Back two-way EV charging technology to slash costs and emissions, white paper urges

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Nissan's Leaf (pictured) and e-NV200 models are both capable of vehicle-to-grid charging
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Nissan's Leaf (pictured) and e-NV200 models are both capable of vehicle-to-grid charging

Vehicle-to-grid charging technology can deliver power system cost savings of almost £900m while helping slash the carbon intensity of electric vehicles, a new white paper backed by BEIS and EV manufacturer Nissan argues

Innovative technology enabling electric vehicles (EVs) to both give and take electricity from the grid can help cut costs and emissions and drive progress towards the UK's climate goals, according to a...

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