EV-elocity is a research and development project looking at increasing the uptake of electric vehicles through helping consumers to monetise their investment using vehicle-to-grid (V2G) innovation. The project is exploring new technologies, encouraging behaviour change and developing business models that will enable the sharing of the value V2G can bring to the grid, local and regional businesses and the consumer.
Our ecosystem of partners is looking to demonstrate vehicle-to-grid in a range of real-world situations to gain technical, customer and commercial insights into this emerging technology. The project will demonstrate the value of this offering via different case studies with a view of scaling deployment across the country and internationally.
The EV-elocity Project is funded by The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and facilitated by Innovate UK.
latest news from EV-elocity
Want to see your cars carbon score❓❔
Check out this interactive Carbon Counter online – where cars have been evaluated against climate emissions targets💚🌎
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2020 @BloombergNEF lithium-ion battery price index drops on Dec 16. Here’s the last 10 years: from $1,183 per kilowatt-hour in 2010, to $156/kWh last year, and an expected $135/kWh this year. Let’s see how much the market undershoots our prediction. https://t.co/KrSuHWoWLc
” #V2G charging will be more effective than #smartcharging. This is due to the ability to link #EVs together & put significant levels of energy back into the grid at peak times” Read more about our partner @CrowdCharge
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Here is our video about #V2G & how it could support reducing carbon emissions from the energy grid & transport:
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