Integrating Electric Vehicles with Home Energy Services Achieving the win-win of storage and cheap renewable energy – From the Sustainable Smart Homes SIG
Wednesday 9th December 2020 | 16:15 – 18:15
Online Webinar – Facilitated by Peter Bates from pjb Associates
This webinar aims to highlight the important role of integrating EV and their charging points into Home Energy Systems. This integration, sometimes omitted, is much needed in order to meet the Government’s 2050 Carbon Zero targets and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals:
This event included…
Introduction – A Roadmap to Integrating EVs with Home Energy Systems – Peter Bates, pjb Associates
Case study of Core4Grid – A project proving market viability and customer acceptance of flexible electricity tariffs and utilising demand-side-response to balance the load of the National Grid – Simon Hughes, COO, & James Harrow, Head of Hybrid Technology, geo (Green Energy Options)
Case Study of PowerShaper – A project developing an automated demand-side-response system for EV chargers, electric heating systems and smart systems in the home supporting the operation of the national electricity grid that needs to needs careful balancing at peak and low demands. – Ben Aylott, Energy Systems Engineer at Carbon Co-op
Case study of ChargeSync – a device connected via a ChargeLync box with a StorQube battery storage device that can control the import of cheap electricity and export back to the home when required and back the Grid when prices are high and energy more scarce. – Matthew Hunt, Co-Founder ChargeSync
Case Study of GridShare – Cloud aggregation platform – now being deployed at scale in the UK. – Chris Wright, Co-founder, and CTO at Moixa Technology
Live Q&A and Breakout rooms – Attendees will be invited to share their thoughts, ideas, and questions.
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This event is free for Cambridge Cleantech and Oxfordshire Greentech members. Get in touch with us if you have not received your access code.