Kaluza has created a new platform to help local energy providers manage electricity supply and demand between a mix of vehicle charging technologies.
Energy company EON and Nissan have installed 20 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers as part of a trial to establish the benefits for fleet operators and is looking for more participants.
By Leon Rooke, commercial sales manager at Centrica Business Solutions
More electric vehicles (EVs) and smart chargers could have saved the National Grid up to £133 million during the lockdown period, it has been suggested.
Lotus is partnering with Centrica to develop a new model for electric vehicle ownership that “fully integrates future mobility and energy”.
The companies will use GridShare, Moixa’s AI powered software, to enable EV drivers to deliver essential flexibility to the UK energy system while reducing home energy bills.
Research from vehicle-to-grid (V2G) demonstrator E-Flex reveals that cost is biggest barrier to electrification.
A new report on vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology has found EV drivers could save up to £300 a year by storing and sharing electricity in their car’s battery.
Nissan and EDF have signed a deal to work together on developing smart charging solutions, known as vehicle to grid (V2G), for electric vehicles (EVs).
Vehicle to grid technology has the potential to earn electric vehicle operators money, but it is not without some risks.
A £400,000 Government-funded project is to investigate whether gamification could encourage electric car drivers to engage with vehicle-to-grid technologies.
Government awards £30 million in funding to vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trials involving 21 projects.
NewMotion has installed public charge points that can charge EVS and deliver electricity back to the grid by using Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology.
£30m funding for new vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technologies aims to help EVs deliver electricity back to the smart grid, to light homes and power businesses.
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