Nissan has launched Nissan Energy Solar, an all-in-one energy solution for homes in the UK with the goal of someday making every day a sun day. Imagine fueling up your car from your oil-burning home furnace… nope, it’s simply unimaginable!Unlike...Show More Summary
Japanese automaker follows Tesla and Mercedes-Benz into the residential energy storage solution marketplace.
Japanese car company's solar and energy storage solution follows Tesla and Mercedes-Benz into the residential market.
Nissan is the latest automaker to get into the home energy storage business, following early movers Tesla and Mercedes-Benz. Nissan calls its solution Nissan Energy Solar, and the automaker announced it on Thursday during the Electric Ecosystem Experience symposium held in the Canary Islands. Traditionally, electricity collected by solar panels...
Electric power is a big part of the modern automaker's MO, and more and more are looking to flex these muscles when it comes to the home. The newly announced Nissan Energy Solar is the Japanese firm's take on a complete home energy management...Show More Summary
This week, Nissan announced "Nissan Energy Solar" at the Electric Ecosystem Experience powered by Nissan Intelligent Mobility. "Nissan Energy Solar is the all-in-one solution that combines world-class residential solar panels with energy storage system to make the most of UK homes. Show More Summary
Tesla's model of selling electric cars and solar panels seems to appeal to other automakers too - now Nissan is getting in on the game with Nissan Energy Solar. The company recently launched the service to sell rooftop panels along with their battery storage product xStorage Home. Show More Summary
In this edition of the clean transport and energy news roundup, we've got a few stories about Nissan, an update on the Elon Musk impersonation attempt, electric motorcycles, a hydrogen fuel-cell ferry boat, BYD's electric vehicles, Ford's...Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. A new 4.75 megawatt solar energy installation was recently brought online by Nissan outside of the company’s Sunderland production plant in the UK, according to reports. The new solar photovoltaic...Show More Summary
With the number of electric cars on the road expected to steadily increase by 2050, automakers have started looking at how electric cars and new autonomous driving technology will be able to transform the urban landscape. Nissan hasShow More Summary
Have you ever thought to yourself "Man, I wish my car was more visible at night!"? Well, Nissan may have you covered as they've managed to coat a Leaf with glow-in-the-dark paint. The resulting look is illuminating to say the least. By snagging UV light during the day the paint gets charged up to glow when it gets dark. The idea behind the car is...
The smart grids of the future will need a lot of energy storage, both to get the most out of intermittent sources like wind and solar, but also to even out the demand curve so that expensive, fossil-fuel peaker plants aren't as need...
Their cars are already getting greener, but Nissan is also working on more efficient ways to move them around the world.
Nissan is putting old Leaf battery packs to use as storage for solar energy EV charging stations.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and 4R Energy Corporation announced today that the two companies have developed and installed a new EV charging solution that combines renewable solar energy and high capacity lithium-ion batteries. The systemShow More Summary
Nissan and 4R Energy have developed a charging system for electric vehicles that combines a solar power generation system with high-capacity lithium-ion batteries. Testing of this new charging system began today at Nissan's Global Headquarters in Yokohama. Show More Summary