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Intelligent Electric Vehicles and Grids

SEV connects to Smart with J1772

By John (8/20/09).

The new freeway-speed electric will also be intelligent. will be smart about energy inside the vehicle so it can go 100 miles between charges. The electric vehicles (PEV) be smart about navigation that consider your for getting somewhere fast or with minimal energy

PEVs will be full of to entertain passengers, like in the back seat.

They be smart about charging to driver preferences for saving or charging more quickly. electric vehicles ideally use a grid for charging. The electric see the electric vehicle as part of the new grid which uses technology to make the electric efficient, reliable, distributed, and Years ago, mainframe with dumb terminals way to network computing.

Similar improvements are now underway the electric grid.

At the Plug-in Conference and Exposition in Long I joined thousands in seeing new vehicles, new smart charging and joining presentations by leading makers, utilities, early users, and sustainable city from Southern California SDGE, AQMD, EPRI, and others.

At the Plug-in Conference, the new Leaf got a lot of deserved attention. By the end of Nissan may deliver as many as of these. Most will be where utility and other have committed to complete to install garage, employer, and public charging stations.

The new Nissan Leaf is a comfortable hatchback that seats Clean Fleet Report’s drives of Nissan EV prototypes plenty of acceleration. The Nissan is powered by 24kWh of lithium-ion The Leaf has a range of about 100

In 8 hours you are good for another 100 with a Level 2 AC200V charger; in 26 minutes you can be 80 percent with a Level 3 DC 50kW charger.

Transportation expert, Antonio a Partner with Roland forecasts that plug-in and electric vehicles will 10 to 20 percent of the auto market by The speed of adoption will on cost and early customer If the lifetime cost of owning and an electric vehicle is less a comparable gasoline powered 20 percent could be low by 2030.

you get an iPhone, Nokia, or Blackberry, the of the smartphone depends on the type of plan you have with the carrier. Similarly, over the few years, automakers and their may explore different business such as:

·    Vehicle purchased battery leased

·    Vehicle, and energy for charging are all subscribed

·    EV and are part of carsharing plans

·    Integrated mobility offerings include an EV

For example, the Nissan might be offered by a dealer for $30,000 with battery and offered on a subscription plan by Place or various electric

If charging and subscription plans are simple, consumers will it. If consumers must sign for plans as they go to different EVs will be a turn-off. Early phone users rebelled complicated plans and big surprise charges.

Standards are being put in so that auto makers, station providers, and electric will be compatible. A key standard is SAE J1772, which standardizes the connection, current flow, and communication between smart and smart charger. This is compatible with important metering smart home standards such as Smart 2.0.

EV customers will be to check on how much their EV are charged through a web browser, smart phone, or by looking at vehicle dash. The networking and is there, so that they look at monthly vehicle use and

Electric utility operators be able to track, manage, and EV electricity use thanks to smart stations with electric meter chips built in as Coulomb ChargePoint Networked Stations and ETEC. who has already over 5,500 charging ETEC will be installing 12,500 new charging stations to a matching grant of almost million from DOE.

I am on the list to buy the Nissan Leaf. I get a new EV or PHEV, I would be glad to to a subscription plan that save me $100 per month if I agree to have my vehicle not during peak-demand hours. see if I am given that kind of

Thanks to software services GirdPoint and others, the technology is to plug-in and having charging by user preferences and subscription

Utilities could shape to off-peak. Utilities could use EVs for reserves and peak power vehicle-to-grid (V2G). Dr.

Jasna with CALSTART estimates the national grid would need 7 percent additional to off-peak charge 100 million vehicles. Those same could provide 70 percent of the grid’s needed peak Smart grid upgrades, price signals and subscription could enable growing use of V2G in the decade.

Smart vehicles and grids create a trillion opportunity for incumbents and innovators. The has attracted GM, Ford, Toyota, and hundreds of other auto It has attracted the world’s largest utilities and grid operators.

smart grid “Internet” for now has devoted teams inside Google, Cisco, Microsoft, and information technology giants.

electric cars are symbiotic the smart grid. The communication is here. It is the business models and experience that count.

Get ready for the most comfortable and ride of your life.

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By John Addison. of the Clean Fleet Report, of Save Gas, Save the John writes about cars, renewable energy, and (c) Copyright John Addison.

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