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Nuvve partners with Swell Energy to provide residential and commercial customers with holistic, renewable EV charging management

Swell EV charging

Nuvve Holding Corp. has announced a new partnership with energy management provider Swell Energy Power to integrate each company’s respective technologies to accelerate EV adoption. The companies are combining Nuvve’s cloud-based vehicle-to-grid EV charging technology with Swell’s solar energy and battery storage to create one holistic system for both residential and commercial customers.

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Nuvve joint venture announces collab with BYD to integrate V2G tech in up to 5,000 BEVs


EV manufacturer BYD has announced a strategic collaboration with Levo – a joint venture between Fleet as a Service (FaaS) provider Nuvve, and capital investors Stonepeak, and Evolve. As part of the collaboration, BYD will implement Levo’s technology and capital to offer fully financed medium and heavy-duty BYD commercial EVs.

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Nuvve and Romeo Power team up to accelerate V2G integration on commercial EVs

Nuvve Romeo Power

Nuvve Holding Corp. has announced a new collaboration with energy technology developer Romeo Power to integrate each company’s respective technologies toward accelerated vehicle-to-grid (V2G) adoption. The collaboration will make Romeo Power’s battery management system (BMS) V2G compatible, thanks to Nuvve’s platform, regardless of the type of commercial vehicle.

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Nuvve announces V2G charging hubs and TaaS for future EVs

Nuvve V2G

Transportation electrification and vehicle to grid (V2G) specialist Nuvve recently announced plans to implement charging hubs and offer Transportation as a Service (TaaS) to commercial fleets. This V2G hub model will utilize renewable energy and bi-directional charging to help ensure grid resiliency. Furthermore, Nuvve’s TaaS model will offer commercial fleets an arsenal of EV services and pricing options to help ensure today’s vehicles can become electrified more quickly and seamlessly.

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