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Fiat-Chrysler V2G (Italy)


Fiat Chrysler intends to test vehicle-to-grid technology with a fleet of 600 to 700 electric cars. The carmaker has now signed a letter of intent with the Italian energy supplier Terna. The project is due to start in the coming months and will comprise the 600 to 700 electric cars mentioned above by 2021. The electric Fiat 500 is to be used for the start of the project, which reportedly will roll off FCA’s production line in Turin from the second quarter of 2020. The same plant will also see the construction of V2G infrastructure at said Mirafioni plant in Turin as part of a feasibility study jointly launched by FCA and Italy’s grid operator Terna. Besides, the partnership will involve the realisation of the E-mobility Lab at Terna’s facility, also in Turin. The facility allows trials on the performances and capacities of electric cars with a view to bi-directional charging and load balancing.

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    Focus: Technical & Commercial

    Segment: Commercial

    Charging location: Work

    Charger Type: Unknown


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