Nissan today said it is expanding its collaboration with German utility E.ON in Europe to advance its vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology so electric vehicle (EV) owners can charge their cars for free.
Under the new initiative Nissan and E.ON will explore opportunities on pilot activities and commercial offers related to V2G services, renewable energy generation and storage solutions, as well as grid integration for Nissan electric vehicle customers.
“We’re on a mission to break down every barrier to EV ownership. This exciting partnership with E.ON is another step on that journey,” Paul Willcox, chairman of Nissan Europe, said in a statement. “Our goal is for Nissan to be recognized as the go-to automotive partner for energy services,