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Nuvve joins four other companies as the newest cohort in the San Diego International Airport’s Innovation Lab.

“The Lab was launched to reduce barriers for innovators to break into the aviation industry. Its goals are to develop concepts that can enhance the passenger experience, improve operational efficiency, increase revenues and/or decrease costs.”

Nuvve will be setting up plans to test both unidirectional (V1G) electric vehicle (EV) charging for customer parking and bidirectional vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charging for airport operations vehicles. These charging stations will be connected to Nuvve’s GIVe software platform to manage the charge and discharge of the vehicle batteries. The goal of the test is to determine the value of V2G at an airport and discover best use cases.



Serving a record 24 million passengers in 2018, San Diego International Airport (SAN) offers nonstop services to 70 destinations in the continental U.S., Europe, Asia, Mexico and Canada. In operation since 1928, the airport is celebrating more than 90 years of service to the San Diego region. The airport has been managed by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority since 2003. The Airport Authority plans for and provides air transportation services to the region with safe, effective facilities that exceed customer expectations.

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