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WP2.3 INTRODUCING ELECTRIC VEHICLES INTO THE CURRENT ELECTRICITY MARKETS

17. February 2011  by Anders Holm Foosnæs - Danish Energy Association

This report describes how to handle the challenges of integrating a large number of electric vehicles (EVs) in the Danish context from the market perspective. The report is comprised of different aspects of EV integration in the current Nordic electricity market. The main contents of the report are listed below.


  • Electricity demand from EV charging in Denmark with 25% EV penetration – the energy requirement and the potential impact of EV charging on both transmission system and local distribution systems

  • The relevant players to the EV integration – EV owner, Distribution System Operators (DSOs), Retailer, Generation companies (GenCos), EV fleet operators, Transmission system operator and the market (NordPool)

  • The Nordic electricity market – Spot market, financial market, Intraday market, regulating power market and future regulating power market development

  • Components of electricity price – energy cost, tariffs, taxes

  • Options for stimulating demand response – time-of-use price, peak pricing and spot price

  • EV charging in different market structures – spot price based charging, spot price and regulating power price based charging and fleet operator based charging

Contact

Arne Hejde Nielsen

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