Japanese automaker Nissan has revealed in a recent announcement that it is selling its battery-manufacturing unit Automotive Energy Supply Corporation (AESC) to sustainable energy operator Envision
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has recently released its European electric-vehicle (EV) sales figures for the January-June 2018 period.
In a recent announcement, Japanese automaker Nissan said that it is officially launching the new LEAF NISMO sport version, and will begin the sales of the vehicle in Japan at the end of July 2018.
According to reports, Japanese automaker Nissan would be using LG Chem batteries in its next LEAF EV version, rather than using the battery cells produced by its own Automotive Energy Supply Corpor
Electric vehicle manufacturers including Tesla Motors, Mercedes Benz and Nissan are also working on interesting energy storage projects.
In a recent disclosure by Nissan hinting at a high demand for its new LEAF electric vehicle (EV), the Japanese automaker has revealed that the orders for the new LEAF in Europe have reached 37,000
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