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Houston County Schools employee Callie Johnston fuels one of the Georgia district’s CNG school buses.


Zoheb Davar at technology


company Mobility House, which integrates fleet vehicle batteries into the power grid via intelligent charging, energy and storage solutions, explained what he termed as the “damage charge” of electric bills. Any electricity gen- erated by an electric utility plant has to be consumed at that time, not stored, he said. The utility must continually balance power against


are partnering with utility companies to further lower the upfront costs. A hidden challenge is the effect of demand charges.


consumption. They insert these demand charges, which Davar added are designed to act as an incen- tive against what he called “peaky loads.” The demand


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