Nissan Leaf may power your home and it will save your monthly bills in future. Nissan and Enel have signed an agreement called Vehicle 2 Grid which allow consumers to store, use and return electricity to grid.
Paul Willcox Chairman for Nissan Europe said it is their first step towards an integrated automotive energy eco-system. While Ernesto Ciorra, Chief Innovation Officer at Enel said it is a cornerstone for future of electric system and the partnership will bring new services to their customers.
In near future, consumers will charge their Nissan Leaf during cheap tarrif period (low demand), they may use it and sell back the remaining electricity back to grid when tariff is high (peak hour).