UC Davis Plug-In Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Research Center selects Wireless Glue Networks for V2G & B2G Cost and Benefits Study
Compare Cost and Benefits of Battery-to-Grid and Vehicle-to-Grid Systems
Aug 2, 2012
Today UC Davis Plug-In Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Research Center selected Wireless Glue Networks to produce a study that will measure, model and compare Vehicle–to-Grid (V2G) systems and battery-to-grid (B2G) systems such as Home Energy Storage Appliances and other 2nd-life battery storage devices. This study will provide important insight into potential use/reuse strategies for V2G & B2G battery storage technology as ancillary services in the power grid.
“We are excited to be selected to explore real world deployment scenarios for V2G & B2G,” said Dr. John Lin, Co-Founder and CTO of Wireless Glue Networks. “We believe an analysis of the potential combination of communication technology with realistic 2nd life battery scenarios is crucial to understanding whether and how the expanding plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle markets can be economically leveraged to address the growing need for energy storage.”
UC Davis Plug-In Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Research Center Press Release HERE
About Wireless Glue Networks, Inc.
Wireless Glue is a United States-based company with offices in Europe and Japan focused on delivering platform solutions that deliver intelligent measurement and control of energy consumption in real-time. Wireless Glue's patent pending SmartEdge software platform handles the interoperability between and within communication protocols from premises to the cloud.
For more information, visit www.wirelessglue.com.
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