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The Download: Explore Deep Diving and Virtual Power Plants in China


  • The deep dive explorations in underwater caves to test breathing hydrogen and unlock depths
  • The importance of virtual power plants in China’s EV ambitions

This article highlights two key elements: the deep diving exploration to test breathing hydrogen in underwater caves and the significance of virtual power plants in China’s electric vehicle (EV) ambitions.

In the deep dive exploration, Richard “Harry” Harris and his diving partner, Craig Challen, ventured into one of the deepest underwater caves on Earth to test the possibility of breathing hydrogen to unlock depths beyond human limits.

On the other hand, virtual power plants (VPPs) are playing a crucial role in China’s rapid adoption of electric vehicles. By coordinating energy consumption and supply through VPPs, China is able to incentivize EV owners to charge their vehicles during off-peak hours and even sell excess electricity back to the grid during peak demand times.

Overall, these advancements in deep diving exploration and VPP technology showcase the ever-evolving landscape of technology and its potential to revolutionize various industries.

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