AMQ engineers demonstrate groundbreaking Vehicle-to-Home technology

In a groundbreaking feat, Advanced Manufacturing Queensland (AMQ) engineers have successfully demonstrated Vehicle-to-Home (V2H) technology with a F-150 in Australia.

V2H harnesses stored energy within vehicles like the F-150 Lightning for diverse applications beyond transportation. A striking example was the recent power-up of the AMQ factory lunchroom solely using the F-150 Lightning’s energy, highlighting the practicality and versatility of V2H.

“Our engineers have taken our expertise to electrifying new heights with V2H technology,” stated a key engineer at AMQ. “These vehicles are mobile power plants capable of revolutionising access to reliable electricity, especially in remote areas. This innovation opens the possibility of extending essential services to regions lacking easy access to electricity. Imagine rural medical centres being able to rely on V2H technology, ensuring uninterrupted services for patients in critical need.”

The successful V2H demonstration by the AMQ team not only showcases their technical prowess but also underscores their commitment to sustainable energy solutions. This milestone sets a new standard for innovation in the automotive industry, positioning AMQ as a trailblazer in the pursuit of a greener, more sustainable future.

For inquiries and to learn more about V2H technology, interested parties are encouraged to contact AMQ today. Join us as we embark on a journey towards a brighter, more electrified tomorrow.