EDF, through its subsidiary DREEV, has partnered Nissan to launch a commercial electric vehicle (EV) charging service using vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology.
World's largest domestic V2G trial finds hardware costs still too high despite 'significant financial rewards'
Aggregated electric vehicles (EVs) participating in Dynamic Containment could earn consumers up to £725 a year, but hardware costs must reduce.
Nissan, E.On and Imperial College London have release a new white paper detailing the benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology.
E.On and Nissan have installed 20 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) electric vehicle (EV) chargers as part of a new trial into the technology.
Nissan and EDF have signed a wide-ranging EV cooperation agreement which aims to bring forward new EV charging technologies.
Having dominated the energy supply market since it was privatised in 1990, UK energy retailers have witnessed their market share slide from north of 99% to 75%, and that rate only looks to increase. In the first of a series of long read articles to be published over the summer examining how the energy transition is impacting the supply market, Liam Stoker investigates the role home solar and storage systems are playing.
Utilities, automakers and big oil companies will drive the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, according to a new report by EY, which warns that despite market uncertainty, investment needs to be made or “it’s highly likely they’ll be late to the party”.
EDF has set out plans to become Europe’s leading e-mobility energy company within four years, pledging to become the biggest charging network operator and lead on smart charging technologies.
Over the last thousand days, project partners from all walks of life in the energy sector have come together to deliver Europe's largest commercial energy storage system using second life and new battery modules. Current± attended the launch at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruyff ArenA to find out what the project has to offer.