With the current version of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act calling for $300 million in charging and fuelling grants in U.S. FY 2022, followed by $400 million in FY and building to $700 million by FY 2026, how this money is going to be deployed, and who can take advantage of it is a key question.
And with an Executive Order calling for half of all new vehicle sales by 2030 to be zero-emission the pressure is ramping up on energy companies, municipalities, businesses, and fleets to get ready for electric.
A behind the scenes look at how King County is preparing to support zero emission transportation.
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services—in which electric vehicles can both charge from and send energy back to the grid—can provide valuable grid benefits. But before V2G can be implemented across the U.S., states have to navigate the evolving landscape of technical standards that govern the certification of V2G-enabled equipment and integrate these standards into their rules and technical documents.
● Introducing V2G technologies and configurations
● Related technical and regulatory challenges
● Technical standards that govern V2G integration, including existing and upcoming standards and communication protocols that can make V2G a reality.