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Volume 200, 2018International Workshop on Transportation and Supply Chain Engineering (IWTSCE’18)
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Design and sizing of a Hybrid PV-Wind-Grid System for Electric Vehicle Charging Platform
Laboratory of Renewable Energies and Advanced Materials (LERMA), International University of Rabat (UIR), Sala Al Jadida 11000, Morocco
2 Laboratory of Informatics, Systems Telecommunications (LIST), Faculty of Science and Technology of Tangier (FST) – AbdelmalekEssaadi University (UAE), Ziaten. BP: 416, Tangier, Morocco.
3 Laboratory of Engineering, Innovation and Management of Industrial Systems (LEIMIS), Faculty of Science and Technology of Tangier (FST), Abdelmalek Essaâdi University (UAE), Ziaten. BP: 416, Tangier, Morocco.
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The recent technological advancement in the power electronics converters, control, and battery technology, allowed the enhancement of the use of the electric vehicle (EV) as a means of transportation, EV requires to be charged with an electrical grid which imposes an extra burden on the electrical supply during the peak demand duration. The use of renewable energy sources (RES) such as solar and wind remains as alternative sources to reduce this negative impact. The main interest of this work is integrating the RES in transportation systems through a smart grid system with a proposed design of a hybrid PV-Wind-Grid charging platform for EV.
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