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Nissan driving Australia s electric future with the Nissan Ariya





Ever since the introduction of Nissan Leaf in the Australian market in 2010. It has been one of the most affordable emission free vehicle, and considering the 270km battery range and on average 280km weekly travel of an Australian driver equates to charging the vehicle once a week. Nissan Leaf encompasses a CHAdeMO DC charging and Mennekes Type 2 AC charging utilising almost all of Nissan charging infrastructure. Japanese car maker Nissan will make available of all its electrified version of all its cars in Japan from start of 2021.

The newly speculated Japanese EV model Ariya is based on mixture of its IMx concept and its Dayz city car. Nissan is supercharging their EV range with the new model Ariya, it will come with either 65kWh and 90kWh providing 350km and 500km respectively. Early signs of the new wave of electrification in the market. This is further solidified by the growing trend by governments to tighten vehicle emissions regulations, as countries work to reduce the amount of CO2 levels that are release into the atmosphere by internal combustion engines. “Australia is already conspicuous in its absence of meaningful regulations, incentives and mandates supporting the transition to electric vehicles,” the energy council said. Australia has one of the highest CO2 levels per capita. Promises of zero carbon emissions by 2030 is promise made by the current political party. To complete this futuristic goal, car makers like Nissan must increase electrification of fleets, and reduce sales of pure internal combustion engine vehicles. Nissan Leaf chargers help to recharge owners vehicles overnight.

Nissan Leaf has gained a strong traction for its new technology of Vehicle to grid market. Nissan leaf supports its use of bidirectional Nissan charging to provide an alternative power source for homes. With an increase emphasises on energy generation on our own roof compared to receiving energy through the grid. However, there is a timing mismatch between usage and generation using the solar method. V2G functionality of EV eases the problem slightly by allowing EV’s to store energy and be used when needed. Vehicle-to-home capabilities for the Nissan Leaf are also expected to become available in Australia in late 2020 once home charging units to enable the feature gain certification for use locally.

“As the brand with the only V2G-capable vehicle from factory on the Australian market today, we are exceptionally proud to support this project, and to introduce this technology to Australia,” says Nissan Australia Managing Director, Stephen Lester. “With more people working from home currently, with a Nissan LEAF in the driveway, a household could significantly reduce their power bills by using their vehicle as a battery. And if they have solar panels, they can maximise their use of renewable energy, and still have an exciting zero-emissions car to drive.”
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