An electric vehicle can be a great way to save money, with a grant from the Government for low emission vehicles and lower tax rates. Ofgem is the Government’s energy regulator and has invested PS300million in over 200 low-carbon projects. This will make Britain more ready to use electric heat transport.
He stated that Ofgem’s support was crucial.
Smart charging is possible from all perspectives today, technologically, commercially, and regulatory.
The electric car revolution is moving faster than ever before. The pace of the change for 2021 is exciting even for people who have worked in this industry for years.
It is safe to say that 2021 feels like the year electric cars became mainstream. UK drivers now know how to best’refuel’ their vehicle.
The UK will benefit from vehicle-to-grid technology. EVs can be converted into large, distributed batteries while they’re parked at their home.
Electricity will become cheaper for drivers, so they can use it to purchase electricity and then sell it at a higher price. Drivers will also be able plug their cars into their vehicle to make money and sleep while charging it.
Charlie Cook said, “Smart charging is a problem. We are working with some of the UK’s biggest automotive companies to address that issue by bringing EV friendly energy tariffs and smart charging advice into UK showrooms.”
Vehicle-to-grid faces more challenging challenges than ever before, but we are certain that they will overcome. Vehicle-to-grid must have lower costs and more value.
There is an easy way to reduce the price of a bi-directional charger in a car.
We are certain that Ofgem will support smart charging and vehicle to-grid adoption.
This will increase adoption of electric cars.
Publited Sat, 18 Sep 2021 at 03:55:46 (+0000).