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Europe and U.S. Team on EV-Smart Grid Interoperability Center

Matt Ball on July 23, 2013 - in Transportation

The new EV-Smart Grid Interoperability Center established at Argonne National Laboratory provides an ideal facility for industry-government cooperation to enable joint development of EV standards and test procedures to facilitate universal connectivity between EVs and the electric charging infrastructure with the utility grid, to ensure charging of any EV anywhere, anytime.

The Interoperability Center facilitates the following activities:

  • Verification testing of SAE J2953 interoperability test procedures
  • Integration of electric vehicles, supply equipment (AC/DC/wireless), and grid utility providers for seamless customer use
  • Ensuring interoperability of the various system components with verification
  • Characterizing safety, performance, and communication to support requirements and standards verification

Read more about Argonne’s EV-Smart Grid integration research activities.

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