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Well good morning, good afternoon and good evening, wherever you are in the world, hello and welcome to the Saturday 21st July edition of EV News Daily. It’s Martyn Lee here with the news you need to know about electric cars and the move towards sustainable transport.


And occasionally on a Saturday I like to pause the news for a day and bring you an interview or behind the scenes look at the world around electric transport.


Today we’re heading to Moixa, a British technology company, founded in 2006 by Simon Daniel and Chris Wright, which focuses on Energy Innovation. They invent, manufacture and distribute smart energy technology and are the UK’s leading home battery company.


I sat down for a chat with Chief Technology Officer Chris Wright.  We talk about:

*How electric vehicles can be part of a smart software solution to manage energy

*How home batteries don’t need to be as large as we think

*How we can use EVs for Vehicle To Grid (V2G) and Vehicle To Home (V2H)

*Japan is leading the way for powering homes with Nissan LEAF’s

*The future of home energy and when you’ll charge your EV

*Grid balancing, renewables and storage to lower our carbon footprint

*Using algorithms to know when it’s cheapest the charge your car


Thank you Chris Wright and the Moixa team for being so kind to welcome me. Thank you also to Guste Sadaunykaite at Moixa and Will Spragg at Greenhouse PR.


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