Go back to the enewsletter Lickety Split the l

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Lickety Split, the lobby-level coffee shop at Four Seasons Resort Orlando features techniques and equipment unique to Orlando that will delight travelling coffee connoisseurs.Serving Caffe Umbria coffee, a third-generation Italian coffee roaster based out of Seattle, Washington, and offering 6 different blends and 4 different brew styles, Lickety Split baristas are able to customise the coffee experience.  Now, for those who have ever wanted to become the consummate at-home coffee barista, Lickety Split presents the perfect chance. Guests can attend a Barista Bootcamp this December, learning how to master single drip coffee, cold brew coffee, coffee cocktails and latte art.The Barista Bootcamp is offered as part of Four SeasonsEntertain U(niversity), a series of unique classes offered between 1 October and 31 December, 2015 taught by the entertaining, culinary and beverage masterminds at Four Seasons properties across the globe.Classes will be offered on 5, 12,19 and 26 December 2015, from 5 to 7pm in Lickety Split.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

CharIN CCS Combo Standard To Offer V2G By 2025

first_imgSource: Electric Vehicle News Nuvve Announces Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Pilot Programs Nissan LEAF Powers Up Automaker’s U.S. Headquarters CCS will offer all the bi-directional charging featuresCharIN e.V. has released the roadmap for grid integration (V2H, V2G) of charging systems based on the Combined Charging System (CCS).Initially, the organization was busy with the popularization of CCS around the world and increasing the power output, which is now set at 350 kW (or even more). The standard will also include grid integration features, but the timeframe is some 7 years from now before it will be ready, on par with CHAdeMO.There are five levels of grid integration specified:Today: Grid-compliant ChargingTill 2020: Level 1 – V1G Controlled ChargingTill 2020: Level 2 – V1G/H Cooperative ChargingTill 2025: Level 3 – V2H Bidirectional ChargingAround 2025: Level 4 – V2G Aggregated (bidirectional) charging Honda Launches Wireless V2G With WiTricitycenter_img V2G news Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on January 23, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News “The CharIN e.V. recently published new position papers to illustrate their position towards grid integration and bidirectional charging, providing an outlook for future developments. The Combined Charging System (CCS) supports vehicle to grid communication (V2G) which enables power transfer from the electric car to the home or the grid.The CharIN focus group Grid Integration defined the most urgent steps to-wards vehicle to gird (V2G) functionality based on ISO/IEC 15118. For 2019 real showcases with reverse power transfer (DC) to the EVSE are planned.The CharIN e.V. published position papers defining the roadmap for V2G functionalities of CCS. What was a vision, now becomes a clear objective with defined tasks and a clear timeline. Customers will benefit from controlled charging and functions like Plug and Charge.The members of CharIN will make the stepwise implementation happen and are looking forward to a prosperous future of bidirectional charging with its appealing business cases.”last_img read more