How can EVs help the electric grid become cleaner, cheaper, and more reliable?

Published October 24, 2018

We’re looking ahead to the future of smart grid EV charging. We envision a 2025 in which our pioneering JuiceNet EV virtual battery spans from coast to coast, providing real-time flexibility to the grid and helping drivers everywhere save on EV charging costs.


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1st image: California 1st text: Today, eMotorWerks has deployed a 30 megawatt virtual battery helping California's grid become cleaner, cheaper, and more reliable; 2nd image: EVs charging 2nd text: This virtual battery leverages our cloud-based JuiceNet software platform to manage charging demand from EVs, providing real time flexibility to the grid and optimizing the economic value of distributed energy sources; 3rd image: outline of USA and battery graphic; 3rd text: In 2025 when 3 million EVs are on the road, the virtual battery could grow to 26 gigawatts nationwide; 4th image: powerplant; 4th text: With JuiceNet, we could harness this battery capacity - the equivalent of 47 carbon-emitting natural gas "peaker" power plants; 5th image: battery storage system; 5th text: And offer an attractive alternative to peaker plants and expensive stationary energy storage systems. 5th image: Vehicle covered in cash; 5th text: By 2025, the average person could receive up to $300 per year by making their EV part of the nationwide virtual battery system