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A Conceptual Framework for the Forklift-to-Grid (F2G) Implementation

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ABSTRACT

This paper focuses on presenting the current research findings on the “Vehicle to Grid” concept and proposes theoretical model of F2G integration in energy management of a warehouse. The study is based on an analysis of collected data and on model calculations of the economic value. Analyses of data, calculations of economic value and profitability of the proposed business model give positive results, which fully confirm the thesis that the integration of renewable energy sources and new modern technologies in the logistic processes can improve energy management.

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M. Knez and B. Rosi, "A Conceptual Framework for the Forklift-to-Grid (F2G) Implementation," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 4 No. 6, 2013, pp. 458-463. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2013.46052.

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