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Grid Friendly Charging of Cars

Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories say they are closer to solving one of the main problems with wind power, how to store the energy when it’s not immediately needed. They are working on an electric car charging system that would essentially use the car batteries as storage.

Currently, the grid has very limited storage for additional power that is generated when the wind is at peak performance. So, they have created a box that will either sit in the car or the charging station that will balance the charging rate.

This is a great idea for areas of the country that have wind power at their finger tips!

Grid …as the green future unfolds.

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  1. Sonia Says:

    This is really wonderful news, I hope that we will soon manage to use more of the renewable energy sources!

  2. New Gadgets Says:

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  3. Samantha Says:

    This is new to me. I never heard this before. This is a great idea a lot of people are interested to this.

  4. Ivelisse Heidrich Says:

    In the interests of drawing attention too wind farms I have begun a wind energy blog @windfarmwars.com, if you are interested in guest posting. It is a smorgasbord of articles and information worldwide regarding wind-based energy. Please come visit!

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