We’ve been running a series of webinars, discussing the future of energy and our work at the Low Carbon Hub to create an energy system which is good for people and for the planet, in Oxfordshire and beyond.
Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) is developing and testing new energy services and business models from a range of flexible assets, such as electric vehicles, in order to operate a smart, flexible energy system for a net-zero future. Paige discusses how electric vehicles (EVs) will be leveraged in LEO to provide local flexibility. This webinar covers unidirectional flexibility as well as bi-directional flexibility through vehicle to grid (V2G) technology.
Paige is Program Manager for Nuvve’s European Vehicle-to-Grid operations. She specialises in the integration of electric vehicles, from grid connection to energy market qualification and participation. Paige also works closely on energy policy and regulation in London. Previously, Paige worked at Tesla Motors, and in Regulatory Affairs and Clean Transport at Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) as a program manager on the vehicle grid integration project, BMW iCharge Forward.
Paige holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science/GIS from University of Denver, USA and an MBA from University of Denver and Tongji University in Shanghai. She has a professional certification from Stanford University in Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies.
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Low Carbon Hub webinar catch up: Project LEO’s smart-grid trials in Oxfordshire (so far)We’ve started a series of webinars, discussing the future of energy and our work at the Low Carbon Hub to create an energy system which is good for people and for the planet, in Oxfordshire and beyond. For our fourth webinar, Dr Scot Wheeler of Oxford University gave an overview of the smart-grid trials which have already…