If Nissan will continue to move in this direction, the owners of electric vehicles will soon not have to pay Parking money – if only there was a reserve in their car. The automaker has opened in Yokohama exhibition hall, in which electric cars Leaf, Ariya and their brethren unable to pay for a Parking space, paying part of the energy of their batteries in the building.
First and foremost, this step is intended as a demonstration of energy distribution systems Nissan Energy Share, allowing, in particular, to use electric cars as sources of electricity in case of natural disasters, which is very important for Japan. Exposure with connected electric vehicles will be open until 23 October.
However, the consequences of this action can be much wider. It is not excluded that in the near future many owners of buildings or spaces will see the benefits in this method of payment and will offer drivers of electric cars to pay for Parking to share power instead of money. In the long term this will reduce the cost of travel on electric vehicles and significantly expand their use.