|Posted by Jim stACk on July 8, 2014 at 6:50 PM||comments (0)|
Uploaded on Nov 30, 2011
The Nissan Leaf is more than just a car. It is also a way to store extra electricity from your house to use later, or even for directly powering your home. Inside Nissan Leaf's battery is enough electricity to power an average Japanese home for two days. How can we take advantage of that resource to change the way we live in the future? Nissan Technology Magazine's Erika Yokoyama explores this new EV home lifestyle.
Nissan Technology Magazine (NTM), through reports and interviews with experts both within Nissan and around the world, will take a look at these advances, and attempt to paint a picture of what the "Future of Mobility" might look like.
NISSAN TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE
|Posted by Jim stACk on December 30, 2013 at 9:30 AM||comments (2)|
Please let us know what you have done with Vehicle To Home/GRID in the USA. It is being used all over the world and in Delaware but not available in the USA in most States. It will need a Rate Structure Like Solar for Net-Metering where the power put into the GRID can get the proper credit. If you use it as a Power Backup like a generator you just need the proper automatic disconnect for the GRID side and Inverter to make since wave AC for you home.
Let us know what you have done or seen. It's a whole new World in an EV World. EV=Electric Vehicle.