Would be greatly appreciated.
Best answer by Hari_OVO
Are there any specs in particular that you're interested in?
The key difference is as follows:
The V2G Charger is a bi-directional charger. This means it can send power both to your car battery, and then back out from your car battery to your home and the grid. The OVO V2G Charger will only work with Nissan LEAFs. It's got a max power output of 6kW (in both directions) - and is powered by the intelligent Kaluza platform, which means it will charge and discharge your car battery in response to grid signals, and comes with an app that you can use to set schedules and view your charging history.
The Smart Charger will power your car battery, but it won't send power back in the other direction. It has a max power output of 7kW. It is also powered by the Kaluza platform, so you can set your schedules and view your charging history. The Smart Charger will work with pretty much any Electric Vehicle, as long as it is eligible for the OLEV grant.
The Smart Charger is available now, free when you sign up to our EV Everywhere bundle.
The V2G Charger will be rolled out throughout the rest of this year.
Let me know if you need any more details!