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UD-developed V2G technology to be used in California project

UD-developed V2G technology to be used in California project

Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technologies developed at the University of Delaware may help clean energy transportation gain a foothold in California.

Nuvve Corp., which licenses the UD-developed technology, announced earlier this month that it has teamed up with University of California San Diego to demonstrate on a large scale how electric vehicles can be turned into virtual power plants, feeding energy back to the grid while connected via a charging platform.

Nuvve is a Delaware company based in California that gained exclusive global rights to market the V2G software developed by UD researchers through UD’s Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships (OEIP) in 2016.