Energy Storage in the Fastlane, a presentation by Paul Stith at the First Annual California Multi-Agency Update on Vehicle-Grid Integration Research, November 19, 2014 Energy Storage in the Fast Lane from Paul Stith



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 […]



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.

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