Three reasons why more and more automotive OEMs are now dabbling in residential energy storage systems

Nissan Motor Co., in collaboration with Eaton, has become the latest automotive OEM to unveil a stationary energy storage system for residential customers. The so-called Nissan xStorage system costs about $4,600 for a 4.2 kWh pack, and although that $1,100/kWh seems relatively steep, it does incl...

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