Overviewing Quality of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations’ Service Evaluation

  • Tohid HARIGHI Gazi University
  • Ramazan Bayindir Gazi University
  • Eklas Hossain Oregon Tech


Worldwide greenhouse gas emission is increasing rapidly in twenty-first century, and one of the main reasons of this upsurge is emission from internal combustion engine (ICE) cars. A major step to decrease greenhouse gas emission can be replacing ICE cars with electric vehicles (EV). Though the EVs have notable benefits such as lower GHG emission, their effects can both be good and bad, depending on certain conditions. EVs have impact on the power grid, and associated equipment. In this paper, few key concerns about the grid infrastructure related to EV connections are illustrated, with focus on grid-scale storage systems. Environmental factors and budget considerations for EV charging stations are also discussed, with evaluations of the findings through MATLAB/Simulink simulations.

Author Biographies

Tohid HARIGHI, Gazi University

Ramazan Bayindir, Gazi University

, Faculty of Technology, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering 06500, Ankara/TURKEY

Eklas Hossain, Oregon Tech

Oregon Tech, Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy, OR-97601, USA

How to Cite
HARIGHI, Tohid; BAYINDIR, Ramazan; HOSSAIN, Eklas. Overviewing Quality of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations’ Service Evaluation. International Journal of Smart Grids, ijSmartGrid, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, March, p. 40-48, mar. 2018. ISSN 2602-439X. Available at: <http://www.ijsmartgrid.com/index.php/ijSmartGrid/article/view/33>. Date accessed: 20 apr. 2018.