How much will it cost to install bi-directional charging for my electric vehicle

How much will it cost to install bi-directional charging for my electric vehicle

If you wish to install the infrastructure which will allow you to turn your Nissan Leaf into a battery (rather than simply using the normal wallplug to charge it), the cost will be about the same as purchasing a battery outright (approx $10k). Something to take into consideration is that using your car as a battery will reduce its lifespan, i.e. because it will be charging and discharging, like a battery. This will all depend on how regularly/how many kms you drive. Be mindful that currently this technology only works with the Nissan Leaf
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