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    1. Notre Dame examining PEVs and the power grid

      Notre Dame examining PEVs and the power grid

      Under funding from the National Science Foundation's Cyber-Physical Systems Program, a research group is attempting to develop mathematical algorithms to help guide the integration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PEVs) into the power grid.

       

      Under funding from the National Science Foundation's Cyber-Physical Systems Program, a research group is attempting to develop mathematical algorithms to help guide the integration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PEVs) into the power grid.

      Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2012-12-electric-vehicles-power-grid.html#jCp

      Under funding from the National Science Foundation's Cyber-Physical Systems Program, a research group is attempting to develop mathematical algorithms to help guide the integration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PEVs) into the power grid.


      Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2012-12-electric-vehicles-power-grid.html#jCp
      Under funding from the National Science Foundation's Cyber-Physical Systems Program, a research group is attempting to develop mathematical algorithms to help guide the integration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PEVs) into the power grid.

      Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2012-12-electric-vehicles-power-grid.html#jCp
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      Mentions: IN PA TX
    2. The business of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G)

      The business of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G)

      NRG Energy and the University of Delaware have partnered on V2G.  V2G aggregates EVs that at scheduled times will charge or discharge their batteries to provide ancillary services such as frequency regulation and spinning reserves to independent system operators (ISOs) and RTOs. In return, they would receive a payment which, over time, could further lower the barrier to EV sales.

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    3. DENSO developed Vehicle-to-Home power supply system

      DENSO developed Vehicle-to-Home power supply system

      DENSO developed a vehicle-to-home (V2H) power supply system for electric vehicles (EV), which works with its home energy management system (HEMS).  The V2H system can charge an EV with direct current from the HEMS storage battery, and can supply EV power to the household. The system can distribute electricity, including PV power, to the EV and to the home.

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    4. 350Green to open Chicago battery plant; targets grid ancillary services

      350Green to open Chicago battery plant; targets grid ancillary services

      350Green will open a battery plant in Chicago in August that is targeting grid energy storage applications.  Supporting EV charging is “just the tip of the iceberg” for creating services for the grid, according to 350Green. In addition to supporting fast DC charging, 350 Green is looking to use the battery systems to sell power back to the grid through ancillary services, and the company will sell battery packs to other grid services companies.

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      Mentions: CA U.S. IL
    5. Toyota develops vehicle-to-home power system; testing begins at the end 2012

      Toyota develops vehicle-to-home power system; testing begins at the end 2012

      Toyota’s newly developed V2H two-way electric power supply system can supply power from home to vehicle as well as from vehicle to home. A 100 VAC inverter onboard the Prius PHV converts stored power into AC suitable for home use, while power flow is controlled according to communication between vehicle, charging stand and the home.

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      Mentions: Japan Nissan Toyota
    6. Nissan LEAF charging station doubles as residential storage system

      Nissan LEAF charging station doubles as residential storage system

      This Nissan-Nichicon partnership will produce the LEAF to Home system that allows the vehicle’s battery system to power household appliances and receive power through a home charging station. Nissan and Nichicon are focused on simplifying the EV charging process as well as the storage of electrical power.

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      Mentions: Japan Nissan Nichicon
    7. CPUC sued for granting monopoly to NRG for vehicle-to-grid infrastructure and EV charging stations

      CPUC sued for granting monopoly to NRG for vehicle-to-grid infrastructure and EV charging stations

      ECOtality alleges that in "the agreement, which was intended to settle NRG's role in overcharging California energy ratepayers $940 million during the 2000-2001 energy crisis ..., the PUC intervened outside of its authority in the private marketplace by endorsing one of multiple competitors, and indeed the most powerful, thereby handing the company a monopoly over the nascent [EV charger stations] market in California."

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      Mentions: CA NJ NRG Energy
    8. Lawrence Berkeley to receive $1M for vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology for Air Force

      Lawrence Berkeley to receive $1M for vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology for Air Force

      Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will receive $1m as match funding for a $3.75M project to demonstrate vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology for an all-electric heavy duty non-tactical vehicle fleet at Los Angeles Air Force Base. The fleet vehicles will be used to explore the revenue-generating capability of V2G technology in California's electricity markets.  The Department of Defense is providing $2.75M for the project.

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      Mentions: CA DoE EPRI
    9. Hydro-Québec to test vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-home power exchanges

      Hydro-Québec to test vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-home power exchanges

      Hydro-Québec’s research institute, IREQ, is teaming up with B3CG Interconnect, based in Saint-Eustache, and its partners to test vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-home (V2H) power exchanges. The battery will be designed with IREQ-patented materials, such as lithium iron phosphate.

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      Mentions: Canada Hydro-Quebec
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