IEC TR 62933-2-200:2021 

Electrical energy storage (EES) systems - Part 2-200: Unit parameters and testing methods - Case study of electrical energy storage (EES) systems located in EV charging station with PV

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Abstract

IEC TR 62933-2-200:2021(E) presents a case study of electrical energy storage (EES) systems located in electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with photovoltaic (PV) power generation (PV-EES-EV charging stations) with a voltage level of 20 kV and below. EES systems are highlighted in this document because they are a desired option to make the charging stations (especially the high-power fast charging stations) grid-friendly, improve the self-consumption of clean energy generation, and increase the revenue of stations. In this application, EES systems show excellent performance by running in a variety of available operating modes, such as peak shaving, power smoothing, load tracing, time-of-use (TOU) price arbitrage, and ancillary services. The general duty cycle is recommended based on the summary of the operation characteristics of the EES systems.

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Publication typeTechnical Report
Publication date2021-09-03
Edition1.0
Available language(s)English
TC/SCTC 120 - Electrical Energy Storage (EES) Systemsrss
ICS13.020.30 - Environmental impact assessment
27.160 - Solar energy engineering
43.120 - Electric road vehicles
Stability date  2024
Pages47
File size3337 KB

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