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Energy Storage, EV Infrastructure & the Nordic EV Summit

Copyright: GreenWay Infrastructure

First, we talk to Peter Badik, the Managing Partner of GreenWay Infrastructure to debrief and hear his impressions after a whirlwind series of EV conference appearances in Oslo, Bucharest and Brussels. Then, we're joined by GreenWay's  Director of Research & Development, Mario Paroha, to learn about the role that energy storage can play with electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support the electricity grid & provide it flexibility and serve as a way to integrate renewable energy sources into the grid. Then we'll tackle some of the misconceptions people have about EV, in our newest segment: EV Mythbusting! There's a lot going on so buckle up, get into eco-mode, and join for the ride! 

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Matt Chester on April 25, 2019

EV mythbusting-- I know some older members of my family that might need to hear this section :) 

Thanks for sharing, Julia!

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Julia Bircakova on May 13, 2019

Indeed, but in my experience not only the older ones :) Thanks for listening! :)

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