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Elitist Genetic Algorithm (EGA)-based Energy Storage System (ESS)-facilitated Heavy Good Electric Vehicle (HGEV) charging station designer

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This solution leverages an Elitist Genetic Algorithm (EGA) to tackle interconnected challenges in the Energy Storage System (ESS) design and demand-side management, particularly focusing on battery scheduling. It addresses these concerns simultaneously for diverse styles of Heavy Goods Electrical Vehicle (HGEV) Depots and on-route charging stations. The ESS design encompasses considerations like battery capacity and power electronic board rating power, while demand-side management involves a series of battery charging/discharging power scheduling within the evaluation time window.

Resource Type: Software
Creators: Shariati, Omid ORCID logoORCID:
Rights-holders: University of Reading
Data Publisher: University of Reading
Publication Year: 2024
Data last accessed: 17 April 2024
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Organisational units: Science > School of the Built Environment > Energy and Environmental Engineering group
Participating Organisations: University of Reading, University of Nottingham
Keywords: charging station design, Heavy Good Electric Vehicle, Energy Storage System, Elitist Genetic Algorithm
Data Availability: OPEN


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