Evaluation of Smart Grid Simulation System with Power Stabilization by EV

Keiko Karaishi, Masato Oguchi


Recently, attention has been focused on whether the Smart Grid could work efficiently in an energy network. The subject of our study is the electric vehicle (EV), which has been proposed as a potential chargeable/dischargeable part of the power grid infrastructure. As energy is transferred between an EV and the power grid, it is possible to regulate energy on the entire grid via charging and discharging the EV battery. In the future, it may also be possible to stabilize energy within the system, using information technology control embedded in the network of the Smart Grid. This research is to construct the Smart Grid simulation system to evaluate power flow on such an environment.


Smart Grid; EV; V2G

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/npa.v5i1.3261

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