First of all, thanks for your input.The Leaf should be able to use V2H and I would imagine the Ariya would be the same. Are you planning on getting one @Santa?
Nissan’s Global Director of Electric Vehicles, Nic Thomas, recently took a trip Down Under for the Australian launch of the Nissan LEAF Plus. In his speech, he highlighted the LEAF’s bidirectional charging capability, which he said is already being used in Japan, and is expected to be available...chargedevs.com
ps: i dont agree with some of the statements from the (nice) link you gave.First of all, thanks for your input.
I have PV (Solar panels) over-cappacity and would like to use my day (over)production to use at night and for the rest of the week if i do some "more" driving.
I know that in scandinavia (Asia) they are far ahead of the rest of Europe. Look at this awesome BornholmFleet Bornholm solution
The TESLA solution is pretty expensive so the r.o.i. is not interesting, but why not use a car for it? its MUCH larger capacity, far less expensive, and already stored in the right place.
Even in Asia they are far ahead of us, so if "we" dont want to get to far behind (left in dust...) we should REALY make things available to "the people of Earth"
My wishes for a EV:
High seats (SUV like) because i'm not getting younger
VERRY deasent range
and yes V2H would be a option i'm willing to pay for (even if it doesnt come cheapo)