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The Nissan V2G system is already a reality in the UK
The Nissan V2G system is already a reality in the UK

The Nissan V2G system is already a reality in the UK

Nissan electric vehicles change over versatile vitality focuses to supply electricity to the grid, is the suggestion that is as of now viable in the United Kingdom because of the joint venture of Nissan and Enel.

The car organization Nissan and Enel, reported in London the dispatch of the usage in real utilize Vehicle Connected Network (Vehicle-to-Grid V2G) by the operation of 100 units of the framework in areas concurred with private and business clients of the Nissan Leaf and Nissan e-NV200. Along these lines, electric vehicles get to be portable energy to supply electricity to the grid.

This system will offer proprietors of electric vehicles Nissan the capacity to connect to their vehicles V2G system, so they have the flexibility and power to dispose of the energy stored in the battery of your electric car and sell it to the national grid.

The Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology allows electric vehicles fully integrated into the national grid when standing. This gives owners of electric vehicles and companies with large fleets of electric vehicles the opportunity to use their vehicles as mobile electrical centers. The system allows owners of an electric vehicle connected to the mains to recharge your battery in periods of low demand and economic rate, and then use the electricity stored in the battery of your electric vehicle at home, where the costs are higher, or even send excess electricity to the grid and earn extra income.

The Nissan V2G system is already a reality in the UK

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