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Nissan announced partnership with Eaton
14 December 2015

Nissan announced partnership with Eaton

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    Nissan announced a landmark partnership with power management specialists, Eaton to ensure that the batteries that power electric vehicles work to mitigate the impact of climate change long after the life of the car.



    Nissan and Eaton will combine their respective expertise in lithium-ion batteries and power electronics respectively, to bring reliable and cost-competitive energy storage and control technologies to the market.

    The partnership will focus on creating commercially viable energy storage and control centres that will provide a sustainable ‘second life’ for Nissan’s lithium-ion batteries after their automotive usage. With more than 70 years of electric vehicle heritage and over 50 years of experience in power electronics, Nissan and Eaton are primed to take on the challenge.

    The first module to be deployed will combine second-life LEAF batteries with Eaton’s uninterruptable power supply (UPS) technology and solar PV to create a stand-alone energy storage and control package that will allow customers to manage energy consumption and supply, whilst connected to, or independent of, the grid.

    The storage and control module will offer an affordable, long-term method for harnessing clean energy, further facilitating the deployment of renewable energy and increased grid stability and efficiency.

    The partnership announcement was made during the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21), for which the Renault-Nissan Alliance is providing a fleet of two hundred 100% electric vehicles, including the best-selling Nissan LEAF, for participants.

    Nissan ha anunciado hoy una asociación emblemática con Eaton, la empresa especialista en gestión energética, para garantizar el uso de las baterías que impulsan los vehículos eléctricos para mitigar el impacto del cambio climático mucho después del final de la vida útil del coche.

    Nissan y Eaton combinarán su experiencia en baterías de iones de litio y electrónica energética respectivamente, para introducir en el mercado tecnologías fiables y competitivas de almacenamiento y control energético.

    La asociación se centrará en crear centros de almacenamiento y control energético comercialmente viables que ofrecerán una "segunda vida" sostenible para las baterías de iones de litio de Nissan tras ser usadas en automóviles. Con más de 70 años de herencia en vehículos eléctricos y más de 50 años de experiencia en electrónica energética, Nissan y Eaton son las mejores opciones para afrontar este reto.

    El primer módulo que se usará, combinará baterías reutilizadas del LEAF con la tecnología de la fuente de alimentación ininterrumpible (UPS, por sus siglas en inglés) y del sistema fotovoltaico de Eaton para crear un paquete independiente de almacenamiento y control energético que permitirá a los clientes gestionar su consumo y suministro eléctrico cuando estén conectados a la red eléctrica y también cuando no lo estén.

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