Impacto de las políticas de autoconsumo y recarga del vehículo eléctrico en comunidades energéticas

  1. Roberto Álvaro-Hermana 1
  2. Jesús Fraile-Ardanuy 2
  3. Julia Merino 3
  4. Sandra Castaño-Solís 4
  1. 1 Universidad de Deusto

    Universidad de Deusto

    Bilbao, España


  2. 2 IPTC-Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  3. 3 TECNALIA, Basque Technology and Research Alliance (BRTA)
  4. 4 ETSIDI-Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Ekonomiaz: Revista vasca de economía

ISSN: 0213-3865

Year of publication: 2021

Issue Title: Retos de la transición energética I · 2021 en el País Vasco para la próxima década

Issue: 99

Pages: 242-267

Type: Article

More publications in: Ekonomiaz: Revista vasca de economía


Self-consumption is a key element to integrate renewable energies and foster consumer participation in the energy sector. To expand it, self-consumption regulation needs to incorporate policies such as shared self-consumption, energy communities, storage and electric vehicles. In this article, an optimization problem for the total cost of an energy community considering different self-consumption and electric vehicle management policies is presented. The problem is applied to a set of electric vehicle usage scenarios with diverse work schedules and daily consumptions. Results show that the involved policies have a greater impact on the community’s energy cost than the usage of the electric vehicles.

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