by Stephen Lacey
July 26, 2016

Electric vehicles are having a bit of a moment. After years of slow adoption and half-hearted attempts by automakers to get into the industry, EVs are finally moving toward the center of the energy transformation.

Electric cars and trucks are becoming an integral part of car sharing, enterprise fleet management, autonomous vehicles -- and now, storage services.

Chris Nelder, a manager with the Rocky Mountain Institute's electricity practice, joins us this week to talk about how these applications for EVs are converging to create an unprecedented opportunity for grid modernization (and to save utilities from load defection).

Read Nelder's blog post on the concept of EVs as a grid resource. And read the full report here.

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