I am producing way too much power from my solar panels. A 15 kWh battery is an $18,000 investment. I worked out that at the 12 cents differential between what I get paid for export and what I pay for import it would take 41 years to pay off the battery if I used all of its capacity every day. No payback and the battery won’t last that long.
Then looked at used Leaf batteries and some of the BSMs created to manage them as a poor man’s Tesla Powerwall 2. Too risky. But then I thought, my EV has 54 kWh. Why can’t I just use its battery?
Wallbox Quasar | The first bidirectional charger for your home has a bi-directional charger that can use the EV to pull power out of in the evenings. Is this on the roadmap for EVNEX?
A 7.2 kW T2 connector would permit 7.2 kW back to the house. Even provide backup in the case of grid failure.