This is a brilliant example of how the huge strides in e-mobility and the uptake of EVs can have a knock on effect on the storage of renewable energy. Utilising the same technologies has led to Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, BMW and of course Tesla into the stationary energy storage space. As the demand has grown massively for EVs, batteries prices are plummeting making the business case for installing storage in conjunction with renewable energy plants stack up. Stationary energy storage projects can also be a great use for EV batteries which have come to the end of their useful life in a car but still are perfectly adequate for less demanding applications, as demonstrated by Nissan with their partnership with Eaton.