Reduce your energy bills and support a low carbon future with the world’s first domestic bi-directional chargers.
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V2G technology is a game-changer in smart energy management as it not only enables users to import energy into their electric car or van when it is cheapest for them to do so and use it when they want, but they can also export any surplus energy back to the grid —and be paid for it. The car battery essentially becomes your own personal energy storage facility.
The idea of Vehicle-to-Grid charging is rooted in smart charging principles, enabling you to increase and decrease the charging of your car depending on when you need to use it. However, V2G also allows any surplus power accumulated in your vehicle to be sold back to the grid from your car battery, which is ideal for assisting the grid in balancing the energy load at peak times.
This two-way method of distributing energy is an eco-friendly solution designed to reduce CO2 emissions, stabilise the grid and support a more renewable future.
Charge your electric car and supply energy from the vehicle to the grid for a more cost-effective, eco-friendly way of living.
We proudly design, manufacture and support V2G chargers from our HQ in beautiful Malvern, Worcestershire.
Forget extra boxes, fuses and cables cluttering your house, we’ve squeezed everything you need to charge your electric vehicle.
V2G charger features
Our V2G chargers are Nissan Approved and CHAdeMO certified.
Come rain or shine, these bi-directional chargers can handle the elements and continue to perform at an optimum level all year round.
Power the building
You can provide energy to an electric vehicle and supply energy from the vehicle to the grid or a building.
Store energy in your vehicle for use later, saving on energy costs, reducing CO2 emissions, and managing your demand profile.
Input - AC (from the grid)
Maximum input power: 6kW
Maximum continuous input current: Variable up to 32A
Nominal frequency: 50Hz
Output - AC (to the grid)
Maximum output power: 6kW
Output voltage: 230V, AC ± 10% (1P)
Maximum continuous output current: Variable up to 32A
Nominal frequency: 50Hz
Output – DC (into vehicle)
Maximum DC Power: 6kW
Maximum input voltage: 500V (360-380V nominal)
Maximum input current: 15A DC