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Challenges and Opportunities of Integrating Electric Vehicle in Smart Grids with Renewable Generation


主讲人:Jahangir Hossain


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Jahangir Hossain received B.Sc. and M.Sc. Eng. degrees from Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (RUET), Bangladesh, in 2001 and 2005, respectively, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia, all in electrical and electronic engineering.

He is currently working as an Associate Professor at the School of Electrical and Data Engineering, University of Technology Sydney. Before joining there, he served as an associate professor in Macquarie University for 3.5 years, senior lecture and a lecturer in the Griffith School of Engineering, Griffith University for five years and as a research fellow in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia. Previously, he worked as a lecturer and assistant professor at Rajshahi University of Engineering& Technology, Bangladesh for six years. He has published more than 300 articles in international refereed journals and conferences which attracted more than 5700 citations (Google Scholar) with H-index 40. He is a senior member of IEEE, editor of an IEEE and IET journal and secured more than $5M research grant. His research interests are power systems, wind generator integration and stabilization, voltage stability, micro grids, robust control, electrical machine, FACTS devices, and energy storage systems.


This talk will discuss how the power quality issues and voltage regulations can be addressed using coordinated EV charging and discharging controllers. First it will discuss the control capability of EVs in device level and then its impact on the system’s performance. It will discuss a need-based (event-triggered) distributed control of EVs for ensuring satisfactory dynamic response of distributed power systems with Evs. Finally, it will discuss how coordinated operation of EVs, PV and batteries can reduce peak demand.