LAS VEGAS – After discussing it for years, Nissan appears to be getting serious about the possibilities of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. The Japanese automaker is establishing a new global business unit, Nissan Energy, to explore using Leaf battery-electric vehicles to power buildings during times of peak demand. The new business unit, which Nissan hopes to have commercialized by the end of this year and for which it is seeking clients, also aims to create stationary storage ...

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