While its counterpart, vehicle-to-grid (V2G), requires many vehicles to be aggregated to provide a useful amount of power to support the grid, and is also limited by the extent that grid operators are incentivized to develop the market structures and technologies, even a single PEV can be of value to a commercial or residential building.
What does V2G stand for?
V2G stands for Vehicle-to-Grid
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The product is commonly referred to as a vehicle-to-grid system.
The annual conference features information about plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, charting station logistics, vehicle-to-grid and grid-to-vehicle interaction, battery technology surges, vision and opportunity for solar, wind and public utilities, fleet applications and regional pilot projects.
A major difference between this bus project and earlier projects is Hydrogenics' proprietary vehicle-to-grid technology.
PEV telematics would also aid in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) energy transfer, which will tap the energy stored in PEVs to help manage demand response and balance the grid, Pike Research said.