BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) has announced a partnership with an energy software company Sheru to develop the country’s first vehicle-to-grid station. The partnership will also help in easing pressure on power demand and in strengthening the power grid.
According to the notification, Sheru’s proprietary bidirectional battery-swapping station will provide swappable batteries for electric 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, and rickshaws and help power their mobility. The same station would also support BRPL’s power requirement during periods of peak power need. The collaboration leverages the strengths of the parties and provides benefits to all sides.
Sheru is an energy storage company based out of New Delhi. The company provides cloud storage solutions by aggregating idle battery capacity to create a virtual energy storage platform.