- Aug 23, 2022 2:33 pm GMT
1) E-mobility company Revel, renewables developer NineDot Energy and V2G outfit Fermata Energy announce first bi-directional VTG program wConEd's grid in Brooklyn, using three bi-directional chargers to deliver up to 45 kW from 2-6 PM.
2) Duke Energy Florida to launch VTG pilot w/five Ford F-150 Lightnings to evaluate EV bi-directional flows, interaction w/customer-sited DERs, and support in outages.
3) Duke Energy Carolina files w/North Carolina regulators for 2023 V2G pilot involving up to 100 F-150 customers in subsidized leasing program, w/incentives for participation in demand management program.
4) Electrify America to install over 200 DC fast chargers from 150 KW to 350 KW at 25 U.S. Ikea locations by end of 2023.
5) Aulton New Energy surpasses cumulative 30 million battery swaps, representing about 2.7 billion miles of driving, with facilities offering fast battery swaps in 20 seconds and performing up to 1000 services per location per day.
6) China's Sinopec will build $470 million green H2 plant fueled by 300 MW of solar by June 2023, yielding 20,000 tons of H2/yr at a cost of only $2.67/kg.
7) France's Total Eren to develop 2,000 MW solar farm in Australia's Northern Territory supporting a 1,000 MW electrolyzer facility yielding 80,000 tons of H2 annually.
8) Biden administration moves forward w/offshore wind in Maine, w/BOEM seeking feedback on wind development rights on 13.7 million acres off Maine coast. Also seeking input on Maine's bid for research lease to test effect of floating turbines on state's fishing industry.
9) Tesla's new CA-based VPP has first emergency response event, w/ 2,342 power walls in PG&E and 268 units in SCE offering up to 16 MW and 1.5 MW of power respectively.
#VPPs #V2G #offshorewind #batteryswap #EVcharge #hydrogen#greenhydrogen #hydrogeneconomy
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