Vehicle-To-Grid Technology Market Share, CAGR, Trends, Segmentation and Forecast 2020 to 2027

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Sep 30, 2020 (Profound via COMTEX) —
The global vehicle-to-grid technology market is projected to garner revenue around US$ 17.43 billion by 2027 by recording compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 48% during the forecast period from 2020 to 2027.

A recent study by Precedence Research on the Vehicle-To-Grid Technology market offers a forecast for 2020 and 2027. The study analyzes crucial trends that are currently determining the growth of the Vehicle-To-Grid Technology market. This report explicates on vital dynamics such as the drivers, restraints, and opportunities for key market players, along with key stakeholders as well as emerging players associated with the manufacturing of Vehicle-To-Grid Technology. The study also provides the dynamics that are responsible for influencing the future status of the Vehicle-To-Grid Technology market over the forecast period.

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Energy firm offers an electric car on lease to test vehicle-to-grid technology



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An energy supplier is offering its customers the chance to lease an electric vehicle for a ‘reduced’ price – at the same time as trialing new environmentally friendly technology. 

Octopus Energy, through its sister company, Octopus Electric Vehicles, is encouraging customers to take part in a trial and give them access to its new Powerloop V2G Leasing Bundle.

Customers will be testing a technology called ‘vehicle-To-hrid’ (V2G) charging which essentially turns an electric car into a battery pack that can then power their home ‘off-grid’.

As part of the bundle, customers will get a ‘competitive’ lease on a Nissan LEAF, one of the most popular electric cars, a new EV charger for free and £30 off their energy bills every month.



a bicycle is parked next to a car: Customers will be testing V2G technology which turns an electric car into a battery pack


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Customers will be testing V2G technology which turns an electric car into a battery pack

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Energy firm offers customers an electric car on lease to test vehicle-to-grid technology



a bicycle is parked next to a car: MailOnline logo


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MailOnline logo

An energy supplier is offering its customers the chance to lease an electric vehicle for a ‘reduced’ price – at the same time as trialing new environmentally friendly technology. 

Octopus Energy, through its sister company, Octopus Electric Vehicles, is encouraging customers to take part in a trial and give them access to its new Powerloop V2G Leasing Bundle.

Customers will be testing a technology called ‘vehicle-To-hrid’ (V2G) charging which essentially turns an electric car into a battery pack that can then power their home ‘off-grid’.

As part of the bundle, customers will get a ‘competitive’ lease on a Nissan LEAF, one of the most popular electric cars, a new EV charger for free and £30 off their energy bills every month.



a bicycle is parked next to a car: Customers will be testing V2G technology which turns an electric car into a battery pack


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Customers will be testing V2G technology which turns an electric car into a battery pack

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