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Decentralised real-time electric vehicle charging: optimality, fairness and resilience

Decentralised real-time electric vehicle charging: optimality, fairness and resilience

Objectives: 

The project intends to develop algorithms to coordinate charging of individual electric vehicles based on a decentralised scheduling. Such approach should allow a central authority to oversee the network and resource usage but allow vehicle owners to represent their individual preferences over charging levels and costs.

Real-world data describing mobility and charging behaviour are considered to be pivotal in understanding the stochastic spatial-temporal demands placed on the networks and are used to parametrize mathematical and simulation models.

Programme Other: 
Alan Turing Institute
Funding Source(s): 
Lloyd’s Register Foundation
Lead Organisation: 

The Chancellor Masters And Scholars Of The University Of Cambridge

Address: 
TRINITY LANE THE OLD SCHOOLS
CAMBRIDGE
CB2 1TN
United Kingdom
Partner Organisations: 

University of Durham

Address: 
The Palatine Centre
Stockton Road
Durham
DH1 3LE
United Kingdom

University Of Zilina In Zilina

Address: 
Univerzitna 1
ZILINA
Slovakia
Technologies: 
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