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  Running the Grid on Electric Vehicles

On average, an electric vehicle (“EV”) is driven for only 72 minutes per day.
For the remainder of the day, the vehicle is parked and generally is plugged into a charger....  

January 2016

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  Batteries Not Included

In North Carolina, renewable energy has faced and overcome many barriers while growing its market share. However, one barrier has persisted: intermittency. Solar and wind generation, standing alone, is intermittent, which leads to consequences for the grid such as ramping traditional generation up and down to compensate for intermittent renewable generation... 

September 2015
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