The project will explore the potential for an aggregated electric vehicle (EV) charging optimisation in a campus/shared facility leveraging a rich set of data resources for building energy consumption, vehicle operation and parking and wholesale electricity pricing.


Researchers will apply a suite of modelling approaches to predict how centrally-optimised EV charging could provide suitable charging volumes at competitive rates for drivers while balancing facility-level electricity requirements and minimising grid .

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EV-CHIP has several elements of innovation. The purpose of using an integrated optimisation system at the power distribution level to manage the connected electric vehicles on shared parking premises provides innovative technical perspectives on the integration of vehicles to the power grid.

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