The Vehicle To Grid technology, the future of electric cars?
The vehicle-to-grid (or V2G) technology allows plug-in electric vehicles to be connected with power grids and to communicate with them, through the use of a two-way charger. With this system, the power can thus flow either way: electricity produced by renewable energy sources can be extracted from the grid and then stored in the vehicles’ batteries, before finally, when needed, reintroduced into the grid.Ca m'intéresse
An interview with Csilla Kohalmi Monfils, Innovation Director at ENGIE Fab
Engerati is Europe’s largest engaged community of utilities & power sector professionals. They provide unlimited access to industry analysis & opinion through articles, blogs, conference presentations, case studies, whitepapers and webinars. They recently spoke with Csilla Kohalmi-Monfils, who is Innovation director at ENGIE Fab, the group's hub for innovation.Ca m'intéresse
Energy storage with second life batteries by ENGIE and Umicore
The energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is at cruising speed. As the leader of this carbon-free transition, ENGIE already has 681 MW of installed renewable energy capacity in Belgium (solar, wind, biomass and hydropower), making it the largest green electricity producer in the country.Ca m'intéresse
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