The aim of this paper is to analyze the current status and implementation impact of V2G/G2V (Vehicle- to-Grid and Grid-to-Vehicle) technologies on Distributed Generation (DG) systems, illustrating requirements, benefits, challenges and strategies for interfaces of both individual vehicles and fleets. Two of the key aspects for the diffusion of these technologies are those related to batteries and charging systems. In this regards, activities of two research projects are described in the paper: the first project is about the behavior of commercial lithium-ion batteries and the second one concerns the implementation of a high power fast recharge station. Some experimental results are also presented.

The aim of this paper is to analyze the current status and implementation impact of V2G/G2V (Vehicle- to-Grid and Grid-to-Vehicle) technologies on Distributed Generation (DG) systems, illustrating requirements, benefits, challenges and strategies for interfaces of both individual vehicles and fleets. Two of the key aspects for the diffusion of these technologies are those related to batteries and charging systems. In this regards, activities of two research projects are described in the paper: the first project is about the behavior of commercial lithium-ion batteries and the second one concerns the implementation of a high power fast recharge station

Impact of V2G/G2V technologies on distributed generation systems / Tarquini, G.; Pasquali, L.; Anniballi, L.; Odoardi, S.; Teodori, Sabrina; Santini, Ezio. - STAMPA. - 1:(2014), pp. 1677-1682. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Industrial Electronics (ISIE), 2014 IEEE 23rd International Symposium on tenutosi a Istanbul (Turkey) nel 1-4 June 2014 [10.1109/ISIE.2014.6864867].

Impact of V2G/G2V technologies on distributed generation systems

G. Tarquini;TEODORI, SABRINA;SANTINI, Ezio
2014

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The aim of this paper is to analyze the current status and implementation impact of V2G/G2V (Vehicle- to-Grid and Grid-to-Vehicle) technologies on Distributed Generation (DG) systems, illustrating requirements, benefits, challenges and strategies for interfaces of both individual vehicles and fleets. Two of the key aspects for the diffusion of these technologies are those related to batteries and charging systems. In this regards, activities of two research projects are described in the paper: the first project is about the behavior of commercial lithium-ion batteries and the second one concerns the implementation of a high power fast recharge station
The aim of this paper is to analyze the current status and implementation impact of V2G/G2V (Vehicle- to-Grid and Grid-to-Vehicle) technologies on Distributed Generation (DG) systems, illustrating requirements, benefits, challenges and strategies for interfaces of both individual vehicles and fleets. Two of the key aspects for the diffusion of these technologies are those related to batteries and charging systems. In this regards, activities of two research projects are described in the paper: the first project is about the behavior of commercial lithium-ion batteries and the second one concerns the implementation of a high power fast recharge station. Some experimental results are also presented.
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