January 18, 2010

ULVAC Combines PV and EV in Charging System

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Tokyo's ULVAC has combined photovoltaic power-generation with rapid charging for electric vehicles. The company will be building a facility that includes solar panels, power conditioner, power supply and a power-generation control monitor for Chigasaki City. Any power not used for charging can be sold back to local electric companies. The system takes about 25 minutes for 80% of the EV's capacity.

Via Solar Industry Mag

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at January 18, 2010 9:15 AM
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