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|Title:||Allocation of PEVs' Parking Lots in Renewable-Based Distribution System|
|Abstract:||Emerging trends in electric vehicles both in science and industry, as well as increasing popularity of these devices among end-users have laid serious issues in front of a system operator or planner. Higher deployment of available resources in the system will lead to higher flexibility for system operator in its interactions, besides to higher level of user satisfaction. In this study, various states of a 13 bus radial distribution network have been considered for allocation of Plug-in Electric Vehicles' (PEVs') parking lots. As Renewable Energy Resources (RERs) are becoming a main element of power systems, it is investigated how the future distribution network planning has to be organized by employing both RERs and PEV parking lots. Also, it is investigated how the allocation of parking lots varies in the system where these resources exist. Moreover, the costs and revenues obtained by the system operator in such systems are also studied.|
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