Last week’s Everything EV Live conference in London saw representatives from across the e-mobility sector come together to discuss the most pressing opportunities, challenges and stage of change in the market, with a focus on the country’s capital city. The Current± editorial team was on hand to report from the event, and here are the five key takeaways from Everything EV Live 2019.
All-electric last-mile delivery company Gnewt has become the latest to join Cisco’s E-Flex vehicle-to-grid (V2G) demonstrator project.
Shifting consumer behaviours could pose a barrier to the volume of electric vehicles providing flexibility services through vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technologies, with one EnTech panelist describing the fledgling sector as a "killing field" until volume increases.
Nissan and EDF have signed a wide-ranging EV cooperation agreement which aims to bring forward new EV charging technologies.
Cisco’s E-Flex vehicle-to-grid demonstration trial has expanded into Plymouth following a successful London launch earlier this year.
National Grid ESO’s Future Energy Scenarios (FES) 2019 – released last week – outlined four potential scenarios for the next 30 years of the energy system. And for the first time, the Electricity System Operator (ESO) used sensitivity modelling to create a net zero scenario.
Net zero will require ‘immediate’ action across all policy areas and technologies, according to National Grid ESO’s latest forecasts.
There is “brilliant” potential for vehicle-to-grid charging technologies to sweep the UK, but only if the industry can bring prices down.
Global energy giant Iberdrola has taken a stake in Wallbox as part of the EV charging manufacturer’s €15 million (£13.2 million) fundraise.