Vehicle to Grid (V2G)
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The combination of more EVs equipped with bidirectional charging, growth of equipment makers like Montreal’s dcbel Energy, and some forward-thinking utilities is making it happen

John Lorinc
Mar 25, 2024
6 minute read

Confusion still surrounds a series of rolling grid alerts issued by the Alberta Energy Systems Operator in which EV charging was discouraged

Emma Jarratt
Jan 22, 2024
6 minute read

ChargeScape will create a new Open Vehicle-Grid Integration Platform to link utilities, OEMs and EV drivers to increase charging efficiency

Mehanaz Yakub
Sep 19, 2023
3 minute read

Vehicle-to-grid technologies will help achieve interoperability and operational efficiency for the cross border Canada-U.S. charging corridor, says cybersecurity company, AUTOCRYPT

Presented by AUTOCRYPT
Jun 28, 2023
5 minute read

Prince Edward Island will be the first Canadian province to use the vehicle-to-grid technology onboard Lion Electric school buses to respond to disaster-related power outages

Mehanaz Yakub
May 9, 2023
3 minute read

The utility is seeking participants from rural communities in Alberta to take part in a pilot that will monitor the charging habits of 600 residential EV owners

Mehanaz Yakub
Jan 27, 2023
3 minute read

The market share for electric vehicles continues to grow and stakeholders from OEMs to utilities are all part of the transition. Mobility solutions company Autocrypt highlights the need for quality and reliability in EV charging

Presented by AUTOCRYPT
Jan 25, 2023
5 minute read

Canada needs a stable supply of electricity to ensure that electrification — a critical component of Canada’s net-zero strategy — can proceed. We should be going all-in on V2G

Christopher Ralph
Nov 8, 2022
5 minute read

To meet the challenges of increased energy demand, SWTCH Energy is partnering with Kite Mobility, using one of its rentable Nissan Leafs, to test V2G technology for the next two years at Tridel’s Bianca Condos in Toronto

Mehanaz Yakub
Oct 6, 2022
6 minute read

Twenty-two organization from coast-to-coast are getting up to $300,000 each in funding for projects designed to accelerate zero-emission vehicle adoption and awareness

Mehanaz Yakub
Feb 14, 2022
6 minute read
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