This page shows the smart charging profile, a profile based on the 'Slim Laden voor Iedereen' program (the Dutch national program on Smart Charging) that aims to spread the peak load by reducing the available power during peak hours. The annual smart charging profile is an aggregated profile based on the distribution of electricity demand over different location types. The second plot displays the 95th percentile of the electricity demand for each location type. In other words, for 95% of the days the electricity demand stays within the boundaries shown by the plot.
This profile allows one additional input parameter for the simulation, the fleet proportion that applies smart charging. This parameter shows what the charging profile looks like when only a proportion of the EVs applies smart charging. Only home- and public location types are considered for smart charging. Therefore, the total demand is distributed between these two location types. The last two graphs compare the daily 95th percentiles of the regular charging profile versus the smart charging profile (for home- and public charging).
It is possible to zoom in on the charts either by adjusting the sliders or by horizontally dragging over the charts itself. The 'Reset Zoom' button resets the visual to its original state.