Projects

Since 2012, Nuvve has been partnering with leaders in the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) space to test and prove our platform. Here are a few of the V2G projects we have been working on.

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  • AFRICA
  • ASIA PACIFIC
  • DENMARK
  • ELECTRIC BUSES
  • EUROPE
  • FRANCE
  • JAPAN
  • UK
  • USA

BD4OPEM: Big Data for Open Innovation Energy Marketplace

The objectives of BD4OPEM are to design, develop and deploy a marketplace for large-scale multi-party data exchanges, management, governance and real-time processing of energy-related data in smart distribution grids.

UN HOUSE NAMIBIA

Nuvve has been working with UNDP and partners to install two VGI chargers in the new EV charging facility at the UN House in Windhoek, Namibia, to demonstrate how VGI can help integrate solar and other renewable-sourced energy to the grid.

BOSS: Bornholm Smartgrid Secured

The BOSS (Bornholm Smartgrid Secured) will develop and demonstrate a 1MW/1MWh BESS – the largest battery in Denmark to date using V2G technology.

PROJECT LEO

Project Overview Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) will demonstrate a neutral "Market Integrator" that provides real-time information to allow a local energy market place to function effectively whilst maintaining network integrity (DSO services). The project will have a variety of plug-in projects (solar, heat networks, smart neighborhoods, micro-grids, EV and transport hubs, new housing developments [...]

NUVVE BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEM

Project Goal Use second-life automotive battery systems to demonstrate frequency regulation services of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and benefits to ISO operators. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: September 2017 Projected End: December 2018 LOCATION Delaware, USA PARTNERS PJM Customized Energy Solutions (CES) EVGRID University of Delaware DETAILS - 220kW storage performing frequency regulation for PJM (the largest ISO [...]

GRID MOTION | PSA

Project Goal Evaluate possible savings achieved by real-life electric vehicle (EV) users through the implementation of smart charging and discharging strategies for EVs. An electric driver’s electricity bill could be reduced, with no impact on transportation use, by shifting charging times from periods of higher electricity prices to periods of lower electricity prices. Even further [...]

NIA | NORTHERN POWERGRID

Project Goal The Network Impact Project will determine the connections required for bidirectional electric vehicle (EV) chargers and inform connection standards to the Energy Networks Association (ENA). It also seeks to understand any impact on power quality resulting from the use of vehicle-to-grid (V2G). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: April 2018 LOCATION United Kingdom PARTNERS Northern Powergrid [...]

ACES (ACROSS CONTINENTS EV SERVICES)

The ACES project intends to holistically investigate technical and economic system benefits and impacts by large scale electric vehicle integration in Bornholm, Denmark.

PARKER PROJECT

The Parker Project aimed to demonstrate how electric vehicle (EV) batteries can support the grid. The project concluded with this result: “EVs can actively support the electricity grid and can do so on a large scale without compromising the users’ comfort, battery performance and economy.”

METI

Project Goal Accelerate the introduction of plug-in hybrid vehicles/electric vehicles) (PHVs/EVs), which only have low negative environmental impacts by providing new value streams of PHVs/EVs with bidirectional chargers. Reduce the cost of demand and supply adjustment of electricity by acquiring new types of Distributed Energy Resources resulting in further diversification. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: November 2018 [...]

E-FLEX | INNOVATE UK

Project Overview E-Flex exists to demonstrate the commercial potential of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) in energy markets, and establish it as an essential component of the zero-carbon economy. It seeks to change the way we think about the relationship between vehicles and energy. The project will use real-world testing and deployments to deliver concrete proof of the [...]

NYSERDA

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services on fleets at college campuses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: Q1 2019 Projected End: Q2 2020 LOCATION Queens, New York PARTNERS NYSERDA Queens College, City University of New York Genesis Engineering Dr. Steven Letendre, PhD DETAILS - Funded by NYSERDA - 3 V1G vehicles and 3 V2G [...]

TORRANCE ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) benefits of energy and building management to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G and V2B help reduce the total cost of ownership and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT [...]

EVSA

Project Goal Demonstrate that vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is a viable and low cost energy storage resource that can provide services to the grid. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: 2016 Projected End: Q3 2019 LOCATION California, USA PARTNERS EVgo Nissan Honda EPRI E3 Princeton Power Systems DETAILS - $1 million in funding from the NRG-EVgo settlement - 8 bidirectional [...]

UCSD INVENT

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of advanced vehicle grid integration (VGI) applications for electric vehicles (EVs) by demonstrating that EV owners can share their batteries when not needed (i.e., when parked and sufficiently charged). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: October 2017 Projected End: Q4 2020 LOCATION California, USA DETAILS - $4 million in funding from the [...]

RIALTO ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits of energy to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G helps reduce the costs over time and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: June 2017 Projected End: 2021 LOCATION California, [...]

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  • CALIFORNIA
  • DELAWARE
  • ELECTRIC BUSES
  • NEW YORK

NUVVE BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEM

Project Goal Use second-life automotive battery systems to demonstrate frequency regulation services of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and benefits to ISO operators. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: September 2017 Projected End: December 2018 LOCATION Delaware, USA PARTNERS PJM Customized Energy Solutions (CES) EVGRID University of Delaware DETAILS - 220kW storage performing frequency regulation for PJM (the largest ISO [...]

NYSERDA

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services on fleets at college campuses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: Q1 2019 Projected End: Q2 2020 LOCATION Queens, New York PARTNERS NYSERDA Queens College, City University of New York Genesis Engineering Dr. Steven Letendre, PhD DETAILS - Funded by NYSERDA - 3 V1G vehicles and 3 V2G [...]

TORRANCE ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) benefits of energy and building management to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G and V2B help reduce the total cost of ownership and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT [...]

EVSA

Project Goal Demonstrate that vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is a viable and low cost energy storage resource that can provide services to the grid. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: 2016 Projected End: Q3 2019 LOCATION California, USA PARTNERS EVgo Nissan Honda EPRI E3 Princeton Power Systems DETAILS - $1 million in funding from the NRG-EVgo settlement - 8 bidirectional [...]

UCSD INVENT

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of advanced vehicle grid integration (VGI) applications for electric vehicles (EVs) by demonstrating that EV owners can share their batteries when not needed (i.e., when parked and sufficiently charged). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: October 2017 Projected End: Q4 2020 LOCATION California, USA DETAILS - $4 million in funding from the [...]

RIALTO ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits of energy to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G helps reduce the costs over time and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: June 2017 Projected End: 2021 LOCATION California, [...]

  • All
  • AFRICA
  • CURRENT
  • ELECTRIC BUSES

BD4OPEM: Big Data for Open Innovation Energy Marketplace

The objectives of BD4OPEM are to design, develop and deploy a marketplace for large-scale multi-party data exchanges, management, governance and real-time processing of energy-related data in smart distribution grids.

UN HOUSE NAMIBIA

Nuvve has been working with UNDP and partners to install two VGI chargers in the new EV charging facility at the UN House in Windhoek, Namibia, to demonstrate how VGI can help integrate solar and other renewable-sourced energy to the grid.

BOSS: Bornholm Smartgrid Secured

The BOSS (Bornholm Smartgrid Secured) will develop and demonstrate a 1MW/1MWh BESS – the largest battery in Denmark to date using V2G technology.

PROJECT LEO

Project Overview Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) will demonstrate a neutral "Market Integrator" that provides real-time information to allow a local energy market place to function effectively whilst maintaining network integrity (DSO services). The project will have a variety of plug-in projects (solar, heat networks, smart neighborhoods, micro-grids, EV and transport hubs, new housing developments [...]

NUVVE BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEM

Project Goal Use second-life automotive battery systems to demonstrate frequency regulation services of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and benefits to ISO operators. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: September 2017 Projected End: December 2018 LOCATION Delaware, USA PARTNERS PJM Customized Energy Solutions (CES) EVGRID University of Delaware DETAILS - 220kW storage performing frequency regulation for PJM (the largest ISO [...]

GRID MOTION | PSA

Project Goal Evaluate possible savings achieved by real-life electric vehicle (EV) users through the implementation of smart charging and discharging strategies for EVs. An electric driver’s electricity bill could be reduced, with no impact on transportation use, by shifting charging times from periods of higher electricity prices to periods of lower electricity prices. Even further [...]

NIA | NORTHERN POWERGRID

Project Goal The Network Impact Project will determine the connections required for bidirectional electric vehicle (EV) chargers and inform connection standards to the Energy Networks Association (ENA). It also seeks to understand any impact on power quality resulting from the use of vehicle-to-grid (V2G). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: April 2018 LOCATION United Kingdom PARTNERS Northern Powergrid [...]

ACES (ACROSS CONTINENTS EV SERVICES)

The ACES project intends to holistically investigate technical and economic system benefits and impacts by large scale electric vehicle integration in Bornholm, Denmark.

METI

Project Goal Accelerate the introduction of plug-in hybrid vehicles/electric vehicles) (PHVs/EVs), which only have low negative environmental impacts by providing new value streams of PHVs/EVs with bidirectional chargers. Reduce the cost of demand and supply adjustment of electricity by acquiring new types of Distributed Energy Resources resulting in further diversification. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: November 2018 [...]

E-FLEX | INNOVATE UK

Project Overview E-Flex exists to demonstrate the commercial potential of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) in energy markets, and establish it as an essential component of the zero-carbon economy. It seeks to change the way we think about the relationship between vehicles and energy. The project will use real-world testing and deployments to deliver concrete proof of the [...]

NYSERDA

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services on fleets at college campuses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: Q1 2019 Projected End: Q2 2020 LOCATION Queens, New York PARTNERS NYSERDA Queens College, City University of New York Genesis Engineering Dr. Steven Letendre, PhD DETAILS - Funded by NYSERDA - 3 V1G vehicles and 3 V2G [...]

TORRANCE ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) benefits of energy and building management to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G and V2B help reduce the total cost of ownership and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT [...]

EVSA

Project Goal Demonstrate that vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is a viable and low cost energy storage resource that can provide services to the grid. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: 2016 Projected End: Q3 2019 LOCATION California, USA PARTNERS EVgo Nissan Honda EPRI E3 Princeton Power Systems DETAILS - $1 million in funding from the NRG-EVgo settlement - 8 bidirectional [...]

UCSD INVENT

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of advanced vehicle grid integration (VGI) applications for electric vehicles (EVs) by demonstrating that EV owners can share their batteries when not needed (i.e., when parked and sufficiently charged). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: October 2017 Projected End: Q4 2020 LOCATION California, USA DETAILS - $4 million in funding from the [...]

RIALTO ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits of energy to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G helps reduce the costs over time and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: June 2017 Projected End: 2021 LOCATION California, [...]

  • All
  • COMPLETED

PARKER PROJECT

The Parker Project aimed to demonstrate how electric vehicle (EV) batteries can support the grid. The project concluded with this result: “EVs can actively support the electricity grid and can do so on a large scale without compromising the users’ comfort, battery performance and economy.”

COUNTRIES
  • All
  • AFRICA
  • ASIA PACIFIC
  • DENMARK
  • ELECTRIC BUSES
  • EUROPE
  • FRANCE
  • JAPAN
  • UK
  • USA

BD4OPEM: Big Data for Open Innovation Energy Marketplace

The objectives of BD4OPEM are to design, develop and deploy a marketplace for large-scale multi-party data exchanges, management, governance and real-time processing of energy-related data in smart distribution grids.

UN HOUSE NAMIBIA

Nuvve has been working with UNDP and partners to install two VGI chargers in the new EV charging facility at the UN House in Windhoek, Namibia, to demonstrate how VGI can help integrate solar and other renewable-sourced energy to the grid.

BOSS: Bornholm Smartgrid Secured

The BOSS (Bornholm Smartgrid Secured) will develop and demonstrate a 1MW/1MWh BESS – the largest battery in Denmark to date using V2G technology.

PROJECT LEO

Project Overview Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) will demonstrate a neutral "Market Integrator" that provides real-time information to allow a local energy market place to function effectively whilst maintaining network integrity (DSO services). The project will have a variety of plug-in projects (solar, heat networks, smart neighborhoods, micro-grids, EV and transport hubs, new housing developments [...]

NUVVE BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEM

Project Goal Use second-life automotive battery systems to demonstrate frequency regulation services of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and benefits to ISO operators. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: September 2017 Projected End: December 2018 LOCATION Delaware, USA PARTNERS PJM Customized Energy Solutions (CES) EVGRID University of Delaware DETAILS - 220kW storage performing frequency regulation for PJM (the largest ISO [...]

GRID MOTION | PSA

Project Goal Evaluate possible savings achieved by real-life electric vehicle (EV) users through the implementation of smart charging and discharging strategies for EVs. An electric driver’s electricity bill could be reduced, with no impact on transportation use, by shifting charging times from periods of higher electricity prices to periods of lower electricity prices. Even further [...]

NIA | NORTHERN POWERGRID

Project Goal The Network Impact Project will determine the connections required for bidirectional electric vehicle (EV) chargers and inform connection standards to the Energy Networks Association (ENA). It also seeks to understand any impact on power quality resulting from the use of vehicle-to-grid (V2G). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: April 2018 LOCATION United Kingdom PARTNERS Northern Powergrid [...]

ACES (ACROSS CONTINENTS EV SERVICES)

The ACES project intends to holistically investigate technical and economic system benefits and impacts by large scale electric vehicle integration in Bornholm, Denmark.

PARKER PROJECT

The Parker Project aimed to demonstrate how electric vehicle (EV) batteries can support the grid. The project concluded with this result: “EVs can actively support the electricity grid and can do so on a large scale without compromising the users’ comfort, battery performance and economy.”

METI

Project Goal Accelerate the introduction of plug-in hybrid vehicles/electric vehicles) (PHVs/EVs), which only have low negative environmental impacts by providing new value streams of PHVs/EVs with bidirectional chargers. Reduce the cost of demand and supply adjustment of electricity by acquiring new types of Distributed Energy Resources resulting in further diversification. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: November 2018 [...]

E-FLEX | INNOVATE UK

Project Overview E-Flex exists to demonstrate the commercial potential of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) in energy markets, and establish it as an essential component of the zero-carbon economy. It seeks to change the way we think about the relationship between vehicles and energy. The project will use real-world testing and deployments to deliver concrete proof of the [...]

NYSERDA

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services on fleets at college campuses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: Q1 2019 Projected End: Q2 2020 LOCATION Queens, New York PARTNERS NYSERDA Queens College, City University of New York Genesis Engineering Dr. Steven Letendre, PhD DETAILS - Funded by NYSERDA - 3 V1G vehicles and 3 V2G [...]

TORRANCE ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) benefits of energy and building management to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G and V2B help reduce the total cost of ownership and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT [...]

EVSA

Project Goal Demonstrate that vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is a viable and low cost energy storage resource that can provide services to the grid. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: 2016 Projected End: Q3 2019 LOCATION California, USA PARTNERS EVgo Nissan Honda EPRI E3 Princeton Power Systems DETAILS - $1 million in funding from the NRG-EVgo settlement - 8 bidirectional [...]

UCSD INVENT

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of advanced vehicle grid integration (VGI) applications for electric vehicles (EVs) by demonstrating that EV owners can share their batteries when not needed (i.e., when parked and sufficiently charged). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: October 2017 Projected End: Q4 2020 LOCATION California, USA DETAILS - $4 million in funding from the [...]

RIALTO ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits of energy to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G helps reduce the costs over time and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: June 2017 Projected End: 2021 LOCATION California, [...]

STATES
  • All
  • CALIFORNIA
  • DELAWARE
  • ELECTRIC BUSES
  • NEW YORK

NUVVE BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEM

Project Goal Use second-life automotive battery systems to demonstrate frequency regulation services of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and benefits to ISO operators. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: September 2017 Projected End: December 2018 LOCATION Delaware, USA PARTNERS PJM Customized Energy Solutions (CES) EVGRID University of Delaware DETAILS - 220kW storage performing frequency regulation for PJM (the largest ISO [...]

NYSERDA

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services on fleets at college campuses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: Q1 2019 Projected End: Q2 2020 LOCATION Queens, New York PARTNERS NYSERDA Queens College, City University of New York Genesis Engineering Dr. Steven Letendre, PhD DETAILS - Funded by NYSERDA - 3 V1G vehicles and 3 V2G [...]

TORRANCE ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) benefits of energy and building management to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G and V2B help reduce the total cost of ownership and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT [...]

EVSA

Project Goal Demonstrate that vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is a viable and low cost energy storage resource that can provide services to the grid. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: 2016 Projected End: Q3 2019 LOCATION California, USA PARTNERS EVgo Nissan Honda EPRI E3 Princeton Power Systems DETAILS - $1 million in funding from the NRG-EVgo settlement - 8 bidirectional [...]

UCSD INVENT

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of advanced vehicle grid integration (VGI) applications for electric vehicles (EVs) by demonstrating that EV owners can share their batteries when not needed (i.e., when parked and sufficiently charged). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: October 2017 Projected End: Q4 2020 LOCATION California, USA DETAILS - $4 million in funding from the [...]

RIALTO ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits of energy to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G helps reduce the costs over time and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: June 2017 Projected End: 2021 LOCATION California, [...]

CURRENT
  • All
  • AFRICA
  • CURRENT
  • ELECTRIC BUSES

BD4OPEM: Big Data for Open Innovation Energy Marketplace

The objectives of BD4OPEM are to design, develop and deploy a marketplace for large-scale multi-party data exchanges, management, governance and real-time processing of energy-related data in smart distribution grids.

UN HOUSE NAMIBIA

Nuvve has been working with UNDP and partners to install two VGI chargers in the new EV charging facility at the UN House in Windhoek, Namibia, to demonstrate how VGI can help integrate solar and other renewable-sourced energy to the grid.

BOSS: Bornholm Smartgrid Secured

The BOSS (Bornholm Smartgrid Secured) will develop and demonstrate a 1MW/1MWh BESS – the largest battery in Denmark to date using V2G technology.

PROJECT LEO

Project Overview Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) will demonstrate a neutral "Market Integrator" that provides real-time information to allow a local energy market place to function effectively whilst maintaining network integrity (DSO services). The project will have a variety of plug-in projects (solar, heat networks, smart neighborhoods, micro-grids, EV and transport hubs, new housing developments [...]

NUVVE BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEM

Project Goal Use second-life automotive battery systems to demonstrate frequency regulation services of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and benefits to ISO operators. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: September 2017 Projected End: December 2018 LOCATION Delaware, USA PARTNERS PJM Customized Energy Solutions (CES) EVGRID University of Delaware DETAILS - 220kW storage performing frequency regulation for PJM (the largest ISO [...]

GRID MOTION | PSA

Project Goal Evaluate possible savings achieved by real-life electric vehicle (EV) users through the implementation of smart charging and discharging strategies for EVs. An electric driver’s electricity bill could be reduced, with no impact on transportation use, by shifting charging times from periods of higher electricity prices to periods of lower electricity prices. Even further [...]

NIA | NORTHERN POWERGRID

Project Goal The Network Impact Project will determine the connections required for bidirectional electric vehicle (EV) chargers and inform connection standards to the Energy Networks Association (ENA). It also seeks to understand any impact on power quality resulting from the use of vehicle-to-grid (V2G). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: April 2018 LOCATION United Kingdom PARTNERS Northern Powergrid [...]

ACES (ACROSS CONTINENTS EV SERVICES)

The ACES project intends to holistically investigate technical and economic system benefits and impacts by large scale electric vehicle integration in Bornholm, Denmark.

METI

Project Goal Accelerate the introduction of plug-in hybrid vehicles/electric vehicles) (PHVs/EVs), which only have low negative environmental impacts by providing new value streams of PHVs/EVs with bidirectional chargers. Reduce the cost of demand and supply adjustment of electricity by acquiring new types of Distributed Energy Resources resulting in further diversification. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: November 2018 [...]

E-FLEX | INNOVATE UK

Project Overview E-Flex exists to demonstrate the commercial potential of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) in energy markets, and establish it as an essential component of the zero-carbon economy. It seeks to change the way we think about the relationship between vehicles and energy. The project will use real-world testing and deployments to deliver concrete proof of the [...]

NYSERDA

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services on fleets at college campuses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: Q1 2019 Projected End: Q2 2020 LOCATION Queens, New York PARTNERS NYSERDA Queens College, City University of New York Genesis Engineering Dr. Steven Letendre, PhD DETAILS - Funded by NYSERDA - 3 V1G vehicles and 3 V2G [...]

TORRANCE ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) benefits of energy and building management to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G and V2B help reduce the total cost of ownership and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT [...]

EVSA

Project Goal Demonstrate that vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is a viable and low cost energy storage resource that can provide services to the grid. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: 2016 Projected End: Q3 2019 LOCATION California, USA PARTNERS EVgo Nissan Honda EPRI E3 Princeton Power Systems DETAILS - $1 million in funding from the NRG-EVgo settlement - 8 bidirectional [...]

UCSD INVENT

Project Goal Demonstrate the real-world benefits of advanced vehicle grid integration (VGI) applications for electric vehicles (EVs) by demonstrating that EV owners can share their batteries when not needed (i.e., when parked and sufficiently charged). PROJECT TIMELINE Start: October 2017 Projected End: Q4 2020 LOCATION California, USA DETAILS - $4 million in funding from the [...]

RIALTO ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES

Project Goal Demonstrate the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits of energy to fleet services such as school districts. While investing in electric school buses has a higher initial cost, V2G helps reduce the costs over time and are a safer, less pollutant solution for kids riding buses. PROJECT TIMELINE Start: June 2017 Projected End: 2021 LOCATION California, [...]

COMPLETED
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  • COMPLETED

PARKER PROJECT

The Parker Project aimed to demonstrate how electric vehicle (EV) batteries can support the grid. The project concluded with this result: “EVs can actively support the electricity grid and can do so on a large scale without compromising the users’ comfort, battery performance and economy.”