publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

On the possibility of extending the lifetime of lithium-ion batteries through optimal V2G facilitated by an integrated vehicle and smart-grid system

Uddin, Kotub; Jackson, Tim; Widanage, Widanalage D.; Chouchelamane, Gael; Jennings, Paul A.; Marco, James;
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  • Published: 15 Aug 2017 Journal: Energy, volume 133, pages 710-722 (issn: 0360-5442, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Abstract Renewable energies are a key pillar of power sector decarbonisation. Due to the variability and uncertainty they add however, there is an increased need for energy storage. This adds additional infrastructure costs to a degree that is unviable: for an optimal case of 15 GW of storage by 2030, the cost of storage is circa: £1000/kW. A promising solution to this problem is to use the batteries contained within electric vehicles (EVs) equipped with bi-directional charging systems to facilitate ancillary services such as frequency regulation and load balancing through vehicle to grid (V2G) technologies. Some authors have however dismissed V2G as economicall...
Subjects
free text keywords: Battery (electricity), Electrical engineering, business.industry, business, Waste management, Engineering, Smart grid, Electric vehicle, business.product_category, Capacity loss, Energy storage, Depth of discharge, Battery pack, Automotive engineering, State of charge, TK
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