현대차·기아-현대캐피탈-제주특별자치도, 전기차 기반 ‘V2G 시범사업 MOU’ 체결
제주특별자치도 최승현 행정부지사, 현대차·기아 김흥수 EV 사업부장, 현대캐피탈 심장수 Auto 본부장 등 관계자들이 참석
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Hyundai Motor·Kia-Hyundai Capital-Jeju Special Self-Governing Province signed an electric vehicle-based “V2G pilot project MOU”
Participated in Jeju Special Self-Governing Province Choi Seung-Hyun, Vice Governor Choi Seung-Hyun, Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Kim Heung-soo, EV Business Manager, and Hyundai Capital Shim-soo Auto Headquarters.
[Introduction of the case/ Reporter Moon Hong-cheol] = Hyundai Motor Company, Kia, and Hyundai Capital signed a business agreement with Jeju Special Self-Governing Province on the 7th of the'Jeju Special Self-Governing Province business vehicle V2G pilot project business agreement'.
The MOU signing ceremony held at the Jeju Provincial Government was attended by officials such as Seung-Hyun Choi, Vice Governor of Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, Heung-Soo Kim, Head of EV Business Division of Hyundai Motor and Kia, and Head of Auto Headquarters Heartsoo Heart of Hyundai Capital.
Through this agreement, Hyundai Motor Company, Kia, Hyundai Capital, and Jeju Special Self-Governing Province decided to establish a foothold for future commercialization of V2G by demonstrating “V2B (Vehicle To Building)” that supplies electric vehicle battery power to buildings.
In particular, Hyundai Motor Company and Kia are developing V2G solutions to efficiently operate electric vehicle charging and discharging.
To this end, it is a plan to promote a new power assistance service through various additional developments based on the'V2L (Vehicle To Load)' function installed in the IONIC 5 and EV6.
Hyundai Capital will expand its EV vehicle and charger lease business, while Jeju Island will cooperate in various ways, such as realizing the optimization of electricity rates for the provincial government office by utilizing the Ioniq 5 public vehicle.
Electric vehicles can utilize energy efficiently by supplying the remaining power to buildings with a moving energy storage system (ESS) equipped with a high-capacity battery and contributing to the stabilization of the power grid.
If electricity can be sold in the mid- to long-term, electric vehicle owners can also have an opportunity to generate new profits by supplying electricity remaining in vehicle batteries to the power grid.
Recently, Hyundai Motor Company and Kia received attention by introducing electric vehicles with V2L function.
V2L provides 3.6kW of power consumption, which is higher than that used in ordinary homes, so you can use home appliances and electronic devices without restrictions in various external environments such as outdoor activities or camping places.
Based on the technology proven through this pilot project, future electric vehicle batteries can be used as buildings (V2B) and household power sources (V2H, Vehicle to Home), or recharged during times when power consumption is low, and sold and traded during peak times. You can also do (V2G).
Heung-soo Kim, executive director of Hyundai Motor Company and Kia, said, “We want to show the new utility of electric vehicles that benefit all participants, such as providing electric vehicles as a means of transportation, as well as providing electricity to the power grid when necessary, and providing customers with measures to reduce maintenance costs by generating additional revenue. “Especially in Jeju Island, where the ratio of renewable energy is high, V2G will be used as an auxiliary device for optimizing power supply and demand.”
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