VIGIL hails successful electric vehicle-to-grid trial in Birmingham

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The V2G technology was trialled at two locations on Aston University's campus in Birmingham
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The V2G technology was trialled at two locations on Aston University's campus in Birmingham

Government-backed project assessed grid impacts of bi-directional EV charging at two sites at Aston University

Researchers running a government-backed electric vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trial in Birmingham have hailed the success of the project in demonstrating the potential benefits of bi-direction electric car charging...

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