Nissan helps push sales of its all-electric Leaf by accelerating deployment of quick charging stations across the US.
Just as the words "Chevron," "Shell" and "Arco" can engender a sigh of relief when spotted by a gas-starved driver with an empty tank, the name "Nissan" will be cause for joy for some of their battery-electric-vehicle driving counterparts. The Japanese automaker is making it easier to charge up its all-electric Leaf quickly by adding DC fast chargers to many of its US dealerships. Specifically, Nissan will add more than 100 stations in 21 metropolitan areas and says those chargers can provide en
The Oregon Department of Transportation has turned to AeroVironment to install quick-charge stations along the I-5 corridor from California in the south to the Willamette Valley region in the north. This install is part of the West Coast Green Highway project – a vision for a consistent charging infrastructure spanning the West Coast from San Diego, CA to Vancouver, B.C.
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