Nissan recently installed 8 vehicles to power grid (V2G) charging pile in the European technology research and development center in Cranfield, UK. Vehicle to grid (V2G) technology will achieve the two-way interaction between the power grid and electric vehicles, while charging the electric car can also be necessary when the power of the car battery power transmission to the grid.
The charging pile will be used by Nissan's European technology research and development center, which is the first time the technology is used by the R & D center. Nissan's electric power supplier Enel, which launched a pilot project earlier this year, has provided 100 vehicles to power grid (V2G) charging equipment in the UK.
As part of Nissan's intelligent travel vision, Nissan has been driving the development of its European main facility to power grid (V2G) technology and energy storage solutions. Nissan said that the European technology research and development center of the V2G charging pile will prove that the electric car can become a more clean and efficient energy network.
The European R & D center is responsible for vehicle design and development vice president David Moss said at a news conference: "it gives us a chance to show to the outside world, the energy management system that Nissan is developing will be how to play a role in the real business environment. Integrating the technology into Nissan devices shows our confidence in it, and we firmly believe that Nissan's electric cars will play an important role in the sustainable and more efficient technology ecosystem."
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