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Grid Integrated Electric Vehicles – 8th June, Copenhagen

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The Nikola project aims to investigate and demonstrate a broad set of smart charging concepts that should minimize the cost of EV integration and maximize the value for EV owners, power system and the transition towards renewable targets.

On the 8th of June, the Technical University of Denmark and the Nikola project partners invite you to a seminar on grid integrated vehicles.

With the nation’s strong commitment to renewables and key role in many European smart grid projects, Denmark has been chosen by several automobile manufacturers as one of the first countries in Europe in which to explore this potential. The seminar will sum up the findings of the Nikola project (2013-2016) and describe the unique pilot activities being carried out in Denmark.

The event will be free of charge – but participants need to register for the event.

Seminar highlights:

  • Nikola project results obtained through laboratory and field experiments will be presented
  • Presentation by vehicle OEMs on their vision for grid integrated EVs
  • Live V2G demonstrations of EVs supporting the grid both locally and system-wide (a vertical integration)
  • Presentation on the cooperation with the Danish TSO, Energinet.DK on system services

Event details:

Where: DTU Risø,

When: 8th of June 2016, 09:00-16:00

Pre-sign up: Please reply to this address: atdue@elektro.dtu.dk

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