VW says EV owners will be able to charge when production exceeds demand and sell power back to the grid during peak electricity usage.
The chief strategist at Volkswagen says vehicle-to-grid technology will open up new business opportunities for the automaker.
Cars that support the technology can store excess power and sell it back to the electrical grid in times of need.
The Nissan Leaf already supports this technology, but the feature also needs to be supported by the charger.
Volkswagen’s transition to electrification continues to yield business opportunities, according to its chief strategist, Michael Jost. In addition to vehicle sales, it has the growing Electrify America charging network, and now it looks like the company is planning to use the batteries in the cars it sells to help power the electrical grid.