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Smart charging – one route to net zero

Truly ‘smart’ charging of electric vehicles offers significant benefits to EV owners and grid operators alike, to say nothing of also reducing carbon emissions. Moixa’s George Penny, Sean Whittaker and Hannah Thomson explain how. 

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EW Jun 2020 pp22-23.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Smart systems - Electric vehicles - Grid transmission - Carbon emissions - Net zero -

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