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MOBIl公布了由本田和通用汽车领导的电动汽车网格集成区块链标准EVGI

2020-10-8 14:25

 

昨天,移动开放区块链倡议(MOBI)公布了它的第一个电动汽车网格集成(EVGI)标准。EVGI工作组由本田和通用汽车(GM)领导。


当人们想到电动汽车和电网时,给汽车充电是脑海中闪现的首要目标。然而,在可再生能源部门,电池是使太阳能、风能或其他能源在产生过剩能源时能够储存起来的昂贵组件。电动汽车为大型电池提供了现成的来源。因此,在分散式能源网中使用汽车存储可再生能源的活动非常活跃。


为此,去年MOBI成立了一个工作组来探讨这个问题。昨天发布的声明信号设计规范。涉及的领域包括车辆到网格集成(V2G)、标记碳信用(TCC)和点对点(P2P)应用程序。这些标准与将要使用的区块链或分布式账本技术(DLT)无关。更多关于指定数据和函数。


MOBI的首席运营官和创始人Tram Vo说:“电动汽车、充电器和电力生产商可以有一个安全的身份,通过标准的消息格式进行通信,并在分布式账本上自动记录诸如充电、发电和交换等交易。”


本田和通用得到埃森哲、CPChain、IBM、IOTA基金会、太平洋天然气和电力公司(PG&E)、都灵理工大学和R3的支持。


本田欧洲研发部高级项目工程师Christian Kobel说:“分散化和直接P2P交互的概念将成为利用这个新市场和为节能终端客户构建有意义工具的关键因素。”“目标是实现可扩展的、以用户为中心的能源社区。”


已经有许多项目在探索使用与电网相连的电动汽车。丰田去年在日本启动了一个项目。在加州,Omega Grid公司正在与EDF合作。在欧洲,三大电力公司推出了Equigy来平衡电网。一家名为TenneT的公用事业公司已经与宝马和日产在双向充电方面展开了合作。Terna还与菲亚特克莱斯勒(Fiat Chrysler)建立了一个虚拟发电厂(VPP),为车队提供动力。

 

Yesterday the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI) unveiled its first electric vehicle grid integration (EVGI) standard. The EVGI working group is led by Honda and General Motors (GM).

When one thinks of electric vehicles and the grid, recharging the car is the primary purpose that springs to mind. However, in the renewable energy sector, batteries are an expensive component to enable solar, wind or other energy to be stored when excess energy is generated. And electric vehicles provide a ready source of large batteries. Hence there’s been significant activity around using cars to store renewable energy in decentralized energy grids.

To that end, last year MOBI set up a working group to explore the topic. Yesterday’s announcement signals the release a design specification. The areas covered are Vehicle to Grid Integration (V2G), Tokenized Carbon Credits (TCC), and Peer to Peer (P2P) applications. The standards are agnostic to the blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) to be used. It’s more about specifying data and functions.

“Electric vehicles, chargers, and electricity producers can have a secure identity, communicate with a standard messaging format, and automatically record transactions such as charging, generation, and exchange on a distributed ledger,” said Tram Vo, MOBI’s COO and Founder. 

Leaders Honda and GM were supported by Accenture, CPChain, IBM, the IOTA Foundation, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E), Politecnico di Torino, and R3.

“Decentralization and the concept of direct P2P interaction is set to become a key factor in leveraging this new market and building meaningful tools for energy-conscious end customers,” said Christian Köbel, Senior Project Engineer at Honda R&D Europe. “The goal is to enable scalable, user-centric energy communities.” 

There have already been numerous projects exploring using electric vehicles connected to grids. Toyota started a project last year in Japan. In California, Omega Grid is working with EDF. And in Europe, three major electricity utilities launched Equigy to crowd balance the grid. One of the utilities TenneT has worked with both BMW and Nissan on bidirectional charging. And Terna has an alliance with Fiat Chrysler for a virtual power plant (VPP) for a fleet of cars.

 

来自: Ledger Insights