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V2G-Sim to be applied in Berkeley Lab project to forecast the impact of PEVs on California's energy future

posted Mar 25, 2015, 3:23 AM by Samveg Saxena   [ updated Mar 25, 2015, 3:29 AM ]
The California Energy Commission recently announced an award to Berkeley Lab for an analysis project that seeks to build a healthier and more robust future for California, by identifying low carbon energy scenarios for California through to the year 2050. V2G-Sim will be used alongside other simulation tools within the project. In particular, V2G-Sim will be applied to provide temporally and spatially resolved grid charging demand profiles from growing numbers of plug-in electric vehicles throughout California. The project was formulated as part of a proposal from Berkeley Lab in response to CEC PON-14-309.