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Optimal Sizing of Stationary Battery Storage Taking into Account Indirect Flexibility in Tertiary Buildings: Use case of an Electric Vehicle Community

Nana Kofi Twum-Duah 1 Sacha Hodencq 2 Manar Amayri 1 Stéphane Ploix 1 Frédéric Wurtz 2 
1 G-SCOP_GCSP - Gestion et Conduite des Systèmes de Production
G-SCOP - Laboratoire des sciences pour la conception, l'optimisation et la production
Abstract : This article proposes a method for taking into account the indirect flexibility (charging of Electric Vehicles) available in buildings for the sizing of stationary battery storage systems (direct flexibility). A Linear Programming approach was applied to data sourced from the Predis-MHI platform (a living lab) such that the day-today charging of EVs, as well as the scheduling of the charging and discharging of the proposed battery, were optimized whilst simultaneously dimensioning the battery capacity. Our results indicate that based on the percentage increase in self-consumption with reference to the base case, it is possible to reduce the battery capacity required by up to 100% as compared to a methodology that doesn't account for the indirect flexibility. Whilst relevant, the sizing approach proposed in this article assumes optimal human behavior, which is usually difficult to achieve. Our proposed approach can be adapted and used for the dimensioning of direct flexibilities for both residential and commercial/public buildings.
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Nana Kofi Twum-Duah, Sacha Hodencq, Manar Amayri, Stéphane Ploix, Frédéric Wurtz. Optimal Sizing of Stationary Battery Storage Taking into Account Indirect Flexibility in Tertiary Buildings: Use case of an Electric Vehicle Community. CIRED Porto Workshop 2022, Jun 2022, Porto, Portugal. ⟨hal-03696240⟩

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