Slashgear had a small article from a Nissan press release:
Nissan finds a second use for old LEAF batteries
https://www.slashgear.com/nissan-finds- ... -15663635/
Nissan has found a second-life for old LEAF batteries inside mobile machines that help workers at Nissan factories worldwide. The old batteries are being used in automated guided vehicles or AGVs used for various tasks inside the manufacturing facilities, including delivering parts to workers on the assembly line.
The LEAF’s lithium-ion batteries find a home in Nissan’s automated guided vehicles
Longer lasting and faster to charge, Nissan’s automated guided vehicles – mobile machines that help workers in factories – are evolving thanks to the second life of Nissan LEAF batteries.
https://usa.nissannews.com/en-US/releas ... d-vehicles
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