IVERD

Completed

The VERDI project (Electric Vehicle and Renewable Energies in an Intelligent Distribution Networks) proposes the development of methods for optimizing the use of the distribution network in order to reduce the need for reinforcement and to limit the environmental impact related to the increase in power consumption. VERDI proposes the development of an intelligent and communicating charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in conditions allowing: - Limit the environmental impact by avoiding the charging of electric vehicles during peak hours which requires highly "carbonated" electricity generation sources, and by promoting the charging of electric vehicles during favorable periods of energy injection renewable on the network. - Limit the economic impact by avoiding the charging of electric vehicles during peak hours to minimize the cost of routing and reinforcing distribution networks - Offer services to electric vehicle users (commercialization of erasing capacity during peak hours, services to encourage electric mobility, etc.). VERDI will also be able to offer services to power system operators (distribution and transmission), load infrastructure operators and customers who use electric vehicles.

Project benefits

Suivi de projet - Fin du projet : 1

Suivi de projet - Fin du projet : 11

Rapport final : 6

Thèse : 12

Publication scientifique : 36

People involved in the project

Member partner

No member partner

GEREDIS

SAINTRONIC

ENGIE GREEN (MAIA EOLIS)

Laboratoire L2EP

Information of the project

Start of the project on01 / 12 / 2012 | End of project on30 / 10 / 2014


Strategic business lines

Smart power grids

Bâtiments intelligents

Smart power grids


Referent of the project

Stéphane OURY
Chargé de projets

06 80 33 73 61

stephane.oury-s2e2-ext@st.com

Pays de la loire

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