According to Nissan it is a world first. At the Pavilion, the new exhibition space of the manufacturer built near the site of the House, in the city of Yokohama, and visitors can pay for parking through your own electric car: instead of the yen, corresponds to energy, yielding part of the charge to the battery system of the structure.
More than a service, a philosophy. The Nissan Pavilion is a hall of 10 thousand square meters equipped with solar panels and powered by renewable energy. And the choice to pay for parking with electricity is part of the philosophy with which the whole of the museum, that on August 1, will finally open to the public, was designed: “While the world switches to electric mobility, the electric vehicles will be integrated in society in ways that go beyond simple transport,” said the ceo of the House, Makoto Hucida.
There are also vehicles in the sharing. In this process, the Nissan is involved since the launch of the Leaf, with the development of technologies for sharing (Nissan Energy Share), store (Nissan Energy Storage) and reuse the electricity. The Pavilion also offers the possibility to rent means of sharing to facilitate the mobility of tourists.
Source: Quattroruote.en – Edited by Anthon K.