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How to Choose the Right Electric Bus Charging Solution for Your School

When it comes to electrifying your school bus fleet, there is a lot of new information to navigate. We recently explained the different types of charging or energy services which clarifies the advantages of technology like vehicle-to-grid (V2G), but there are also important differences when it comes to AC and DC charging stations or EVSEs (electric vehicle supply equipment). Here’s a break [...]

Parker Project Successfully Proves Commercial Advantages of V2G

Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is gaining momentum as a viable and necessary solution to the electric grid challenges posed by the integration of renewable energy sources, adoption of electric vehicles (EV), and desire by municipalities to reduce CO2 emissions to slow the damaging effects of climate change. The Parker Project aimed to validate the commercial viability […]

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UC SAN DIEGO EXPANDS TRITON RIDES PROGRAM WITH VEHICLE-TO-GRID SERVICE FROM NUVVE

New Fleet of Electric Vehicles for Triton Rides Program Drives Pilot Project into Next Phase University of California San Diego has upgraded its free Triton Rides service to include an electric vehicle (EV) fleet complete with vehicle-to-grid (V2G) integration, an enhanced e-mobility service, with cars provided by San Diego green-tech leader, Nuvve. The collaboration will […]

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NUVVE SELECTED AS A 2018 RED HERRING TOP 100 GLOBAL

Pasadena, California — Red Herring announced its Top 100 Global in recognition of the leading private companies from North America, Europe, and Asia, celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries. Red Herring’s Top 100 Global list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring editors were […]

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Nuvve is mentioned twice in the Klima100 report from Realdania in Denmark.

Nuvve is mentioned twice in the Klima100 report from Realdania in Denmark. The Klima100 report showcases municipalities that have gone through innovative projects to better the environment. Nuvve has significant installations on the island of Bornholm where municipal services use electric vehicles for their daily operations linked to bidirectional vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers. Another Nuvve [...]

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Mitsubishi and Nuvve Implementing V2G Pilot Project Utilizing Outlander PHEVs

Mitsubishi will be implementing a vehicle-to-grid pilot project in Amsterdam based around the use of the battery packs outfitted in the Outlander PHEVs (plug-in hybrids), according to a new press release. The new vehicle-to-grid (V2G) pilot project is being conducted in cooperation with the Netherlands/Germany-based grid operator TenneT, the electric vehicle smart-charging solutions [...]

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The Fuse: Nuvve CEO On Vehicle-To-Grid Technology, Energy Storage, And Autonomy

by Matt Piotrowski | September 12, 2017   Gregory Poilasne is the co-founder and CEO of Nuvve Corp., a California-based start-up that develops vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. V2G uses electric vehicles as an energy storage solution while they are parked, which is on average more than 80 percent of the time. This process helps smooth grid imbalances and offers consumers economic […]

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NUVVE ENABLING VEHICLE TO GRID SERVICES

We operate as an industrial strategic partner, providing our know-how, our facilities and an international network to support start-ups with the highest potential, through partnerships with venture capital funds, universities, research centers and incubators. SCENARIO Electric grids and the energy resources that supply them are experiencing transformational changes worldwide.  The [...]

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The Economist Online: Horsepower v Cash cows

AS IF petrolheads did not already have reasons aplenty to hate electric vehicles. With oil prices rising inexorably (the recent dip notwithstanding) drivers of these silent, soulless battery-powered contraptions are set to look smugly on as gas-guzzlers burn a hole in their owners’ pockets. Now, adding insult to injury, research suggests that electric cars might actually make a profit for [...]

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AutoBlog: It’s payback time from your “Cashback Car”

BY: Richard Canny The problem with lithium-ion batteries is that they’re just still too costly. And heavy. And large. When the electric vehicles(EVs) that those batteries are installed in are actually being driven, their operating cost is unbeatable – about two to three cents per mile. The problem is that the typical EV (like most vehicles) […]

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Tech Crunch: Energy is the New Internet

If you’re not paying attention to what’s going on in energy, you should. We’ve seen this movie before. Spoiler alert: There’s massive economic opportunity ahead. How massive? Imagine standing in 1992, knowing that Google, Akamai, Netflix, Facebook, Amazon, eBay, BuzzFeed and Uber lay ahead. This time it’s the “enernet,” not the internet, that will transform […]

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Automotive World: Nissan and Enel launch groundbreaking vehicle-to-grid project in the UK

Automotive industry leader Nissan and multinational power company Enel today confirmed plans to launch a major vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trial – the first ever carried out in the UK. The trial will work by installing and connecting one hundred V2G units at locations agreed by private and fleet owners of the Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 electric van. By giving Nissan […]

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NJ Spotlight: Prototype Electric Vehicle Pumps Power Back Onto the Grid

By: Tom Johnson September 27, 2011 Grid operators could tap into car’s batteries when vehicle is parked and plugged in.   Here’s a novel thought: Instead of draining electricity from the power grid, electric vehicles can become a mobile source of generating power, especially at times of peak demand. It’s a concept that NRG Energy, […]

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Auto Blog: Nissan, Mitsubishi working together on electric vehicle-to-home standards

BY: Eric Loveday Following the quake in Japan, Nissan announced that its goal is not “becoming a [zero-emissions] car provider, but a creator of ZE society by taking a comprehensive ZE approach.” To that end, Nissanunveiled its Leaf-to-home electricity system. And it’s not stopping there. Teaming up with Mitsubishi, Nissan aims to standardize a device that […]

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Forbs: The Cash-Back Car: Monetizing Electric Vehicles

BY: Erica Gies While the market for electric vehicles is heating up, with waiting lists for both the Nissan Leaf and theChevy Volt and startup companies like Tesla, Arcimoto, and Coda Automotive upping their games, some industry watchers still wonder whether electric vehicles will ever become a significant part of the auto market. But what if […]

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Venture Beat: The “Cash-back car”: Danish EV owners to sell power back to the grid

BY: CIARA BYRNE US company Nuvve will use Denmark as the first test market for a new technology allowing electric vehicle (EV) owners to sell energy stored in their EV batteries back to the grid. The first pilot will consist of 30 cars. According to Nuvve, individual EV owners could make $10,000 over the lifetime of a vehicle (estimated at […]