Hybrid electric vehicles
On the road to energy success.
The Energy Information Administration estimates that baseline electricity
demand will increase 25% by 2030 with an additional 8% increase projected
to meet the need of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) in this
One example of how EnergyAxis offers improved energy efficiency and environmental sustainability is through the use of PHEVs as distributed storage devices. Because EnergyAxis is able to support bi-directional metering (enabling it to track availability of power from renewable resources), a consumer could establish charging preferences that favor green sources of supply. Similarly, based on consumer priorities, charging and load dispatch within the home or premise could respond to both real time pricing and availability of renewable sources.
With EnergyAxis, your utility will be ready to accept the challenge and move hybrid-electric
vehicles further down the road of progress.