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Electric Vehicles

SDG&E, Nuvve, and Cajon Valley Union School District Flip the Switch on Region’s First Vehicle-to-Grid Project Featuring Local Electric School Buses Capable of Sending Power to the Grid

  |   Electric Vehicles

On July 26, 2022, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) announced that it had successfully deployed an innovative technology that enables eight electric school buses to put electricity back on the grid when needed such as on hot summer days. A collaborative effort between SDG&E,...

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Nuvve and Stonepeak Finalize “Levo” Joint Venture Providing up to $750 Million to Electrify Fleets

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members, Electric Vehicles, Startup

On August 4, 2021, Cleantech San Diego member Nuvve, a global technology leader accelerating the electrification of transportation through its proprietary vehicle-to-grid (V2G) platform, together with certain investment vehicles managed by leading alternative investment firm Stonepeak Partners LP (Stonepeak) and Stonepeak portfolio company Evolve Transition...

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Nuvve and Honda Collaborating to Demonstrate Benefits of Vehicle Grid Integration

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members, Electric Vehicles, Startup

Cleantech San Diego member and Southern California Energy Innovation Network company Nuvve, the world leader in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) – also known as vehicle grid integration (VGI) – deployments, and Honda have entered into an agreement to demonstrate the benefits of electric vehicles (EVs) that are...

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Nuvve Fuels Innovation in Vehicle-to-Grid Technology. Bridges Gap Between Renewables and EV Charging.

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members, Electric Vehicles, Startup

Cleantech San Diego member and San Diego Regional Energy Innovation Network company Nuvve Corporation, a San Diego-based, green energy technology company, has announced a number of strategic partnerships, pilot programs, and company milestones to further advance vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology in support of bringing electric vehicles...

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