According to a newly signed agreement, Power Electronics will add Nuvve V2G-certified capabilities to their existing bidirectional chargers.
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) specialist Nuvve and Power Electronics, a manufacturer of solar inverters for utility-scale photovoltaic plants in America, Oceania and Europe, has announced an agreement to integrate Nuvve’s vehicle-to-grid GIVe platform with Power Electronics charging station technology.
Integration between the companies should be complete by the end of the year. This will enable the provision of unidirectional and bidirectional charging with Nuvve’s V2G-certified options for customers first in Europe, followed by a steady rollout into a global alliance.
“By integrating Nuvve’s technology, we will achieve a solution that will have a direct impact on decarbonization, allowing both companies to continue to pioneer the V2G market,” said Ron Puryear, vice president and general manager of Power Electronics in the United States.
The Californian V2G specialist Nuvve became a publically listed company on the US stockmarket towards the end of 2020. Most recently, towards the end of last year, we reported that BYD and Levo Mobility are collaborating to integrate Nuvve’s vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology with a variety of commercial, public transport and heavy-duty BYD battery electric vehicles.
“By working with a global company like Power Electronics, we are diversifying the high-powered V2G charging offerings for our customers around the world,” said Lynn Ames, vice president of partnerships at Nuvve. “Through this collaboration, electric fleets can be integrated in a way that makes the grid more flexible, reliable, and resilient. This is critical to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and slow climate change.”