Base for all OpenV2G components
- PKIs: Provides PKIs for all roles in V2G.
- REST APIs: Connect OpenV2G to existing systems.
- Modular: Modules for all roles can be operated separately.
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Plug and Charge has the potential to provide great advantages in tearms of technical features and convenience for the user. This can be seen as a addon to the current market mechanisms and a upgrade to current user experience. All market roles, however have to implement the crypto mechanisms defined by the ISO/IEC 15118, deal with PKIs and handle certificates.
These common tasks can be provided by an open source implementation without influencing each parties market differentiation. A common implementation helps to develop the ecosystem more quickly, making more roaming partners available to those who want to use Plug and Charge.
This project will implement all necessary components of the V2G PKI infrastructure. However, since some of these components require an active link to a charging station or an electric vehicle, some parts will be implemented as mockup services to simulate these hardware components. The focus lies on the PKIs rather than on the ISO/IEC 15118 interface between car and infrastructure.
For the project scopes on the individual roles see /doc/roles-and-systems-list.csv.
Links to related projects and resources:
- V2G Clarity’s RISE-V2G The only fully-featured reference implementation of the Vehicle-2-Grid communication interface ISO 15118
- ISO 15118 User Group Join the ISO 15118 User Group for discussing Q&As regarding the implementation of ISO 15118 standard requirements
- ISO 15118 ISO 15118-2:2014 Road vehicles – Vehicle-to-Grid Communication Interface – Part 2: Network and application protocol requirements
Who can use this project?
All parties who implement a PnC market role.
How can I contribute?
Will all roles get implemented within OpenV2G?
There will pobably never be a implementation for the EV and the EVSE itself. There are other projects available which provide this functionality.
Where can I read about Plug and Charge itself?
Plug and Charge is defined by the ISO/IEC 15118 standard which you would need to buy.
Are there other resources to learn about Plug and Charge?
The OpenV2G implementation is under development.
We would therefore appreciate your help in pushing the development forward.
If you would like to see a feature implemented or want to contribute a new feature, you are welcome to open an issue to discuss it and we will be more than happy to help.
If you choose to make a contribution, please fork this repository, work on a feature and submit a pull request. cote is the next level of microservices — be part of the revolution.
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