Electric vehicles are set to accelerate the transition to net zero. This presentation will provide a roadmap for all stakeholders seeking to achieve zero emissions faster through V2G integration. Panelists will discuss the development and deployment of EVs and charging infrastructure that’s compatible with V2G technology with bidirectional capability. They also will discuss the need for funding from local and state levels, as well as the importance of valuation of kilowatts per hour (kWh) and MW needs to pay for the capacity being used and incentivize all parts of the ecosystem to invest further into bidirectional charging programs.
- How automakers and charging equipment manufacturers are aligning and integrating V2G capability
- What utilities are doing to prioritize vehicle-grid interconnection and how utilities can treat EVs as DERs and VPPs
- What standards and certifications are ensuring V2G compatibility with existing DERMS
- What the role of local, state and federal governments is in helping fund and support the adoption of bidirectional charging capabilities
Rudi Halbright, Pacific Gas & Electric
Albert Burleigh, Blue Bird Corp.
Rachel Zook, Nuvve