Electrical vehicles planning on incorporation of power production units
Sahar Mobasheri, Alimorad Khajehzadeh
The startup issue of the plants has an important role in economical utilization of power systems and also identifying the proper startup or shutdown time of the plants among the possible moods leads to vast economical thriftiness. Moreover, creating proper spinning reserve in power systems, keeps their security in a pleasant status. Incorporating electric vehicles (EVs) to power systems may address both additional demand as well as mobile storage to support electric grid spatially. Charging and discharging of EVs must be scheduled intelligently to prevent overloading of the network at peak hours, take advantages of off peak charging benefits and delaying any load shedding. In this paper, a new structure for Unit Commitment (UC) scheduling associated with V2Gs are suggested, adding of the electrical vehicles into units startup causes to their emission costs decreasing and utilization costs decreasing.