It seems like cities all over America want to participate in the upcoming Nissan electric vehicle party. The latest locale to plug in to the program is Orlando, FL, home of more theme parks than you can shake a stick at. The automaker and the city will work together to promote the build out and use of an electric charging network in public places as well as at workplaces.
Nissan will help the city and the Orlando Utilities Commission will work together to streamline the requirements for installing charging stations. Nissan will also provide a fleet of Leaf EVs to the central Florida city. One of two charging stations recently installed by the utilities commission is solar powered. The commission will also purchase 10 Leafs for its transportation fleet.