Paper presentation at ACM e-Energy 2020

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Our research assistant Jonas Schlund presented a paper titled „FlexAbility – Modeling and Maximizing the Bidirectional Flexibility Availability of Unidirectional Charging of Large Pools of Electric Vehicles“ at the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy 2020). In the paper we propose new methods to model FlexAbility (flexibility availability) from time-flexible EV charging events. In addition we present quantitative simulation results of bidirectional flexibility from unidirectional charging. Here is the recording of the talk.