Stored Energy from a Nissan Leaf Powers Historic Denver Building

Stored Energy from a Nissan Leaf Powers Historic Denver Building

The 40,000 square foot Alliance Center in Denver is installing a bidirectional electric vehicle charger and advanced software technology in the parking lot that serves the building; the system will work in conjunction an electric vehicle owned by The Alliance Center, using energy stored in the Nissan Leaf battery to charge the building during peak demand times.

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