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A review of consumer preferences of and interactions with electric vehicle charging infrastructure
S Hardman, A Jenn, G Tal, J Axsen, G Beard, N Daina, E Figenbaum, ...
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 62, 508-523, 2018
6422018
Quantitive analysis of electric vehicle flexibility: A data-driven approach
N Sadeghianpourhamami, N Refa, M Strobbe, C Develder
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 95, 451-462, 2018
1902018
Quantifying flexibility in EV charging as DR potential: Analysis of two real-world data sets
C Develder, N Sadeghianpourhamami, M Strobbe, N Refa
2016 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications …, 2016
972016
An ensemble methodology for hierarchical probabilistic electric vehicle load forecasting at regular charging stations
L Buzna, P De Falco, G Ferruzzi, S Khormali, D Proto, N Refa, M Straka, ...
Applied Energy 283, 116337, 2021
842021
Assessment of public charging infrastructure push and pull rollout strategies: The case of the Netherlands
JR Helmus, JC Spoelstra, N Refa, M Lees, R van den Hoed
Energy Policy 121, 35-47, 2018
832018
EV idle time estimation on charging infrastructure, comparing supervised machine learning regressions
A Lucas, R Barranco, N Refa
Energies 12 (2), 269, 2019
602019
Characteristics of Dutch EV drivers
A Hoekstra, N Refa
In Proceedings of the 30th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition, 2017
302017
Prediction of availability and charging rate at charging stations for electric vehicles
C Bikcora, N Refa, L Verheijen, S Weiland
2016 International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power …, 2016
242016
Using electric vehicles as flexible resource in power systems: A case study in the Netherlands
A Beltramo, A Julea, N Refa, Y Drossinos, C Thiel, S Quoilin
2017 14th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 1-6, 2017
222017
Impact of smart charging on EVs charging behaviour assessed from real charging events
N Refa, N Hubbers
Proc. 32th Int. Electr. Vehicle Symp, 2019
192019
Impact of uncontrolled charging with mass deployment of electric vehicles on low voltage distribution networks
Y Yu, A Shekhar, GCR Mouli, P Bauer, N Refa, R Bernards
2020 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference & Expo (ITEC), 766-772, 2020
122020
Pinpointing the smart charging potential for electric vehicles at public charging points
YE Bouhassani, N Refa, R Van Den Hoed
EVS32 symposium, 2019
102019
Smart charging electric vehicles based on a flexibility market
D Geelen, N Refa, R Spiering
AIM, 2019
92019
Exploring the role of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in electrifying passenger transportation
S Hardman, P Plotz, G Tal, J Axsen, E Figenbaum, S Karlsson, N Refa, ...
92019
Optimal integration of electric vehicles, PV, heat pumps in existing distribution grids in the Netherlands
L De Vos, N Leemput, N Refa, R Bernards, H Fidder, F de Rijke
AIM, 2019
42019
Network peak load reduction by home charge management of electric vehicles
M Berende, N Refa, P van Bokhoven, L Gardien
CIRED 2020 Berlin Workshop (CIRED 2020) 2020, 337-340, 2020
32020
Asynchronously updated predictions of electric vehicles' connection duration to a charging station
M Straka, M Jančura, N Refa, Ľ Buzna
2022 7th International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Technologies …, 2022
22022
Waar rijden én laden EV’s in de toekomst?
N Refa
Arnhem: ElaadNL, 2019
22019
The role of asymmetric prediction losses in smart charging of electric vehicles
M Straka, Ľ Buzna, N Refa, S Mazuelas
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 143, 108486, 2022
12022
Exploring electric vehicles owner's preferences and experiences with controlled charging: a mixed-method case study in the Netherlands
L Gardien, N Refa, M Tamis
Electric Vehicle Symposium 33, 2020
12020
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