Nissan Leaf 24KWh Hypercar
You should also consider car price depreciation. Right now used car prices are very high. I think with the coming recession they will likely fall. I worked out that using 6kWh each day on the battery would be the equivalent to driving an extra 8640 miles a year. That has got to have an effect on the longevity of the battery.I assumed the alternative way of charging would be just so you’re covered in case of malfunctioning of the Indra charger
For my typical use, 1hr of granny charging per night would be sufficient
Using V2H with Octopus Go will save me 918£/year; I’ve also accounted for the time the car will be parked away from work (probably twice per week)
That’s compared with being on Octopus Go and charging the car only at night
I haven’t accounted for the effect of the energy guarantee by Liz Truss’ government because it’s not clear how it will change smart tariffs
I would expect to lose around 5% of the batteries health each year. After 2 years that would probably leave you with a car with only 50 miles range.
Assuming £1000 a year depreciation and you are looking at making a loss of £80 a year.