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Getting ahead of the curve on vehicle-to-grid integration

February 06, 2023

Electric vehicle energy storage capacity has the potential to outpace standalone storage, accelerated by California's ban on new gas-fueled vehicle sales by 2035. Meanwhile, EV manufacturers and suppliers are rapidly driving innovation, each with their own technologies and standards. It's time for distribution utilities to get ahead on vehicle-to-grid applications in order to streamline interconnection. This panel will analyze how PG&E is working directly with EV manufacturers and suppliers to go beyond UL certification and provide a turn-key integration process for vehicle-to-grid applications and also discuss how potential market opportunities are panning out in California.

Kerinia Cusick, Co-Founder - Center for Renewables Integration
Quinn Nakayama, Senior Director of Grid Research Innovation and Development - PG&E
Chris Moris, Grid Innovation Engineer - PG&E
Joe Bielawski, Clean Transportation Project Manager - SDGE
Lance Atkins, Sr. Principal Engineer e-Powertrain Technical Affairs - Nissan
Lynn Ames, VP of Partnerships - Nuvve Corp.
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