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 savings could be achieved by providing grid balancing services through a Vehicle to Grid (V2G) system.
– 50 “smart” unidirectional chargers (Nuvve Powerports) installed with residential customers around France who own a Peugeot iOn or Citroën C0
– 15 V2G fleet stations in the Paris area
– Charging expected to be carried out when there is surplus electricity supply on the grid; discharging expected to be carried out when there is surplus electricity demand on the grid
– EV charge/discharge patterns
– Grid balancing both bidirectionally and unidirectionally
– Demand charge
– Stacking of services and vehicles
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