Power Dense, Grid Compatible Extreme Fast Charging Stations (GR-18-07)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Rob Cuzner

This project proposes development of an architecture for XFC multi-EV (electric vehicle) charging stations that is simultaneously power dense and grid compatible.  The power density objective is driven by the need to maintain footprint and cost of the XFC multi-EV charging station within the norms of present implementation, so that such systems actually build capacity of EV deployment.  The grid compatibility objective is to demonstrate an architecture for XFC that enables high rates of energy transfer to end users without producing adverse effects at the grid distribution feed and to, in fact, set a new standard for EV that is not only more grid compatible but that can also be a stored energy resource to the grid to increase grid resiliency.


Posted on

January 7, 2018

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