Vehicles and the grid edge: The market for EV grid services

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In markets with growing electric vehicle penetration, organizations are eyeing the potential to use spare EV capacity as a grid resource. Pilot projects number in the dozens; however, they largely remain in the demonstration phase. V1G and V2G programs have the potential to smooth the duck curve and ease the strain on the grid from EV charging, while opening up new revenue opportunities.

This executive summary contains figures and high level takeaways from several recent Wood Mackenzie reports that touch on EV grid services.

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The executive summary includes:

  • Introduction to the main types of EV grid services
  • Forecasts for the EV grid services market in Europe and North America through 2030
  • High level insight into the future of auto manufacturing, EV services, and grid planning
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Purchase "EV charging infrastructure development: Global market sizing and forecasts”

Purchase “Residential flexibility potential in the U.S.: Solar, battery energy storage, EV charging and smart thermostats”

Purchase “Demand response: US wholesale DER aggregation, Q3 2018”