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V2G Technology

Imagine this:


Your electric car could be part of a clean energy revolution. Fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal provide most of the world's energy. But we've used up a lot of them in just 150 years, and they cause climate change. As energy use grows, we need to change how we get and use energy. This means more electric cars and renewable energy. But wind and solar energy depend on the weather. If we could store renewable energy, it would be more reliable.

That's where your electric car comes in. Most cars sit unused for about 23 hours a day. During that time, your car could store energy. What if your car's battery could give energy back to the grid when it's needed? What if this saved you money on your electric car? What if you could power your home with your own solar energy? This is the idea behind Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) and Vehicle-to-Home (V2H) solutions. At StarckGate and The Mobility House, we work on this every day.

How does V2G work? Your electric car can store energy in its battery. When there's too much energy, like when it's windy, your car can store it. When there's not enough energy, your car can give it back to the grid. You can even make money by selling energy back to the grid. In the future, you'll decide how long your car stores energy and when it needs to be ready for driving.

Electricity generation and usage:
Sometimes, wind turbines don't move for days. It's not because there's no wind. It's because they make too much energy for the grid. V2G technology can store this extra energy. As more electric cars join the V2G "swarm," we can use more renewable energy.


Your electric car creates connections:
When there's too much energy, electricity prices drop. You can store cheap energy from the sun, wind, and water in your car's battery. When energy is needed, you can sell it back to the grid for a profit. In the future, you'll choose how long your car stores energy and when it needs to be ready to drive.

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