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Please find below a selected number of papers and presentations of the 2nd E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium, 2018.

 

SESSION 1 – KEYNOTE SESSION

Powering Limitless Driving
Tomas Björnsson (Vattenfall, Sweden)
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Solar Mobility – Choosing Solar for the Driver’s Seat
Naomi Chevillard (SolarPowerEurope, Belgium)
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Batteries Enabling High Penetration of E-Mobility, Consequences for the Power System
Bo Normark (InnoEnergy Scandinavia, Sweden)
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The Swedish Electromobility Centre – A Catalyst in Research Towards Electrified Transport
Oskar Wallmark (KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
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SESSION 2A – PROJECT EXPERIENCE

CleanMobilEnergy – A Smart Energy Management System Integrating Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles
P. Swart (City of Arnhem, Netherlands), H. Niesing (Resourcefully, Netherlands) (Emob18-28)
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Evaluation of Modular Infrastructure Concepts for Large-Scaled Electric Bus Depots
L. Haffner, M. Schumann, D. Schulz (Helmut Schmidt University, Germany), M. Dietmannsberger (Hamburger Hochbahn, Germany) (Emob18-174)
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Research Campus Mobility2Grid: From Lab to Reality
K. Karohs, D. Göhlich, E. Lauth (TU Berlin, Germany, Germany) (Emob18-51)
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SESSION 2B – CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

Required Technologies for Grid Integration of Charging Infrastructure
J. Selle (ENERCON, Germany), J. Brombach (Innovation for ENERCON, Germany) (Emob18-30)
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Automatically Charged Vehicles in the Prosumer’s Ecosystem
R. Eriksson (Volvo Car Group, Sweden), S. Pettersson, U. Kristiansson (RISE Viktoria, Sweden) (Emob18-200)
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Methods for Efficient Charging Infrastructure Placement
K. Goldammer, O. Arnhold, N. Pieniak, K. Hübner, J. Hartmann (Reiner Lemoine Institut, Germany) (Emob18-161)
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SESSION 2C – MARKET ISSUES

E-MMM – A Market Maturity Model for Electric Mobility Grid Integration
S. Klingert (University of Mannheim, Germany), M. Perez-Ortega (GFI, Belgium) (Emob18-208)
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Assessment of a New Flexibility Instrument for Electric Vehicles to Increase Network Utilisation
M. Doering, C. Nabe, (Ecofys, Germany), M. Herrmann, K.-H. Schmid (E.ON Essen and Regensburg, Germany) (Submission-ID Emob18-235)
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Optimized Charging of Electrical Vehicles Based on the Day-Ahead Auction and Continuous Intraday Market
J. Meese, E. Schnittmann, R. Schmidt, M. Zdrallek (University of Wuppertal, Germany), T. Armoneit (Stadtwerke Iserlohn, Germany) (Emob18-47)
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Future System Services Provided from Electric Vehicles
P. Herbert (Vattenfall R&D, Sweden) (Emob18-100)
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Exploring the Business Case of a Risk-Averse Electric Vehicle Aggregator in the Nordic Market
J. Dalton, L. Herre, L. Söder (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) (Emob18-158)
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SESSION 3A – STORAGE ASPECTS

Solar Powered EV Smart Charging Station
N. Francis (DNV GL, Netherlands) (Emob18-3)
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Hot-spot Scenarios of Electrical-Vehicles on the Low Voltage Grid Including Statistics and Effect of Decentralized Battery Storage
J. Wenske, P. Himpel, B. Matthiß, J. Binder (Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg – ZSW, Germany), T. Speidel (ads-tec, Germany), V. Klausser, M. Klesse (Stadtwerke Nürtingen, Germany) (Emob18-182)
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Increased Utilization of Residential PV-Storage Systems through Locally Charged Battery Electric Vehicles
D. Huschenhoefer, J. Mieser, J. Binder (Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg – ZSW, Germany), T. Speidel (ads-tec GmbH, Germany) (Emob18-222)
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Smart Integration of Photovoltaics, Vehicle Charging, and Battery Storage in a Household
C. Sundström (Linköping University, Sweden), M. Kronawitter L. Viernstein (Technical University of Munich – TUM, Germany) (Emob18-205)
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SESSION 3B – POWER SYSTEM ASPECTS

The Power Grid is the Backbone for E-Mobility
S. Gonzalez Vazquez, F. Regnery (Network Technology/Network Operation Forum – VDE |FNN, Germany) (Emob18-314)
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Charging of Electric Vehicles and its Influence on the Local Voltage Quality
J. Wetterström (Vattenfall, Sweden) (Emob18-79)
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Impact of Increasing Electric Mobility on a Distribution Grid at the Medium Voltage Level
J. Vopava, T. Kienberger (Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria) (Emob18-23)
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Scenario-driven Analysis of Intelligent Charging Strategies Caused by the Market Ramp-Up of Electric Vehicles
D. Bracht, T. Montag (P3 group, Germany), M. Kurth (RWTH Aachen, Germany), T. Schürer (Main-Donau Netzgesellschaft – MDN, Germany) (Emob18-267)
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SESSION 3C – MODELLING ASPECTS

Probabilistic Modelling of Charging Profiles in Low Voltage Networks
T. Schlößer, E. Tröster, L. Hülsmann (Energynautics, Germany) (Emob18-324)
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Grid Integration Studies for Emob18ility Scenarios with Comparison of Probabilistic Charging Models to Simultaneity Factors
J. Ulffers, A. Scheidler, J.-C. Töbermann (Fraunhofer IEE, Germany), M. Braun (Fraunhofer IEE, Germany | University of Kassel, Germany) (Emob18-293)
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Electric Vehicle Destination Charging Demand Characterizations at Popular Amenities
J. Dixon, I. Elders, K. Bell (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) (Emob18-25)
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Optimal De-Centralized Smart Home-Charging: Potential Study
M. Shepero, R. Fachrizal, J. Munkhammar (Uppsala University, Sweden) (Emob18-113)
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SESSION 4A – GRID INTEGRATION ASPECTS

Analysis and Evaluation of Power Quality Aspects in a Low-Voltage Network with Regard to a High Penetration of Decentralized Generation and Charging Infrastructure
J. Zumpe (Fichtner, Germany), J. Eppler (University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe, Germany) (Emob18-147)
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Impact of Implementation of Electric Road Systems on the German and Swedish Electricity System
M. von Bonin, B. Ernst, N. Gerhard (Fraunhofer IEE, Germany), M. Taljegard, F. Johnsson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden) (Emob18-242)
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Electric Vehicle CPMS and Secondary Substation Management
F. Campos, L. Marques, K. Kotsalos (Efacec, Portugal) (Emob18-24)
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Impact Assessment of Integrating Novel Battery-Trolleybuses, PV Units and EV Charging Stations in a DC Trolleybus Network
M. Salih, D. Baumeister, M. Wazifehdust, P. Steinbusch, M. Zdrallek (University of Wuppertal, Germany), S. Mour, P. Deskovic, T. Küll (SWS Netze Solingen, Germany), C. Troullier (Stadtwerke Solingen, Germany) (Emob18-95)
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SESSION 4B – DISTRIBUTION GRID ISSUES

Optimal Control in a Smart Grid Aggregator: Connecting PV, EV, Energy Storage, and Heating Systems to Solve the Power Problem
J. Ridenour (Ngenic, Sweden), J. Lindborg (Sustainable Innovation, Sweden) (Emob18-305)
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Comparison of Electromobility-Impacts on the Low-Voltage Level in Different Grid Regions
B. Thormann, T. Kienberger (University of Leoben, Austria) (Emob18-84)
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Grid Load Relief by Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles
T. Schlößer, E. Tröster, L. Hülsmann (Energynautics, Germany) (Emob18-323)
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Opportunities of the New Energy Vehicles Fueling Station (NEFUSTA) Project
F. Verhaak, N. Francis (DNV GL, Netherlands) (Emob18-337)
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SESSION 4C – OVERALL ENERGY SYSTEM AND BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS

The Mobile Transition – it is More than Emobility
D. Lautensack (ABB Automation Products GmbH, Germany) (Emob18-14)
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Smart Charging – A Strategy for Charging EVs in Big Cities with Load Shifting and Control
J. Persson, J. Tollin, C. Gruffman, Y. He (Vattenfall R&D, Sweden) (Emob18-49)
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A Behavioral Perspective on Smarter EV Use
C. Kacperski, F. Kutzner (University of Mannheim, Germany), J. Wautelet (GFI, Belgium) (Emob18-224)
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Analysis of Different Sector Coupling Paths for CO2 Mitigation in the German Energy System under Consideration of Energy Supply Infrastructures
F. Kattelmann, M. Blesl (University of Stuttgart, Germany) (Emob18-66)
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POSTER SESSION

Mitigation of the Impacts of EV Inclusion into Electricity Markets through Demand Aggregators
D. Toquica, P. De Oliviera (University of Los Andes, Colombia) (Emob18-7)
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Aggregated Approach to Use the Flexibility of PEVs for Grid Support in local Energy Communities
E. Schnittmann, J. Meese, R. Schmidt, S. Azad, M. Zdrallek (University of Wuppertal, Germany), T. Armoneit (Stadtwerke Iserlohn, Germany) (Emob18-33)
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Urban Network Infrastructure: Sharing of Charging Current and Utilization Potential
K. Rambow-Hoeschele (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany| Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom | Aalen University, Germany), A. Nagl, (Aalen University, Germany), D. K. Harrison, B. M. Wood (Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom), K. Bozem (bozem | consulting associates, Germany), K. Braun, P. Hoch (Research Associates of Aalen University, Germany) (Emob18-127)
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Pathways to Electromobility: Upgraded Charging Infrastructure Through Renewable Energies
K. Rambow-Hoeschele (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom | Aalen University, Germany), A. Nagl, (Aalen University, Germany), D. K. Harrison, B. M. Wood (Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom), K. Bozem (bozem | consulting associates, Germany), K. Braun, P. Hoch (Research Associates of Aalen University, Germany) (Emob18-131)
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Charging Profile „HomeZone“: Customer Retention Measures and Charging Infrastructure Optimization
K. Rambow-Hoeschele (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom | Aalen University, Germany), A. Nagl, (Aalen University, Germany), D. K. Harrison, B. M. Wood (Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom), K. Bozem (bozem | consulting associates, Germany), K. Braun, P. Hoch (Research Associates of Aalen University, Germany) (Emob18-132)
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Technical and Economic Considerations on Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared Vehicles
N. G. Rambow (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | ESB Business School, Germany), K. Rambow-Hoeschele, (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom) (Emob18-152)
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The Connected Vehicle and Its Impact on the Development of Electromobility
N. G. Rambow (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | ESB Business School, Germany), K. Rambow-Hoeschele, (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom) (Emob18-154)
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Ethical Considerations on Future Vehicle Design
N. G. Rambow (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | ESB Business School, Germany), K. Rambow-Hoeschele, (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany | Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom) (Emob18-157)
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Autonomous Voltage and Frequency Control by Smart Inverters of Photovoltaic Generation and Electric Vehicle
S. Kamo, Y. Ota, T. Nakajima, (Tokyo City University, Japan), K. Kawabe (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), A. Yokoyama (The University of Tokyo, Japan) (Emob18-236)
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Implementation and Verification of V2G Control Schemes on Multiple Electric Vehicles
H. Toda, Y. Ota, T. Nakajima (Tokyo City University, Japan), K.-i. Kawabe (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), A. Yokoyama (The University of Tokyo, Japan) (Emob18-288)
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