Renault and Connected Energy Bringing Second-Life EV Battery Storage to Europe

By Jon LeSage Renault electric vehicles are providing second-life batteries for energy storage in Europe.
Groupe Renault has installed two quick charging stations in Belgium and Germany with partner, UK-based Connected Energy. It’s the starting point of installing the E-STOR energy storage technology on highways in Europe.
E-STOR was developed by Connected Energy to offer all the benefits of stored energy, say the companies.
Renault is a top seller of battery electric vehicles in Europe, and will have access to a plentiful supply of used lithium-ion battery packs. Where will they get them? They’ll comes from the Renault Zoe, Kangoo Z.E., Twizy, Fluence Z.E., and SM3

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