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Vehicle to Grid infrastructure still lags, Nissan hopes to improve

A fresh fruit distributor in London joins ranks with Nissan this week, as both made strides in Vehicle to Grid (V2G) infrastructure progress. However, the installation of the charging networks needed to fuel mass EV adoption still lags behind the demand for EVs, and if expectations for uptake in the next decade hold true, then V2G penetration is going to swiftly become a limiting factor. Fruit 4 London is a participant in the namesake city’s E-Flex project, which is being led by Cisco. The company is testing how it can use V2G chargers to power its delivery fleet, which services businesses and consumers in the city. The other component of V2G, using the plugged-in cars as generation assets by drawing…

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