Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences

, Volume 22, Issue 5, pp 449–454 | Cite as

An electricity demand-based planning of electric vehicle charging infrastructure

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Abstract

The construction of charging infrastructure is an important prerequisite for the development of electric vehicles (EVs). In this paper, the classification of charging vehicle models and charging infrastructure was firstly summarized, and the optimal charging mode of each type of EV model and the total electicity demand of charging were then analyzed. Combined with the general principle of the development and application of new energy vehicles in the city H, the model of electric vehicle charging infrastructure planning was designed. The case we proposed fully proved the effectiveness of the model.

Key words

electric vehicles (EVs) charging infrastructure charging demand charging station planning 

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U 469.72 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hangzhou Power Supply Company of State GridHangzhou, ZhejiangChina

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