Boulder Electric Vehicle demonstrates V2G electric trucks in three locations; 60 kW bi-directional
13 September 2013
Royal Oak, Michigan. With 60 kW of power going in and coming out of the vehicles, Boulder EV reached a new milestone and became the first EV truck manufacturer successfully to demonstrate V2G bi-directional charging. The transfer took place in the labs of EVSE partner Coritech Services.
Ft. Carson, Colorado. The US Army Corp of Engineers and the SPIDERS project signed off on verifying full charge and discharge of the vehicle at 60 kW.
Los Angeles. The third demonstration took place at Boulder Electric Vehicle’s Los Angeles plant. The California Energy Commission awarded Boulder Electric Vehicle a $3-million grant from its Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program to support the opening of BEV’s second plant, located in Los Angeles, CA.
Boulder EV purchased a bi-directional DC charger from Coritech Services that will be solely used in their Los Angeles plant.
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