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V2G

V2G
 n.— «As long as it has fuel, the Prius can produce at least three kilowatts of continuous power, which is adequate to maintain a home’s basic functions. This form of vehicle-to-grid technology, often called V2G, has attracted hobbyists, university researchers and companies like Pacific Gas & Electric and Google.» —“Power to the People: Run Your House on a Prius” by Jim Motavalli New York Times Sept. 2, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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