Using electric school buses to power the grid / Remote driving and Starlink
Vehicle to Grid (v2g) to provide power from car batteries is tough. A new venture wants to do it with electric school buses, which follow a fixed schedule and have big batteries. I examine how that would work at:
Previously, I reported on Halo, a new service providing a car delivered to you via remote driving. You drive it yourself, a form of what I called a whistlecar many years ago. I discuss the advantages of that and debate if a network like Starlink could enable remote driving.