CarpeDIEM ready with first three charge stations for electric vehicles
CarpeDIEM facilitates testing of algorithms for small scale intelligent and coordinated charging of electric vehicles.
The CarpeDIEM project recently finished constructing three intelligent charge stations for electric cars. In a decentralized architecture and based on a multi-agent system, these charge stations coordinate charging of connected electric cars based on methods and algorithms developed at SDU Mechatronics. They serve as integral components in the distributed intelligent energy management system (DIEMS) that is to be developed in the Interreg project carpeDIEM. The charge stations are able to coordinate charging of electric cars to avoid grid overload and to ensure that cars are charged with respect to availability of local energy resources (e.g. solar panels).
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