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Level 2 charging is considerably faster, but requires installing a charging station, also known as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). Charging station installation requires a dedicated 240-volt or 208-volt electrical circuit, similar to what is required for a clothes dryer or electric range. Level 2 is found at many public and workplace charging stations, and also in many homes. It uses the same standard connector as Level 1 charging, meaning any electric car can plug in at any Level 2 charger.




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DC fast charging provides the fastest available fill-up. It requires a 480-volt connection, making DC fast charging unsuitable for home use, and not every electric car model is equipped for it. Stations offering DC fast charging are found in shopping centers and often along major travel corridors, allowing electric car drivers to charge up quickly and take longer trips. DC fast chargers come with a CHAdeMO, Combined Charging System (Combo or CCS) or Tesla connector system. Most DC fast chargers will have both the CHAdeMO and Combo connectors. Explore electric car types and differences in our electric car overview.


Public Charging CostsMany people charge their electric car at public charging stations. They can be free, pay-as-you-go or subscription-based, with prices set by networks or property owners. Some automakers, such as Hyundai, Nissan and Tesla may provide complimentary public charging at certain chargers. The industry is moving toward a fee structure based on kWh used, rather than by the time it takes to charge the car.


A CHAdeMO plug could provide up to an 80 percent recharge in roughly 30 minutes, which would make owning a low-range EV easier, but the challenge is finding a place to hook up. I live in shared accommodations, and installing a charger in my roommate's house is a non-starter. Where do I charge?


It does seem that Europe's adoption of CHAdeMO is broader than ours here in the U.S., which might help keep its development going. The point, and good news, is that there are people actively working to keep CHAdeMO from becoming the Betamax/MiniDisc/HD DVD of electric car chargers.


Do I really want a used Leaf, or i-MIEV, or any other cheap EV? I don't know. At least for now, I think there are enough CHAdeMO chargers near me that I wouldn't have to worry too much about range whilst city driving. I also have a backup gas-powered car to use if I need to go much further. However, if I were replacing my whole fleet of cars with a CHAdeMO-equipped EV, I'd think twice.


Correction: Friday, March 5, 2021, 12:30 p.m. ET: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated CSS vehicles can be adapted to use CHAdeMO chargers. We also mistakenly spelled Tomoko's name with an "i," for which we sincerely apologize. It has been corrected.


Bi-directional charging technology means not only charging the Nissan LEAF, but also sending energy stored in the vehicle battery back to the building or the grid. The Nissan LEAF is currently the only fully electric passenger vehicle in the US market able to supply energy to the grid, allowing LEAF owners with the Fermata Energy FE-15 bi-directional charger to park their vehicle, plug it in, and save money with their local electric utility as well as reduce the total cost of ownership of the vehicle.


In one instance, range anxiety came to head with the poor EV charging infrastructure that continues to plague America. One night as I was driving the Leaf, I came to notice that my range was getting uncomfortably low. So low that getting home might be an issue. I then loaded up Google Maps to try and find a nearby CHAdeMO charger.


One of the chief concerns that is arising is to do with security, with many fearing that their Nissan Leaf chargers are vulnerable to unplugging, at worst because someone is trying to steal the charging equipment or the car itself, and at best because they want to take the public charge cable and connector to use on their own car.


Back in April 2022, Fox News Los Angeles reported the growing problem of thieves going to public charging stations and stealing EV charger cables. Why? Are people so desperate to avoid paying whatever it costs to buy a replacement cable for their home setup? In fact, the answer to this lies within the wire itself, specifically the copper wiring.


The 2013 model year Leaf has a dashboard display of the battery's charge percentage. A 6.6-kW onboard charger, available as an extra-cost option on the base model, reduces charging times using 240-volt power, so a charge from empty to full takes about four hours, instead of seven.[38] The onboard charger is more compact and located under the hood, increasing cargo volume.[39]


From 2019, a Leaf e+ (Leaf Plus in North America) variant has been offered. It has a larger 62 kWh battery providing an EPA range of 364 km (226 miles),[95] and a new 160 kW motor. It can use CHAdeMO chargers up to 100 kW.[96]


NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As a pioneer in the electric vehicle space, Nissan continuously looks for ways to deliver new, meaningful technologies to EV owners. Today, working with Fermata Energy, a vehicle-to-grid services provider, Nissan has approved the first ever bi-directional charger for use with the Nissan LEAF in the U.S.


Ideal for companies with fleet vehicles, the Fermata Energy Demand Charge Management application, along with the FE-15 charger, continuously monitors a building's electrical loads, and may draw on the Nissan LEAF's energy to provide power to the building during more expensive high-demand periods. In states with utility demand response programs, bi-directional-enabled Nissan LEAF vehicles (MY2013 and later) are able to safely send energy stored in the battery to the grid during peak energy demand times, such as in summer months.


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Your EV home charger draws power from a 240-volt outlet, like the one your laundry dryer uses. If you have an existing outlet available for use with your home charger, ensure it is properly located, correctly installed and compliant with local regulations. If you need to install one, a professional installation by a qualified technician is highly recommended.3


3 240-V home charging dock sold separately. Not a Nissan product. Some chargers may not be compatible with your electric vehicle. Contact charger manufacturer before purchase for information on compatibility and warranty. Nissan does not warrant and is not responsible for loss, including consequential, incidental, or other damages caused by charger defects, charger incompatibility, or installation services.


We kicked the tires on Nissan's Leaf-based EV Power Station in Tokyo a while back, and now the company has announced that Japanese customers will start receiving the home power backups in July. On top of trundling you around town, the EV's battery will supply 6kWh of juice to your house, keeping it powered for up to two days. It also features an advanced charger, which can juice the Leaf to 80% capacity in only four hours, compared to the eight usually required to get to that level. It'll be sold through Nissan dealers and will run 480,000 yen ($6,000), or less with government subsidies -- in addition to the $35K you'd need for the car itself, of course. Roll on past the break for the video details.


How long does it take to charge an EV? A full charge from empty for a Leaf takes about 4 hours with level 2 (240v) charging, and twice as long with level 1 (120v household current) charging. The usual case for home charging (level 2) overnight after average use (e.g., with 40 to 50 miles left in the battery) is about 2 hours. All of this depends on the amperage capacity of the charger in the car, battery size, and voltage supply.


How do EVs do in the snow? The battery is quite heavy so EVs actually do well in the snow. In fact, there is always a line at the Eagelcrest charger in the winter. We do recommend getting snow tires. The standard-issue tires that come with the Nissan Leaf are not good for driving in the snow.


How do EVs do in the snow? The battery is quite heavy so EVs actually do well in the snow. In fact, the Eaglecrest charger is in high demand by Leaf owners on winter weekends. We do recommend getting snow tires. The standard-issue tires that come with the Nissan Leaf are not good for driving in the snow.


YOKOHAMA (May 21, 2010) - Nissan Motor Co. announced today that it is commencing sales of Nissan-developed quick chargers through its regional parts sales affiliates in preparation for the December release of its Nissan LEAF, the all new zero emission car.


Nissan developed the quick charger in-house, applying its R&D expertise accumulated in development of EVs and related plant equipment which already installed its EV production plants. This gives the quick charger a competitive pricing advantage at the manufacturer's preferred price of 1.47 million yen.


Nissan plans to install 200-volt standard chargers at 2,200 Nissan dealers nationwide before December, 2010. In addition to that these quick chargers will be available at 200 selected dealers as well. For the convenience of Nissan LEAF drivers, at least one quick-charge unit will be available within a 40-kilometer radius throughout the country.


Nissan-made Quick ChargerFour main features1. SafetyFor safety, the charger maintains close communication with the vehicle, including various safety equipment like an anti-short-circuit monitor. Also it can be used under every climate.


Notes:*1: CHAdeMO Organization established to encourage quick-charging stations, specifically to increase the number of stations. Quick charger is essential to the spread of EVs, and support related standards.*2: JEVS G105-1993: The Japan Electric Vehicle Standard is set officially by the Japan Automobile Research Institute; G105-1993 covers the connector for the Eco Station rapid EV charging system. 041b061a72


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