UD-pioneered technology to accelerate changes in energy and transportation
The University of Delaware announced on Monday, Dec. 18, an expanded collaboration with Nuvve Corporation, owner of the revolutionary vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology developed at the University, that will further accelerate changes in energy and transportation.
The technology, already in commercial use in several areas of the world, points to a future where vehicles will routinely draw and discharge energy to the power grid.
Nuvve, a Delaware company based in California, gained exclusive global rights to market the technology in 2016.
“Our partnership with Nuvve Corporation demonstrates the University of Delaware’s abiding commitment to cutting-edge research and innovation. This collaboration opens up new horizons for synergizing the strengths of academia and industry in charting the future of clean and sustainable energy,” UD President Dennis Assanis said. “The University of Delaware’s students and researchers are—and will continue to be—a major force in the global transportation revolution.”