At the Tokyo Motor Show today, Nissan unveiled a wireless charging system for the Leaf that it says will be available starting with the 2013 model. So far, Nissan is the only EV maker to announce wireless charging capability for a production vehicle. Electromagnetic induction charging, which doesn’t require physical contact, is shaping up… Read more »
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Japan’s number-two automaker has faced at least five major crises over the last few years – the US mortgage meltdown, the European debt debacle, a quake in Japan, floods in Thailand and a sky-high yen that makes things tough for Japanese exporters.
October sales figures have revealed an upset in the EV race – The Chevy Volt had its best month ever, selling 1,108 units
New York City will put the city’s first EV taxis on the streets in early 2012.
Stand-alone Energy Communities are attracting a lot of attention in the wake of Japan’s tsunami devastation.
Mexico City has received three Nissan LEAFs and charging stations to be used for their “Zero-Emissions Taxis” pilot program.