N.P. Ivanenko

Èlektron. model. 2022, 44(6):102-111


The fleet of electric vehicles in the world is growing rapidly, as its use allows reducing the consumption of fossil fuels, as well as the corresponding emissions of greenhouse gases and pollutants into the atmosphere. The elaboration of Ukraine’s national strategy for the development of electric transport should be based on thorough studies of the impact of its implementation on the functioning of the Integrated Energy System of Ukraine. The aim of the paper was to study the impact of the potential introduction of electric transport on the operation of the Integrated Energy System of Ukraine, namely the effect of EM charging modes on the fossil fuel consumption of the IES and therefore emissions of GHG and other pollutants. The information and software complex developed at the Institute of General Energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine was used for the calculations. A set of calculations of the operation of the IES was carried out for different charging modes of electric transport: standard, uniform and night. The use of the night charging mode of electric vehicles allows reducing the amount of fossil fuel combustion and emissions of GHG and pollutants by approximately 9%.


Ukraine’s Integrated energy system, emissions of greenhouse gases, energy efficiency.


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