Energy management of nuclear-renewable hybrid energy system for fast charging station
Siddique, Abu Bakar
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The transportation sector is one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Due to this, electric vehicles (EVs) have become popular as it reduces emissions significantly. Despite this significance, EVs negatively impact the grid due to the high load of the charging stations. Hence, an alternative solution is required to support the load demand of a fast charging station (FCS) while reducing the grid dependency and emissions. The application of renewable energy sources (RESs) is limited due to their intermittency problem. To address those issues, a nuclear-renewable hybrid energy system (N-R HES) is proposed in this thesis to support the load demand of a fast charging station. Key performance indicators (KPIs) and sensitivity analyses have been carried out to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed system. Also, energy management with a control system is modelled to achieve the optimized performance of the system.
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