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Nissan is one of the global auto-makers becoming synonymous with electric vehicles (EVs). A pioneer, in many ways, the giant company has made headlines in recent time with its popular electric leaf model.

In the UK, at the Nissan Technology Centre in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, the company has been experimenting with Vehicle to Grid, or V2G, systems; wherein, electric leaf cars not only draw power from the grid, they also put it back.

To add to their portfolio, Nissan has also unveiled a project of different ambition. The company recently announced it has started construction on what is being described as the largest collective solar roof project in the Netherlands. As reported in edie.net, the company has enabled the wider public to participate in the programme, “which will provide enough renewable electricity to power 900 homes once it is completed in May 2018”.

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