MHC recently presented at the Renewable Cities Conference in Sydney on smart incentive policies for electric vehicles. Drawing on our work with battery-based virtual power plants and the emerging importance of a “grid edge platform” Sarah Paparo spoke on the opportunity to extend these concepts to electric vehicles in order to maximise the opportunity for EVs to support the grid, and derive extra benefits for EV owners. The key message being that smart policies were critical to making this future a reality.
This presentation was featured by EV news platform The Driven.
You can download MHC’s presentation here.
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