V2G surge: EDF Energy and Nuvve to install 1,500 smart EV chargers

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Two companies team up to offer EDF Energy's business customers V2G chargers aimed at providing 15MW of additional energy storage capacity

EDF Energy is teaming up with green technology company Nuvve to install 1,500 Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) electric car chargers across the UK with the aim of delivering up to 15MW of additional storage capacity...

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