As some of your may know, Electric Vehicles have been around for some time, the earliest appearing by 1837, designed by Robert Davidson. This article on Yahoo News talks about some early work Ferdinand Porsche did with EV’s. Certainly not the Porsche you’re used to seeing, but today they’re returning to their roots. The EV’s simplicity made […]
From the article: “California has the nation’s most aggressive goals for renewable power and also wants to put 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road over the next decade. State officials say vehicle-to-grid technology could point toward a way to accomplish both goals faster, for less money.” Read the full text here: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-electric-cars-20131229,0,5640652.story#ixzz2ozVvAq68
We’re excited to share that Honda has joined the V2G demonstration program at University of Delaware. Honda will help build off the V2G research and Grid on Wheels project that UDel has been operating along with EVGrid, PJM, and other partners. The Honda Accord plug in hybrid demonstration vehicle is equipped with a bi-directional charger like those […]
By 2020, California will have enough grid storage to power nearly a million homes (1.3GW). This is required by the CPUC’s decision this month that was set in motion by California Assembly Bill 2514 (AB 2514) in 2010. The decision requires that the state’s utilities must begin buying energy storage by 2014 from California’s current 35 megawatts […]
<p> EV Grid has supplied 30 <a href=”http://www.miniusa.com/minie-usa/” target=”_blank”>Mini-E</a> that have been modified for V2G and <a href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAE_J1772″ target=”_blank”>J1772</a> to operate in fleet service and provide grid regulation as part of the <a href=”http://grid-on-wheels.com” target=”_blank”>Grid on Wheels</a> program. </p> <p> <img src=”http://grid-on-wheels.com/images/GOWlogooverblack.gif”><br> </p> <p> Grid on Wheels participates in PJM’s hour-ahead reg-up and reg-down markets which in […]
Take a look below at this short video regarding the current project in Delaware with V2G enabled vehicles to interface with the power grid. Senator Coons of Delaware is a member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. EV Grid is proud to be involved with this project and is looking forward to being a […]
Tom Gage travels to Taiwan to present on V2G and EV technologies. ABSTRACT – Advanced communications and controls can allow electric vehicles to provide valuable benefits to the grid. Without such controls, EVs can create serious problems at the distribution level. Ultimately, realizing the benefits of electric vehicles depends on effective integration of the vehicles with the […]
University of Notre Dame investigate ways to help grid issues with V2G technology. Read more here.
Discovery-News.com: Jorge Ribas rides along with Willett Kempton, a pioneer in the V2G world.