Nissan today announced it will be a major participant in the inaugural AutoMobili-D event, which takes place Jan. 8 through 12 in conjunction with the 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).
Today Nissan announces the next expansion market in its "No Charge to Charge" promotion for Nissan LEAF buyers in Madison, Wisconsin. The program provides up to two years complimentary public charging with the qualifying purchase or lease of the electric vehicle (EV) from LEAF-certified Nissan dealers in the Madison area.
For the third consecutive year, the CDP (formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project) has included Nissan in a select list of companies receiving top-tier "A-List" ranking in its annual Climate Change Report. Nissan finished ahead of thousands of other international businesses in the CDP's assessment.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance, world leader in zero-emission mobility,* will provide a fleet of 50 all-electric vehicles as the official passenger-car provider for the United Nation's COP22 Climate Conference in Marrakech, Morocco. The fully electric fleet will shuttle delegates.
Nissan's "No Charge to Charge" program has expanded to two more markets - St. Louis and Albany/Schenectady/Troy, N.Y. - marking a major milestone in the company's EV infrastructure initiative. The program provides new LEAF owners with two years of complimentary public charging in select markets.
Six-year old Henry Marr wants to save the world. His passion for the earth and conservation was fueled this past spring when he watched a video at school about pollution. Henry was so upset that he broke down in the car when his mom picked him up from school. Allie Hall, Henry's mom, caught it all with her camera and then posted a video to Facebook for family and friends. But more than his family and friends were interested in what he had to say.