Hospitals launch V2G project to help Manchester reach carbon-neutrality

EVs that transport medication and medical equipment will store energy and feed it back into the grid to help supply energy at times of peak demand

Get paid to charge your motor

Research shows motorists could make £725 annually if V2G smart chargers can respond to grid demands

How could an electric school bus decarbonise the grid?

Blue Bird Corporation has delivered a fast-charge V2G-capable school bus in what is claimed to be North America’s first commercial application of this technology

Flexitricity becomes first energy partner of Electric Nation V2G trial

The project, ran by Western Power Distribution and CrowdCharge, aims to demonstrate how EVs will be able to provide V2G services in the future

EU bank lends €15m for smart charging tech in Europe

The loan will support The Mobility House’s vehicle-to-grid technology, enabling EVs to be connected to the power grid to provide various grid-stabilising services

North London bus garage to become ‘world’s largest V2G site’

The project will feed unused battery charge from nearly 100 electric buses back into the grid

One hundred EV owners to test grid feedback scheme

The programme will use up to five different energy suppliers to offer a more realistic simulation of the future energy demand in the UK

Fiat Crysler Automobiles and ENGIE Eps commence work for V2G pilot project

New infrastructure will interconnect up to 700 EVs and in doing so, be capable of providing ultra-fast grid services to the transmission network operator

Nissan and EDF team up to drive smart EV charging

They are offering a new package of both an EV and vehicle-to-grid charging, with the aim of reducing the total cost of ownership for businesses

Plymouth City Council plugs into vehicle-to-grid trial  

The E-Flex project aims to demonstrate the role V2G can play in reducing the demand that EVs put on the grid, while proving the economic benefits for commercial fleet owners