Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-07 Thread Hoegberg via EV
[ That one below was aimed for the list, hotmail seems not to like the new evdl-settings, a reply goes only to the original sender. I noticed it to late. / John ] From: hoegb...@hotmail.com To: leeah...@earthlink.net Subject: RE: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical Date: Sat, 7 Jun 2014 13:28:36

Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-06 Thread Haudy Kazemi via EV
; Electric Vehicle Discussion List Subject: Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical On 06/06/2014 09:41 AM, Robert E CIV USNA Annapolis Bruninga via EV wrote: Subj was: RE: [EVDL] EVLN: E-school-buses$aveschooldistrictsmillions I just think the fluctuation in loads is substantially more predictable than

Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-06 Thread Bill Dube via EV
If you are concerned about your EV somehow supplying unwanted current, burning up wires, juicing an electrician, etc. one could think of several ways to electronically sense if the grid had gone dark, or some circuit breaker in the chain had tripped. I agree that if the GFCI didn't trip when

Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-06 Thread Peri Hartman via EV
, too. But it wouldn't put anything back into the grid. Peri -Original Message- From: EV [mailto:ev-boun...@lists.evdl.org] On Behalf Of Bill Dube via EV Sent: 06 June, 2014 12:27 PM To: Cor van de Water; Electric Vehicle Discussion List Subject: Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical If you

Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-06 Thread Lee Hart via EV
Peri Hartman via EV wrote: You wouldn't even need a central instruction. It could be the same V2G electronics, but only one way. That is, when there's a dip in voltage charging decreases. The bigger the dip, the more the charge shuts down. I suppose it could also react to spikes and absorb

Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-06 Thread Robert Bruninga via EV
I think a better solution would be to make a charger that *compensates* for the power factor of the home ...Such a charger won't just have a do no harm effect; it will *improve* the power factor of the house!-- Remind me We dont pay for bad power factor do we? Do our electric meters read

Re: [EVDL] V2G at L1 is practical

2014-06-06 Thread Dennis Miles via EV
All metering by your utility is Watt Hours, Not Volt-Amperes. However, that is true only for residential service, and commercial metering measures and triggers a premium rate in the event of exceeding a certain Power Factor, and or Peak Demand consumption rate during the billing interval (the rate