Nissan Leaf certified as an electrical energy storage system for the German network
Nissan together with the technology company The Mobility House, the energy supplier ENERVIE and the transmission system operator Amprion have reached an important milestone on the road to integration between energy and zero-emission mobility.
In Hagen (Germany) thanks to the pilot project that uses an innovative technology of charging and energy management, the project partners have managed to qualify a Leaf in all the regulatory parameters of the TSO for the primary regulation of the power supply.
This allows the car to be used as an energy reserve for the German electricity grid; a big step forward in the affirmation of the Vehicle-to-Grid technology in Germany.
Nissan Leaf is the first 100% electric car that exceeds the pre-qualification phase as an electrical energy storage system according to the guidelines of the German Transmission System Operators.