Renault’s ‘Advanced Battery Storage’ Program Explores The Potential Of Second-Life EV Batteries

Renault’s ‘Advanced Battery Storage’ Program Explores The Potential Of Second-Life EV Batteries

The Renault Group is launching its new Advanced Battery Storage program that will work to build Europe’s largest stationary energy storage system using a combination of used and new electric vehicle (EV) batteries by 2020.

Which should mean better trade-in value when replacing your EV's battery after 10+ years of use.

See https://cleantechnica.com/2018/10/13/renaults-advanced-battery-storage-program-explores-the-potential-of-second-life-ev-batteries/

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Renault's 'Advanced Battery Storage' Program Explores The Potential Of Second-Life EV Batteries | CleanTechnica
The Renault Group is launching its new Advanced Battery Storage program that will work to build Europe's largest stationary energy storage system using a combination of used and new electric vehicle (EV) batteries by

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