Special Issue "Energy Efficient Sustainable Development for Future Electric Vehicle"

Submission Deadline: 31 December 2022
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Guest Editors
Dr. Rajesh Dey, Brainware University, India. Email: de.rajesh@gmail.com.

Dr. Marta Zurek Mortka, Institute for Sustainable Technologies, Poland. Email:m.zurekmortka@gmail.com.

Dr.Ipseeta Nanda, Gopal Narayan Singh University, India. Email: ipseeta.nanda@gmail.com.

Dr. Rudra Sankar Dhar, National Institute of Technology Mizoram, India. Email:rudra.ece@nitmz.ac.in.

Dr. Sumanta Bhattacharyya, Greater Kolkata College of Engineering and Management, India. Email:sumanta.bh@gmail.com.

Summary

Electric vehicles (EVs) are the promising technology for achieving a sustainable transport sector in the future, due to their very low to zero carbon emissions, low noise, high efficiency, and flexibility in grid operation and integration (vehicle-to-grid, V2G; vehicle-to-home, V2H; grid-to-vehicle, G2V). In recent years, full EVs (FEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) have gained a great deal of popularity thanks to advances in technology (components, hybrid energy systems, energy storage systems, power converters, control techniques, energy management systems and charging systems), which have made it possible to develop and market electric bicycles, motorcycles, cars, buses and tramways. Potential topics aims at covering themes including, but not limited to:


· Electric vehicle industry in sustainable business model perspectives

· Electric vehicles in collaborative urban transport networks

· Analysis of cost and emissions associated with electric mobility

· Economic and environmental issues of electric mobility

· Electric vehicles life cycle assessment

· Electric vehicles charging systems

· Electric vehicle wireless power transfer systems in smart grids

· Advanced electric vehicles battery chargers considering on-board and off-board technologies

· Energy management and coordination of energy generation with smart charging of electric vehicles, vehicle to grid and energy storage to enhance grid stability, increase energy autonomy and reduce carbon footprint

· Market design, business models development and supporting policies to facilitate the integration of high penetration of electric vehicles

· Environmental and socio-economic aspects of electro mobility

· Electric vehicles in performance assessment of policies

· Social and economic studies about future energy markets

· Cost benefit analysis for electric vehicles

· Eco system and system architecture for electric mobility

· Electric vehicle design, modeling and optimization

· Public policy for electric vehicles and for vehicle to grid power

· Impact of electric vehicles on economic growth and development

· Case studies for the promotion of electric vehicles policies, and factors influencing the purchasing decisions of electric vehicles


Keywords
EV; Optimization; Battery; Components; Safety; Charging; Control; Energy; BMS; Power Electronics; Power Transfer.