Electric vehicles (EVs) could act as battery storage facilities for the power sector, helping to iron out grid intermittency and reduce the need for peak-gas plants, delegates at the Financial Times Energy Transition Strategies event heard last week.
“[EV owners] are going to be part of a multi-transactional business in which the customer isn’t just charged for charging his car but is able to contribute to demand-side management by offering the use of the battery in his car to provide storage and ancillary services,” Marco...
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