Led by EDF Energy R&D UK, the V2GO is a large scale demonstration of V2G
charging in Oxford using 100 electric fleet vehicles (cars and vans) from a number of organisations including several delivery and taxi companies.
Using the V2G
chargers, electricity can flow to and from the National Grid and the connected cars.
provides mobile clean-energy power solutions to a range of applications and major corporations including well-known names such as Sainsbury's and British Telecom.
The two authors agreed that in order to be economically viable, V2G
has to be optimized between the requirements of the car owner, the utilities and the capability of the grid.
MMC will verify the technology of V2G
through this demonstration and aim to create new value and business opportunities utilizing electric cars / vehicle storage batteries.
Several studies have been conducted which identify potential V2G
applications including power management stability and control and experimental studies.
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Therefore, these control methods may not applicable for G2V or V2G
technology allows electric vehicles to be fully integrated into the electricity grid.
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The concept allows V2G
to provide power during peak times to help balance loads by 'valley filling'.