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PG&E launches three pilot programs to test how EVs can provide power to the grid

PG&E launches three pilot programs to test how EVs can provide power to the grid

Daily Energy Insider

Dave Kovaleski

Article snippet: Through these $11.7 million pilot programs, PG&E will test bidirectional charging technology in various settings, including in homes, businesses, and with local microgrids in select high fire-threat districts (HFTDs). Bidirectional charging technology allows EVs to take power from the grid or a customer’s solar system and send it back to the grid. The pilots will test the ability of an EV to send power back to the grid and provide power during an outage...

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