Liana Cipcigan
Liana Cipcigan
Professor of Transport Electrification and Smart Grids, Cardiff University
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Optimal battery storage operation for PV systems with tariff incentives
AS Hassan, L Cipcigan, N Jenkins
Applied Energy 203, 422-441, 2017
Can innovative business models overcome resistance to electric vehicles? Better Place and battery electric cars in Denmark
TB Christensen, P Wells, L Cipcigan
Energy policy 48, 498-505, 2012
A data-driven approach for characterising the charging demand of electric vehicles: A UK case study
E Xydas, C Marmaras, LM Cipcigan, N Jenkins, S Carroll, M Barker
Applied energy 162, 763-771, 2016
Frequency control of future power systems: reviewing and evaluating challenges and new control methods
ZA Obaid, LM Cipcigan, L Abrahim, MT Muhssin
Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy 7 (1), 9-25, 2019
Electric vehicles' impact on British distribution networks
P Papadopoulos, S Skarvelis-Kazakos, I Grau, LM Cipcigan, N Jenkins
IET Electrical Systems in Transportation 2 (3), 91-102, 2012
A multi-agent based scheduling algorithm for adaptive electric vehicles charging
E Xydas, C Marmaras, LM Cipcigan
Applied energy 177, 354-365, 2016
Investigation of the reverse power flow requirements of high penetrations of small-scale embedded generation
LM Cipcigan, PC Taylor
IET Renewable Power Generation 1 (3), 160-166, 2007
Coordination of the charging of electric vehicles using a multi-agent system
P Papadopoulos, N Jenkins, LM Cipcigan, I Grau, E Zabala
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 4 (4), 1802-1809, 2013
Simulation of electric vehicle driver behaviour in road transport and electric power networks
C Marmaras, E Xydas, L Cipcigan
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 80, 239-256, 2017
Management of electric vehicle battery charging in distribution networks with multi-agent systems
IG Unda, P Papadopoulos, S Skarvelis-Kazakos, LM Cipcigan, N Jenkins, ...
Electric Power Systems Research 110, 172-179, 2014
Distribution networks with electric vehicles
P Papadopoulos, LM Cipcigan, N Jenkins, I Grau
2009 44th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-5, 2009
Virtual power plant control concepts with electric vehicles
AF Raab, M Ferdowsi, E Karfopoulos, IG Unda, S Skarvelis-Kazakos, ...
2011 16th International Conference on Intelligent System Applications to …, 2011
Power system oscillations and control: Classifications and PSSs’ design methods: A review
ZA Obaid, LM Cipcigan, MT Muhssin
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 79, 839-849, 2017
Predicting electric vehicle impacts on residential distribution networks with distributed generation
P Papadopoulos, S Skarvelis-Kazakos, I Grau, LM Cipcigan, N Jenkins
2010 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, 1-5, 2010
Forecasting electric vehicle charging demand using support vector machines
ES Xydas, CE Marmaras, LM Cipcigan, AS Hassan, N Jenkins
2013 48th International Universities' Power Engineering Conference (UPEC), 1-6, 2013
Policy and regulation for smart grids in the United Kingdom
PM Connor, PE Baker, D Xenias, N Balta-Ozkan, CJ Axon, L Cipcigan
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 40, 269-286, 2014
Probabilistic wind power forecasting and its application in the scheduling of gas-fired generators
E Xydas, M Qadrdan, C Marmaras, L Cipcigan, N Jenkins, H Ameli
Applied Energy 192, 382-394, 2017
Impact of residential charging of electric vehicles on distribution networks, a probabilistic approach
P Papadopoulos, S Skarvelis-Kazakos, I Grau, B Awad, LM Cipcigan, ...
45th International Universities Power Engineering Conference UPEC2010, 1-5, 2010
Electric vehicle load forecasting using data mining methods
S Xydas, CE Marmaras, LM Cipcigan, AS Hassan, N Jenkins
IET Digital Library, 2013
An investigation of voltage unbalance in low voltage distribution networks with high levels of SSEG
P Trichakis, PC Taylor, LM Cipcigan, PF Lyons, R Hair, T Ma
Proceedings of the 41st International Universities Power Engineering …, 2006
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