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Sep 12, 2022

On September 9, Nissan Australia announced an innovative, industry-first Circular Economy project in Victoria, with the Nissan Casting Australia Plant (NCAP) to use recycled LEAF batteries to power part of its production facility.
The NCAP Battery Project, called Nissan Node, will see a new solar array installed at Nissan Casting Australia, as well as new EV chargers. It will include the installation of a new Battery Energy Storage System made of nine repurposed Gen 1 Nissan LEAF batteries, which will be charged via the solar array. The project is estimated to reduce Nissan Casting Australia’s annual CO2 emissions by 259 tons while saving 128 megawatts of energy every year.
The Node Project is being completed in partnership with an innovative Melbourne-based company, Relectrify. Relectrify is the developer of ground-breaking battery management and inverter technology. Relectrify’s ReVolve Battery Energy Storage System is installed at the NCAP and is a first-of-its-kind product built from end-of-life LEAF batteries.
Similar projects are already underway around the world, including a trial with the East Japan Railway Company which uses second-life LEAF batteries to power railway crossings, and with the 4R Energy Corp in Japan, which is developing the technology and infrastructure to recycle, resell and reuse the batteries in Nissan EVs as a power storage solution.

Nissan Australia press release

Sep 06, 2022

On September 5, Nissan Australia announced that the first customer shipment of the all-new Nissan Z set sail from Japan to Australia. The arrival of the all-new Z has been one of the most anticipated new vehicle launches in Australia, with a long line of customers waiting to take delivery of the next generation of this iconic sports car.
It has a 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine. the Nissan Z is engineered for performance from the outset, including a mechanical limited-slip differential and launch control as standard equipment.

Nissan Australia press release

Sep 05, 2022

On August 31, Genesis Motors Australia announced that it has presented its first-ever dedicated electric vehicle, the striking GV60, along with a preview of the Electrified GV70 SUV and Electrified G80 sedan. Genesis' trio of electric vehicles (GV60, Electrified GV70, and Electrified G80) will be available in Australian showrooms from September 2022.
Also making its Australian debut is the stunning X Speedium Coupe, the first concept car from Genesis to venture down under. Showcasing a more progressive interpretation of Genesis' design philosophy, "Athletic Elegance," the concept car provides a glimpse of what to expect from Genesis' next wave of electric vehicles.

Genesis Motors Australia press release