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Nissan LEAF to Power Homes in Japan

In Japan this week, Nissan unveiled a system for using their LEAF EV to power a house during a power outage or shortage.

The two-way charging device isn't a new concept, it's been part of the brand name cialis idea for EVs all along, but finally companies are producing the technology and cialis pfizer nations are getting behind the idea of using EVs for extra power.  Denmark recently became the first country to create a program that pays EV owners for the power they feed back to the grid.

The two-way system is beneficial in two ways:  it lightens the load on cailis canadian farmacy the grid during peak hours and helps cover power shortages and it also allows EV owners to buy their power during cheaper night hours and then use it during more expensive peak hours.

The Nissan LEAF batteries can store up to it's great! viagra side effects 24kWh of electricity, which could power an average Japanese home for about two days.  If the system is just used during peak hours during the look here cialis blood thinner day though, the car would still have plenty of juice left for everyday trips.

In Japan where nuclear reactors have been taken offline since the tsunami, power shortages and blackouts have become more common.  Lithium ion storage batteries are available for homeowners to use as back-up power, but if you can use your car for the same purpose, it becomes more simplified.

via IT World

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Sure Setting The Standard
written by Barry, August 04, 2011
The Leaf sure is setting the standard these days. I wonder how their sales numbers will be, very interesting to see how it does.
written by Guest, August 04, 2011
The Volt has 16Kwh battery reserve (plus an onboard generator). I wonder if the same can be done with it? (Of course, one wouldn't want the generator to come on once the battery is drained and it is parked in a closed garage...)
written by Energy, August 07, 2011
this car is long overdue in the US!

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