Singing Surfer Uses Nissan LEAF Batteries To Help Record New Song

Recording equipment used for Alan Stokes’ new single was powered by Nissan LEAF batteries.

It might be the best-selling electric car on the planet, but the Nissan Leaf’s impressive electric powertrain can do more than just make the car go.

In fact, Professional surfer and emerging singer/songwriter Alan Stokes used the Leaf to help him record his new charity song.

‘Howl at the Moon’, released in aid of UK marine conservation group Surfers Against Sewage, was recorded in April of last year at Black Bay Studio in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. The studio, housed within a former shellfish processing shed, is powered by an innovative Nissan xStorage unit which uses second-life Leaf batteries alongside solar panels.