The Nissan LEAF EV was ahead of its time when it arrived back in 2010, and to keep up with the changing electric vehicle landscape, Nissan just released its first bi-directional charger for the United States.
Bi-directional charging, also known as V2G (vehicle-to-grid) technology, allows an electric vehicle to not only receive electric power but share it back with the grid. For example, select EVs can power a home if the battery is big enough.
While the Ford F-150 Lightning is getting a lot of attention for its bi-directional charging capabilities, where it can power a house, it’s not the only one. In fact, all LEAF models from 2013 and newer support bi-directional charging.
The LEAF has struggled over the last few years, but now that it’s one of the most affordable EVs on the market, people are starting to take notice. So, if you own a 2013 or newer Nissan LEAF, now you can get Nissan’s official V2G charger manufacturered in partnership with Fermata Energy.
With Fermata Energy and Nissan’s charger, LEAF owners can quickly charge a vehicle anytime. Then, during peak hours, like hot summer months,…
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