How the coming boom in electric and self-driving vehicles will transform the grid

By Robert Walton, Utility Dive

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A new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance imagines a world in 2030 where transportation in dozens of urban areas is electrified and autonomous, and utilities are supplying greater amounts of power to keep it running. Getting there will require cities to develop new systems of transportation and use cases. According to BNEF, the best will combine “shared mobility, autonomy, and electrification with integrated energy systems, public transport, and infrastructure.” Continue reading.

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