Business - 07/July/2017

Vehicle to grid experiment with global perspectives

An international group of companies has come together in a Danish experiment that sells the power stored in parked electric cars to the grid operator for use as frequency regulation

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Japanese electric vans, Italian charging equipment, and American IT are coming together to make commercial vehicle-to-grid systems for regulation of grid frequency a Danish reality with global perspectives. ...

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