Research and design an electric car charging station using solar energy integrating an IoT technology monitoring system



  • Dinh Thi Thanh Loan Industrial Vocational College Hanoi
  • Doan Quang Trung Center for Vietnam Young Talents, Science and Technology
  • Mai Huu Thuan (Corresponding Author) Hanoi University of Science and Technology



Electric car charging station; Solar power system; Electric car (EC); IOT technology.


As technology advances, the cost of renewable energy equipment decreases, which has resulted in a massive increase in solar photovoltaic installations. In this study, we designed and calculated a solar power system for a charging station for 12 electric cars that integrates an energy protection system using IOT technology. The analysis results of the independent EV-PV charging station model and the grid-connected model with storage have shown the efficiency and profitability of each model. The solar energy system utilizes an IoT-based monitoring system to enhance the capacity and quality of electricity for electric vehicle charging stations. This is achieved through a sensor network that monitors factors affecting the efficiency of solar panels, such as dust, solar radiation intensity, weather conditions, and the tilt angle of the solar panel arrays. Smart Monitoring displays the daily usage of renewable energy, helps the users to analyze energy usage, will help us in its maintenance, fault detection, and will give us a record of all the data and electricity issues.


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How to Cite

Dinh Thi Thanh Loan, Doan Quang Trung, and D. T. Mai Huu. “Research and Design an Electric Car Charging Station Using Solar Energy Integrating an IoT Technology Monitoring System”. Journal of Military Science and Technology, vol. 96, no. 96, June 2024, pp. 107-15, doi:10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.96.2024.107-115.



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