Enabling Publish/Subscribe Communication for On-the-Move Electric Vehicle Charging Management

Yue Cao, Tong Wang, Yunfeng Wang

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The introduction of Electric Vehicle (EVs) has a great potential for the reductions of carbon emissions and air pollution. Whereas, EVs are more likely to run out of energy and need to be charged during their journeys. This is mainly due to the limited EV battery capacity and long trip distance in big cities. Practically, this concern could be substantially improved by recharging EVs' electricity at deployed public Charging Stations (CSs) during journeys. However, even if the flexibility of public CSs could be improved and adjusted following the rapid growth of EVs, major technical challenges and contributions in this chapter involve decision making intelligence for the selection of CSs as charging plans, and the provisioning communication infrastructure for secure information dissemination within network.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSecurity Solutions and Applied Cryptography in Smart Grid Communications
EditorsMohamed Amine Ferrag, Ahmed Ahmim
Place of PublicationHershey, PA
PublisherIGI Global
ISBN (Print)9781522518297
Publication statusPublished - 2017


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