The numbers behind vehicle-to-grid: EVs save more money on the road

Grid-connected vehicles will see limited adoption over the coming decade because of the high cost of lithium-ion batteries for transportation (between $550/kWh and $650/kWh) and a six-year payback period (see the report Micro-hybrids: On the Road to Hybrid Vehicle Dominance). However, some proponent...

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