EVGrid and Grid on Wheels featured in the New York Times!

Brandon Budenz, a researcher, with part of the University of Delaware’s vehicle-to-grid fleet.

…from the article:

WASHINGTON – Finally, payback for the plug-in.

A line of Mini Coopers, each attached to the regional power grid by a thick cable plugged in where a gasoline filler pipe used to be, no longer just draws energy. The power now flows two ways between the cars and the electric grid, as the cars inject and suck fkfactoryrolex.com power in tiny jolts, and get paid for it.

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