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|Title:||Comparison of Various Operational Statuses of PIEV Aggregators with Home-Charged EVs and Parking Lots|
|Abstract:||Emerging technologies arising in modern power systems have propelled the presence of new agents to manipulate these facilities. Participation of plug-in electric vehicles (PIEVs) in the electricity market is one of the main issues in this environment. PIEV participation in market place can affect the agent's strategy. Therefore, this paper investigates two states of power system where individual aggregators participate in the power market on behalf of home-charged PIEVs and parking lots (PLs) separately, as well as the coordinated version of the problem. Several scenarios are developed for deriving specific characteristics of PIEVs in home levels and in PLs. An optimization model is built and solved using mixed integer linear programming. The results are produced to suggest the optimum procedure for an aggregator to whether take the authority of home-charging PIEVs and PLs individually or coordinately.|
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