke. / Value of V2G Frequency Regulation in Great Britain Considering Real Driving Data. Proceedings of 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe. IEEE, 2019.
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Value of V2G Frequency Regulation in Great Britain Considering Real Driving Data. / Thingvad, Andreas; Calearo, Lisa; Andersen, Peter Bach; Marinelli, Mattia; Neaimeh, Myriam; Suzuki, Kenta; Murai, Kensuke.

Proceedings of 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe. IEEE, 2019. 8905679.

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Thingvad A, Calearo L, Andersen PB, Marinelli M, Neaimeh M, Suzuki K et al. Value of V2G Frequency Regulation in Great Britain Considering Real Driving Data. In Proceedings of 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe. IEEE. 2019. 8905679 https://doi.org/10.1109/isgteurope.2019.8905679