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Introduction to Week 2

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Welcome to the second week of the course,  hopefully from week one you have a good   understanding of what V2G is, why it might be  important, and a high level of how V2G systems,   such as the one we have here, work. This week  we’ll be first exploring the context of V2G   within our rapidly changing, increasingly  interrelated, energy and transport systems   in greater detail before taking a  look at five key value propositions.   There’s certainly lots to fit in so I hope  you are feeling fresh and ready to learn.   As V2G is still a relatively immature technology  there is lots of uncertainty and therefore a   variety of opinions about how things will evolve.  With that in mind please feel free to share your   views and engage in discussions with your  fellow learners.
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