The article also has opposing view points on V2G. They range from "pie in the sky" and at the "science project stage" to a technology that's "underutilized" and "win-win" for power companies and car owners. The costs for making your car into a back-up generator were quoted at $2,000 to $4,000 with simple ones built for just $200. Couldn't you just plug in your house in the cigarette lighter?
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