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Latest EV News & More…
If you missed our recent EV News & Guernsey update, here’s whats been going on at TLGEC…
Meet Our New Team Member… Leafy
Leafy (Nissan Leaf) has already been nipping around town, seeing Customers, going out on Surveys and ferrying the TLGEC team from A to B… in true ‘Zero Emissions’ style.
We’ve installed a wall mounted EvBox Charger, especially for Leafy, but our EV Charging Point can be used for your Electric Vehicle too, if you have one and if you happen to be passing and need a charge.
Could Electric Vehicles Power Homes?
£30 Million has been allocated to find out, in a research project, which hopes to prove that batteries in Electric Vehicles can power UK homes.
The new technology is called vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and the grant has been awarded to 21 V2G projects, to carry out the exploration and trialling for the technology and the commercial applications.
Poor air quality is one of the biggest risk factors to public health, so this new investment into finding new technologies for using clean energy is welcomed.
Th V2G project will involve University of Oxford, Oxfordshire Council, EDF Energy R&D UK, Arrival, EO Charging, Upside Energy, and Fleet Innovation.
Jesse Norman, Transport Minister is quoted as saying “As the number of electric vehicles grows and their battery capabilities increase, there is a huge opportunity for them to make a significant contribution to a smart grid”.
At TLGEC, we’re committed to reducing local emissions, with our “smart grid” Solar PV, Battery Storage & Electric Vehicle charging solutions, so this is one story we’ll be keeping out eye on.
Domestic EV Install…
We recently installed this EV Charging System in Seaford, East Sussex under the OLEV Scheme.
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