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  1. The fast development of electric vehicles (EV) and EV chargers introduces many factors that affect the grid. EV charging and charge scheduling also bring challenges to EV drivers and grid operators. In this work, we propose a human-centric, data-driven, city-scale, multivariate optimization approach for the EV-interfaced grid. This approach takes into account user historical driving and charging habits, user preferences, EV characteristics, city-scale mobility, EV charger availability and price, and grid capacity. The user preferences include the trade-off between cost and time to charge, as well as incentives to participate in different energy-saving programs. We leverage deep reinforcement learning (DRL) to make recommendations to EV drivers and optimize their welfare while enhancing grid performance. 
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