International automotive brands combine in the Danish project, Parker, to pave the way for the next generation of electrical vehicles.
Applying Danish know-how and joining up up with grid addition specialists such as Enel, Nuvve along with Insero, car manufacturers Nissan, Mitsubishi together with PSA Groupe will develop a simple definition for grid integration, enabling utility vehicles worldwide to support a future power system based on renewable energy.
With the ambition to replace non-renewable fuels with renewable energy, one’s destiny power system every year growing challenges within securing the necessary conventional capacity and balancing the electricity conventional. The Parker project shows how the electric car can play a key position in solving this unique global challenge.
The undertaking partners are at any forefront of metered integration development, plus the car manufacturers Nissan, Mitsubishi in addition to PSA Groupe have already implemented the science known as vehicle-to-grid (V2G) in various automotive models. V2G is part of we now have that makes it possible for an electric vehicle to become lines integrated and provide an electrical source to and collect electricity from the metered. Through V2G technology, the vehicles can serve as electrical power resources and as a consequence actively support the power grip.
However, a global rollout of grid-integrated autos calls for common ground