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City of Boulder saves $270 per month from Fermata Energy’s V2X application

Fermata Energy’s mission is to use its vehicle-to-everything (V2X) software and hardware platform to turn EVs into energy-storage assets. The city of Boulder, Colorado has partnered with Fermata Energy on a vehicle-to-building (V2B) pilot that began in December 2020. Fermata says the project has demonstrated how V2B can deliver savings on a utility customer’s electricity… Read more »

Nissan LEAF earns $4,200 in Fermata Energy V2X pilot

Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) fans tout bidirectional charging as a way for fleets (or perhaps even individuals) to generate income and defray the cost of going electric. Now Fermata Energy has announced the results of a summer-long pilot project in which a customer-owned EV earned over $4,200 by participating in a utility demand response (DR) program. In… Read more »

Denver company teams with Fermata Energy for V2B bidirectional charging pilot

The Alliance Center, a coworking and event space in Denver, is testing a bidirectional charging system with Vehicle-to-Building (V2B) capabilities, in partnership with Fermata Energy. The system allows the battery pack in an EV to provide power to a building—and that came in mighty handy during the recent record heat wave. As many Denver residents… Read more »

Virtual Peaker and Fermata Energy aim to bring V2G technology to utilities

Kentucky-based Virtual Peaker and Fermata Energy have announced a partnership to integrate Fermata’s vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology with Virtual Peaker’s residential demand response platform, which is currently in use by several US utilities. Virtual Peaker’s Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS) application is a cloud-based energy management platform that can connect to any in-home smart device… Read more »

V2G value propositions: Fermata Energy is focused on building financially viable solutions for vehicle-to-grid

David Slutzky, an accomplished entrepreneur, has an eclectic background. In addition to having founded several successful companies, he’s served as a local elected official as well as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Clinton White House and the EPA. He’s been teaching at the University of Virginia for some time, on the Commerce, Architecture and… Read more »

TEPCO Ventures invests $2.5 million in V2G provider Fermata Energy

Fermata Energy, a provider of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology, has secured a $2.5-million strategic investment from TEPCO Ventures, the investment arm of Tokyo Electric Power. Fermata’s bi-directional chargers enable EV batteries to provide energy storage to the power grid, reducing power loads during peak times and consequently reducing electricity costs. Fermata Energy’s proprietary software system is… Read more »

Fermata’s newest V2X bidirectional charger, the FE-20

Fermata Energy, a specialist in vehicle-to-everything (V2X) charging systems, has successfully deployed its FE-15 bidirectional charger on multiple commercial projects. Now the company has added a second commercial V2X-capable bidirectional charger to its lineup, the FE-20. The FE-20 is a DC fast charger that can both charge and discharge the battery of a bidirectionally-enabled EV,… Read more »

Revel, Fermata and NineDot launch grid-connected V2G system in NYC

E-mobility and infrastructure provider Revel, clean energy developer NineDot Energy and V2G innovator Fermata Energy have launched a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) project that they say is the first one to be connected to New York City’s electrical grid. The bidirectional charging system, which is now live at Revel’s Red Hook, Brooklyn warehouse, can both charge EVs… Read more »

Heliox and Fermata partner on vehicle-to-everything (V2X) products

Fleet EVSE manufacturer Heliox is diving into the rapidly growing field of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) charging through a partnership with V2X service provider Fermata Energy. Through the new partnership, Heliox has developed a 20 kW bidirectional V2X-capable charger, which will be available later this year in the US. Heliox’s parent company Waterland Private Equity has made… Read more »

The emerging “non-utilities”—EVs are helping new players in the energy marketplace.

Gordon Feller serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations focused on the future of greener mobility. He formerly served as President Obama’s appointee to a US Federal Commission established to assess emerging energy-focused digital technologies. Dramatic pricing changes, shifting cost structures, new demand curves and technologies that enable efficient decentralization are driving a dramatic… Read more »