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Please find below a selected number of presentations of the 1st E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium.

 

SESSION 1 – KEYNOTE SESSION

Introduction
Thomas Ackermann (Energynautics, Germany)
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The Powernetworks and E-Mobility: Risks and Opportunities
Susanne Nies (ENTSO-E, Belgium)
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Transformation of the German Energy and Transport Sector – a National Analysis
Kathrin Goldammer (Reiner Lemoine Institute, Germany) – (Emob-142)
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E-Mobility and its Future Effect on Demand and Flexibility: Chances and Challenges 2035 from a Transmission System Operator’s Perspective
Roland Bauer (50Hertz, Germany) – (Emob-190)
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The Impact of E-Mobility on Distribution Grid Expansion? One Research Question, a Lot of Answers
Sören Patzack (FGH Aachen, Germany)
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The Role of EVs in Ancillary Services
Saskia Thies (Tennet, Netherlands)
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SESSION 2A – EVs AND DISTRIBUTION GRIDS

Determination of the Integration and Influencing Potential of Rapid-Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles in Distribution Grids
Marcel Kurth (RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany) – (Emob-155)
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Flash Recharging Tram Catenary-Free: Impact Analysis on Italian Distribution Networks
Diana Moneta (RSE, Italy) – (Emob-60)
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Maximizing EV-Integration in LV Grids Using the Universal Smart Energy Framework
Edward Coster (Stedin, Netherlands) – (Emob-74)
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Peak Shaving by Means of Buffer Storages in Charging Stations
Jonas Wussow (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany) – (Emob-79)
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Impact of Electric Vehicle Charging on Low-Voltage Grids and the Potential of Battery Storage as Temporary Equipment during Grid Reinforcement
Lukas Held (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany) – (Emob-139)
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SESSION 2B – INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Regulatory Issues in the Development of Electro-Mobility Services: Lesson Learned from the Italian Experience
Luca Lo Schiavo (AEEGSI – National Regulatory Authority for Energy, Italy) – (Emob-54)
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Electric Mobility – The Challenges of Regulating the Charging Infrastructure During Early Market Development in Brazil
Antonio Araujo & Ronald Amorim (ANEEL – Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency, Brazil) –  (Emob-57)
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Effects of Heavy-Duty Vehicle Electrification on Infrastructure: The Case of Switzerland
Emir Çabukoglu (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) – (Emob-110)
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Integration of Multifarious Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Flexibility: Applications in India
Rish Ghatikar (Technical Executive, United States) – (Emob-222)
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The Impact of Electric Vehicles Deployment on Production Cost in a Caribbean Island Country
Emanuele Taibi (International Renewable Energy Agency – IRENA, Germany) –  (Emob-9)
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Electric Vehicle Charge-and-Share: Campus Demonstration on Sustainable Charge, Energy Mobility & Sharing
Yutaka Ota (Tokyo City University, Japan) – (Emob-171)
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SESSION 3A – EVs AND POWER SYSTEM ASPECTS

Necessary Contribution of Electric Vehicles to Limited Frequency Sensitive Mode: Impact on Frequency Stability in the ENTSO-E Continental Europe Synchronous Area
Joachim Lehner (TransnetBW, Germany) – (Emob-84)
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EV Charging Coordination to Secure Power Grid Stability
Sonja Klingert (Universität Mannheim, Germany) – (Emob-186)
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Grid Integration of Electric Vehicle Fleets Using a Traffic Light Concept
Marcel Kurth (RWTH Aachen University, Germany) – (Emob-82)
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Grid Impact of Electric Vehicles with Secondary Control Reserve Capability
Thomas Degner (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany) – (Emob-298)
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The Vision of E-Mobility in the Perspective of the Existing Power Infrastructure – Successfully Managing Conflicting Expectations
Karsten Burges (Ecofys, Germany) – (Emob-284)
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SESSION 3B – EV CHARGING EXPERIENCE

Modelling the Electrification of Bus Depots using Real Data: Consequences for the Distribution Grid and Operational Requirements
Markus Dietmannsberger (Hamburger Hochbahn, Germany) – (Emob-24)
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Grid Compatible Flash Charging Technology: TOSA e-bus infrastructure
Valentin Holz (ABB, Germany) – (Emob-51)
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Grid-Integration of High Power Charging Infrastructure
Johannes Brombach (Innovation for ENERCON, Germany) – (Emob-36)
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Assist EV Drivers to Act Smarter
Florian Kutzner (University of Mannheim, Germany) – (Emob-189)
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Assessment of the Marginal Emission Factor Associated with Electric Vehicles Charging
Giacomo Pareschi (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) – (Emob-154)
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SESSION 4A – GRID CODE AND POWER QUALITY

Technical Data Analysis and Power Grid Effects of Fast Charging Processes of Electric Vehicles
Georg Göhler (University of Stuttgart IAT, Germany) – (Emob-78)
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Impact of Electric Vehicles on Power Quality in Central Charging Infrastructures
Friedemann Möller (Technical University Dresden, Germany) – (Emob-101)
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Measurement of Harmonics and Sags in Grid Voltages when Charging Electric Vehicles
Jonas Persson (Vattenfall AB, Sweden) – (Emob-127)
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SESSION 4B – MODELLING

Modelling and Simulation of a Public Transport System with Battery-Trolleybuses for an Efficient E-Mobility Integration
Dirk Baumeister (University of Wuppertal, Germany) – (Emob-105)
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Development of a Model for Power Grids Based on the Cellular Approach for an Optimum Integration of Electric Charging Infrastructure
Julia Vopava (Montanuniversitaet Leoben, Austria) – (Emob-66)
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Forecast Model for Electromobile Loads at Stuttgart Airport and Fair
Henriette Triebke (Fraunhofer IAO, Germany) – (Emob-137)
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