Review of fast charging for electrified transport: demand, technology, systems, and planning

Graham Town, Seyedfoad Taghizadeh, Sara Deilami*

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Abstract

As the number and range of electric vehicles in use increases, and the size of batteries in those vehicles increases, the demand for fast and ultra-fast charging infrastructure is also expected to increase. The growth in the fast charging infrastructure raises a number of challenges to be addressed; primarily, high peak loads and their impacts on the electricity network. This paper reviews fast and ultra-fast charging technology and systems from a number of perspectives, including the following: current and expected trends in fast charging demand; the particular temporal and spatial characteristics of electricity demand associated with fast charging; the devices and circuit technologies commonly used in fast chargers; the potential system impacts of fast charging on the electricity distribution network and methods for managing those impacts; methods for long-term planning of fast charging facilities; finally, expected future developments in fast charging technology and systems.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1276
Pages (from-to)1-30
Number of pages30
JournalEnergies
Volume15
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Feb 2022

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Keywords

  • fast charging
  • ultra-fast charging
  • electric vehicles

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