In industrialized countries, cars are not used for 95 % of the time. This gives a great opportunity for using the electric vehicle’s battery for the purpose of energy storage. Mobile storage can be used for different grid services like peak shaving, regulation services or spinning reserves. The technology is ready, but the regulation and standardization does not fully cover this today. This lecture gives an outlook about possible solutions using mode 3 at home and mode 4 for commercial purpose.
Bernd Kreitmeier works since May 2018 as Department Manager in the area of Energy Systems at TÜV SÜD. His department is responsible for the testing and certification of devices and components used for generation, storage and distribution of energy, with focus on grid connected inverters, energy storage systems and electric vehicle supply equipment. He participates in DKE and IEC standardization committees. In the past he worked for other certification companies (CSA and Bureau Veritas).