Business Models, Regulatory Framework, and Implementation Roadmap for EV Smart Charging

The study will investigate the degree of complementarity between variable renewable energy sources and EVs, as well as the flexibility potential of smart EV charging and how this potential could benefit from the implementation of smart charging by 2035 and 2053. It will discuss how EVs’ potential for grid flexibility could evolve in both medium (2035) and long (2053) terms. It will also assess the suitability of different types of charging infrastructure and their locational optimization with a quantitative modelling for smart charging, elaborating EV market value chain and business models. The project will investigate the challenges and best practices, as well as current trends and future opportunities for EVs & charging infrastructure for further grid integration.

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