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Spotlight on Design Insight: EV Charging and the Vehicle-to-Grid Potential

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In “EV Charging and the Vehicle-to-Grid Potential” (10:29), engineers from NextEnergy show how users can take advantage of electric vehicles not only as green transportation, but also as power suppliers. The case study of a bi-directional vehicle-to-home charging project is presented in detail.

Qualcomm’s Halo technology for wireless EV charging is also demonstrated in this episode.

This episode highlights:

  • NextHome, an experiment that makes bi-directional charging a reality
  • How to integrate energy systems to manage energy flows from the car, the house and the grid
  • How to manage the way we can purchase energy for different purposes when prices are the most affordable

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