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Can I apply if my household has more than one EV?

We are not accepting households with more than one EV onto the project at this time. CrowdCharge has been clarifying if on the project we are technically able to accommodate properties which charge 2 or more EVs. Unfortunately, a decision has been made that at this moment in time, we are unable to offer a […]

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Will I be charged exit fees if I leave the trial before the end in March 2022?

If a participant leaves, or is asked to leave, before the end of the trial in March 2022 then they will be asked to reimburse a proportion of the installation fee paid on their behalf by the project. The exact amount will be calculated in a tiered format according to the length of time that […]

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My Nissan EV is currently on a two-year lease and I am nearly two months into it. Can I still take part in the Electric Nation Vehicle to Grid project?

Yes, you can still take part. It does not matter how far you are into your EV lease as long as the period left on your leasing agreement goes up to or beyond March 2022.

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How do I know if my property is suitable to have a charger installed?

To install the V2G charger you’ll need; Proof you own or lease an eligible Nissan EV Off-street parking An external wall for the charger to be mounted Your property will be assessed as part of the pre-qualification and pre-installation process by the project installer. You will receive confirmation as to whether the charger can be […]

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What is the minimum amount of time I need to participate in the trial?

The trial ends in March 2022. You would be expected to participate until the end of the trial. If you leave before the end of the trial, you will be asked to pay an early exit fee and the charger will be uninstalled. The exact amount will be calculated according to the length of time […]

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If I move property can I take the charge point with me? Will I still be able to continue to participate in the trial?

If you move to a new house during the trial, then you can take your charger with you although you will have to pay for CrowdCharge’s V2G-approved installer to move it otherwise this will affect the charger’s warranty. You can then continue to participate in the trial. However, you must check that you are still […]

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Will having PV panels on my home affect my participation in the Electric Nation Vehicle to Grid project?

Having PV panels or any other form of renewable generation at your home will not prevent you participating in the Electric Nation Vehicle to Grid trial, however you will be asked as part of the customer research if you have them installed. The project is looking to engage with a few household that have Solar […]

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I am on an Economy7, Economy 10, or time-of-use tariff. Can I participate in the trial?

Yes, you can still participate.

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My EV is a company car – can I still take part in the Electric Nation project?

Yes, you can. You will need your employer to prove you will be primary driver of this up until March 2022. CrowdCharge will issue a letter template document for your employer to complete.

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Will the installer claim the OLEV grant as part of the installation?

No, the installer will not be claiming the OLEV grant as part of the installation for the Electric Nation Vehicle to Grid project.

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