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Published on Jan 13, 2011
Getting the most out of power consumption. That's the idea behind the Edison Project: programming the recharging of electric vehicles at night and controlling how much electricity is needed and when.
The aim is to create a smart grid powered by renewable energies to promote the use of electric vehicles. Louise is one of 30 Danish civil servants who are testing electric cars in Bornholm, Denmark. Next year they will be the first to test the smart grid.
Maja Felicia Bendtsen, Project Leader at the Bornholm Utility Company explains how the process works: