BMW takes lead in consortium for smart-grid vehicle charging

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BMW will lead a consortium that is developing bidirectional charge management (BCM), a means to intelligently integrate electric vehicles into the energy system.

BMW will lead a consortium that is developing bidirectional charge management (BCM), a means to intelligently integrate electric vehicles into the energy system. The consortium, which will be operational for the next three years, plans to conduct a test with 50 BMW i3 EVs in early 2021.

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