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Nissan to launch EV-to-home power management system in June

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Nissan Motor Co. said Wednesday it will launch in Japan in mid-June the world’s first power management system to feed electricity to the home from an electric vehicle.

By connecting the EV Power Station developed by Nichicon Corp. directly to a distribution panel at home and its connector to a Nissan Leaf electric vehicle’s charging port, the system allows the electric vehicle to supply enough power needed in a household for two days.

The unit, 65 centimeters in width and 78 cm in height, also functions as a charger that can fully recharge the EV within four hours, about half the time required by the regular charging system. The cost of introducing the system at home is expected to be around 330,000 yen, including taxes and subsidies, the automaker said.


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