Groupe Renault is beginning the first large-scale pilot scheme in reversible vehicle-to-grid charging for electric vehicles.

Renault is beginning the first large-scale pilot schemes in reversible electric charging. Its alternating-current technology has the particularity of placing the reversible charger inside vehicles, so it just requires a simple, inexpensive adaptation of the existing charging terminals.

A fleet of 15 Renault Zoe vehicles with vehicle-to-grid charging will be introduced in Europe over the course of 2019 to develop Renault's future offerings in reversible charging and lay the groundwork for the future standards - with our partners' help. These pilot schemes will begin in the Netherlands. Following these, more pilot schemes will be introduced in France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and Denmark.