Nissan says new generation Leaf electric car will be an “energy asset” for the home and grid, and dismisses Tesla big battery in South Australia as a “waste of resources”.
Nissan launches new all-electric Nissan Leaf onto Australian market, and signs deal for fast-charging discounts with ChargeFox.
Nissan announces plan to create “electric car ecosystem” that will allow sharing, supply and storage of energy using li-ion batteries in cars or in a “second-life”.
Electric vehicle to grid, and to home, hold a lot of promise for the world’s rapidly transforming electricity grids, but they’re not quite there yet. And there are many reasons for this.