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Journal
2011 | 44 | 5 | 166-172
Article title

The Value of "Vehicle to Grid" Integration into Warehouse Logistics Management - Case of Slovenian Retailer

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Abstracts
EN
Wide-scale application photovoltaic energy sources for electricity production purposes is quite a challenge in Slovenia. The nature of sun is unpredictable, and the Slovenian National Grid has no significant storage opportunities today - if the V2G (vehicle-to-grid) solutions could be competitive in the near future we could prepare for the special circumstances: the batteries of electrically driven forklifts could provide attractive storage functions for renewable electricity storage. The following paper presents an overview of some "environmental background approaches" to show the complexity of this innovative system and to show the value of V2G technology and its application in warehouse logistics.
Publisher
Journal
Year
Volume
44
Issue
5
Pages
166-172
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Dates
published
2011-09-01
online
2011-10-05
Contributors
author
  • Faculty of Logistics Celje, University of Maribor, Mariborska cesta 7, 3000 Celje, Slovenia
author
  • Faculty of Engineering Sciences, Department of Logistics and Forwarding, Széchenyi István University, A-511 Egyetem tér 1, 9026 Győr, Hungary
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.doi-10_2478_v10051-011-0017-6
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