Last week San Diego-based Nuvve Corporation and European-based EDF Group announced a strategic partnership that will leverage Nuvve’s expertise in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technologies in support of EDF Group’s Electric Mobility Plan on “smart charging.”
Nuvve specializes in the aggregation and harnessing of flexible solutions for energy markets associated with the charging of electric vehicles. The company aims to lower the cost of EV ownership while supporting the integration of renewable energy sources like solar and wind. Together, Nuvve and EDF Group have become strategic partners with a view to developing a joint venture to further develop EV and V2G solutions for the European market to support the generation of low carbon power and the advancement of new electricity applications.
“Given the transportation sector is the largest contributor of greenhouse-gas emissions in Europe, we believe this partnership and the Electric Mobility Plan will increase the rate in which EVs and V2G technologies are adopted globally and will play a huge role in providing a solution to this challenge,” said Gregory Poilasne, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Nuvve.