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The government has until early March before the debt ceiling kicks in. It could then also miss some social security payments. But the Democrat-controlled House shows no sign of agreeing Trump’s demands for $5.7 billion to fund a border wall. And a House vote to fund the government through Feb. 28 was postponed to the coming week. Mnuchin meanwhile has declined to testify to the House about how the shutdown may affect the upcoming tax filing season. - On Day 28, no sign of end to U.S. partial government shutdown.

- Shutdown clouds outlook for consumer-driven U.S, economic growth, - Treasury’s Mnuchin declines to testify before House panel on shutdown, Graphic: U.S, government shutdowns - tmsnrt.rs/2ASK2RN, Yes, it is that time of year again! Movers and shakers from politics, central banks, industry and finance descend onto the Swiss Alpine town of Davos to brainstorm, chinwag, network, ski, party and figure out how to deal with some of the world’s most pressing problems, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will join Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa, among others, Of course no Davos would be complete without International Monetary Fund chief Christine tiffany knot cufflinks Lagarde, and Britain’s Prince William will add a splash of royal glamour, And then there are the new(ish) kids on the block: Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsanero, Italy’s Giuseppe Conte and his Spanish counterpart Pedro Sanchez..

But more noteworthy may be the list of those who won’t come: U.S. President Donald Trump and his cabinet, Brexit-bound British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron, who will stay at home to deal with the “yellow vest” protests. This year’s theme at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum? “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”. - Reuters coverage of the 2019 WEF: uk.reuters.com/davos.

FRANKFURT/LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Ever wanted to run your electric car for free? If you’re open to a bit of give and take, then stay plugged in and your wishes might come true, At least that’s what some European power companies and Japanese carmakers believe, E.ON (EONGn.DE) and EDF (EDF.PA) are already working with Nissan (7201.T) to develop services that allow power tiffany knot cufflinks stored in electric vehicle batteries to be sold back to the grid - and now they’re trying to persuade European carmakers to follow suit..

With millions of electric cars expected on European roads over the next decade, utility firms see both an opportunity to sell drivers more electricity and a risk that surges in charging at peak times could destabilize stressed power grids. That’s why E.ON is working with Nissan to develop so-called vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services, including software for aggregating and marketing charging data so the German power company can predict peaks and troughs in electricity demand. Nissan’s idea is that if you charge your electric vehicle (EV) at off-peak times and are prepared to sell power back to the grid when it’s under strain, you could effectively charge for free.

French utility EDF has teamed up with San Diego-based V2G technology specialist Nuvve to build the first commercial-scale V2G charging network in Europe for vehicles made by Japan's Nissan and Mitsubishi (7211.T), Europe’s biggest utility by market value, Italy’s Enel (ENEI.MI), has also worked with Nissan and Nuvve on V2G pilots in Denmark and the Netherlands, as well as in Rome and Genoa, The problem for the utilities is that unlike Nissan, tiffany knot cufflinks the French and German firms that will make most of the electric cars expected on Europe’s road in coming years are not playing ball - at least for now..

E.ON and EDF are talking to European carmakers about taking V2G seriously, according to two industry sources, but they are more focused on EV charging technology that the sources say is less suited to two-way flows than Japanese standards. IONITY, a joint venture of Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), Daimler (DAIGn.DE), BMW (BMWG.DE) and Ford (F.N), said it did not see an initial case for V2G in its drive to install high-speed charging stations across Europe to facilitate long-distance journeys. “Our clients want to charge fast and not feed back in,” a spokesman for IONITY said. “Only in combination with an external storage system would a use case possibly be interesting.”.

The other big V2G holdout is EV pioneer Tesla (TSLA.O), which also sells large stationary batteries for home power storage, Tesla declined to comment on V2G, The idea of using millions of EV batteries as large virtual power plants to put power back tiffany knot cufflinks into the grid has been around for years though the concept is still mostly at the pilot phase, mainly because there are very few EVs on the roads now, But its appeal to the power industry is obvious, With a typical car driving less than 10 percent of the day, the rest of the time car batteries could be used to balance out demand and supply swings in energy networks that increasingly need to juggle intermittent solar and wind power..