Green Car Reports, the ultimate guide to cleaner, greener driving, has recently featured an article about eMotorWerks uniting with utility software provider LO3 Energy.
This union might just bring the vehicle-to-grid infrastructure to a whole new level. LO3 Energy software makes it possible to trade energy on local networks at set prices while the eMotorWerks JuiceNet gives customers control over local energy flows. This way users can save money and energy while still getting their cars charged as needed. Power is becoming a two-way street: such technology allows the customers to choose both direction and timing of the energy flow.
Of course, many other factors should be considered, such as connectors, building codes and battery warranty questions, but this cooperation brings us one step closer to cheaper renewable energy.
Read more about how it works in this article.