[Legacy Report] IEEE Electric Vehicle Seminar


Nowadays in Denmark the wind power accounts for more than 20% of the power production. Wind radiation production forecasts have a relatively large margin of error. However, the variable character of this renewable power supply and the 2020 significant quantities of wind capacity, impose special requirements on the whole system, including distribution and storage. It is very likely that imbalances of production and demand will occur if no efficient way of energy storage is available. Several recent research projects and studies indicate that battery capacity of electric cars could contribute to obtain an efficient way of dealing with the variable power supply from wind plants. The relative static grid system will have to become intelligent in order to deal with the future electricity supply and demand. Utilities will have to adopt large-scale renewable power technologies as core parts of their long term generation strategies. In parallel electric cars may ease the integration of renewable energies in the electricity networks and markets. This course aims to establish a state-of-the-art on the feasibility of using dynamic software tools to support the integration of large-scale renewable electricity and within a high penetration of EV in our society.

The seminar will address the following topics:

• State of the art on introduction of electric cars
• EV market integration
• Charging and discharging technologies for EV technologies
• ICT infrastructures

  Date and Time




  • Aalborg, Nordjyllands Amt
  • Denmark
  • Co-sponsored by AAU and DTU Elektro