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May 23, 2012

Nissan brings 30 minute charging to electric vehicle owners in Holland and France

Nissan has unveiled its first electric vehicle Quick Chargers in France and the Netherlands. The Quick Chargers are the first of 400 free units, which have been manufactured and donated across Europe by Nissan, allowing any compliant electric vehicle to be recharged

May 12, 2012

Nissan maintains strong European sales in April

Nissan in Europe has announced sales of more than 49,000 units in April despite a weakening market in Western Europe.

Overall sales were down by 4,700 units compared to a record April 2011, with monthly market share dipping slightly by 0.1 per cent

March 31, 2012

Nissan plans to charge up cities across Europe

Cities all over Britain and Europe will be invited to embrace electric driving and encourage their communities to support Nissan’s campaign – ‘The Big Turn On’ – in a bid to win 30 quick chargers from Nissan.

The quick chargers are part of a wider initiative from Nissan to get

March 28, 2012

Europcar pledges to help increase electric car usage in London

Three years since Boris Johnson announced his plan to make London the electric car capital of Europe, it was reported last month that only 588 extra electric cars have been registered in the city. Responding to this news, Europcar, the leader in car hire services in

March 25, 2012

Nissan Leaf celebrates its first birthday in UK

One year ago, Nissan began deliveries of the 100 per cent electric Nissan Leaf in the UK.

Electronics Engineer Richard Todd and Smooth Radio DJ Mark Goodier were the first customers in the country to take delivery of their Nissan Leafs at Glyn Hopkin Nissan in

February 29, 2012

Climate week sponsorship driven by Nissan

Nissan is to sponsor the most important fixture in the eco calendar, Climate Week.

Running from 12-18 March, Climate Week is the biggest climate change campaign in the UK and is backed by the Prime Minister and Sir Paul McCartney.

The sponsorship sees

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