- We are committed to the distributed and coordinated management of networked new energy systems (such as large-scale EV charging networks).
- Our activities cover research work from energy storage devices, battery-supercapacitor hybrid energy systems to “wind-solar-storage” complementary microgrids and large-scale EV charging network systems, etc.
- IEEE Industrial Electronics Technical News (ITeN) twice reported our IEEE journal papers on multi-agent modeling and game theory-based energy management.
- We have established long-term cooperative relationships with the world’s leading companies and participated in national projects in the energy field.
Future Directions–better connected and intelligent “green” energy sysems:
Charging behavior-based EV fleet charging coordination and demand-side management.
Energy efficient information systems such as data centers and 5G networks.