The smart integration of electric vehicles into the grid has the potential to radically change the energy landscape. Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology will play a key role in the transition from centralised generation to more energy self-sufficient cities and communities that generate, store and utilise an increasing proportion of their own energy often drawn from renewable sources. The aggregation of large numbers of EV’s with grid connectivity may in future help play a key role in managing variable power demands and supporting grid stability.
This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of current developments in V2G. Confirmed presentations include:-
Latest developments in V2G and implications for future smart, integrated urban energy systems - Cenex
The future role of V2G technology in the EV market–Renault-Nissan
Using EVs to unlock distribution network flexibility –Western Power Distribution
Electric Nation – EV demand control and the customer experience –EA Technology
EV battery storage as an energy source for trains and railway stations – University of Sheffield
Commissioning and integrating V2G into real world energy systems- V2G case Study Aston University
Old Oak Common, London case study - implications for other Cities - Costain
The workshop will also offer the chance to develop collaborative projects.
For further information contact Neil Horsley, firstname.lastname@example.org
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