The vehicle-to-grid technology, already in commercial use in several areas of the world, points to a future where vehicles will routinely draw and discharge energy to the power grid.
During the daytime, the ADO The Hague football stadium generates its own energy from solar panels on its roof.
State-of-the-art lithium ion batteries are powering a revolution in clean transport and high-end consumer electronics, but there is still plenty of scope for improving charging time.
Many electric and hybrid cars use lithium-ion batteries, which are known to be exceptionally safe, but occasionally, an impact may disrupt the battery’s function, creating an electrical short.
Green4U is bringing its all-electric product line to market over the next two years.
A new study from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) quantifies how much charging infrastructure would be needed in the United States to support various market growth scenarios for plug-in electric vehicles