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emergency power

  1. MontyFloyd

    Using EVs to power homes in emergency, EV as batteries.

    Not the first time an EV was engineered to provide power to building, be it emergency or perhaps a get-away cottage. After the horrible 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami that caused the devastating nuclear disaster that crippled east Japan's power grid Nissan quickly created a method to power...
  2. A

    Rescue Mode

    Given the amount of Tesla cars on the road, it would be great if there was a "Rescue mode" whereby a Tesla driver could donate some battery power to a stranded Tesla on the road. Both cars would have to be in the Rescue Mode (one to donate and one to receive)and utilize a cable with Tesla plugs...
  3. Olle

    V2G (Vehicle to Grid) Poll

    Just read the interesting poll V2grid (Vehicle to Grid) and Tesla about if V2G was available, would you install it? It polled pretty unfavourably at only 32% yes. Between not wanting to wear out your car's battery pack, already having Powerwalls or living in a state without "Time of Usage"...

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