Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today published its annual Sustainability Report showing that the global automaker's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have fallen by 22.4 percent over the past decade. Nissan's success in reducing emissions, promoting zero-emission vehicles and saving energy at its facilities has made it the highest-performing automotive company tracked by the Carbon Disclosure Project, which works with thousands of companies to tackle climate change.
Nissan is celebrating five years at the forefront of the electric vehicle (EV) market with the record-breaking 100-percent electric vehicle Nissan LEAF. Having transformed the performance, practicality and public perception of EVs around the world since its launch in 2010, Nissan remains the undisputed leader in EV technology.
In an unprecedented move towards sustainability in the Toronto condo market, Minto is launching an electrifying offer to purchasers of Bside, the second phase of Minto Westside at Bathurst and Front: buy a parking space equipped with an electric vehicle (EV) charging station along with your condo, and Minto will throw in Canada’s top-selling, fully-electric car, the Nissan LEAF, for free.
Nissan today introduced the 2016 all-electric LEAF with standard Quick Charge Port on all models and an available 30 kWh battery that provides an EPA-estimated best-in-class* range of 172km** – a 27-per cent increase over the previous 24 kWH battery.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. made great strides in reducing CO2 emissions and improving sustainability in its global corporate activities in fiscal year 2014 while simultaneously increasing vehicle production and plant energy efficiency.
On Saturday, April 18, 148 owners of all the all-electric Nissan LEAF met-up at the third annual Branchez-Vous event, marking one of the largest gathering of Nissan LEAF vehicles in Canada. Branchez-Vous 2015 also saw a significant number of 100 per cent electric vehicles (EV) gathered in one place in Canada – 301.
As the manufacturer of the best-selling all-electric vehicle in history, Nissan congratulates the Government of British Columbia on its recently announced BC Clean Energy Vehicle Program, which provides incentives for British Columbia residents who purchase an electric vehicle.
Nissan in Europe has become the first manufacturer to apply glow-in-the-dark car paint to showcase how its market-leading, all-electric LEAF is helping more and more people convert to solar energy at home.