Nissan is giving away 400 new quick-charging electric-vehicle stations to accelerate plans for a European-wide quick-charge (QC) network. Installation of the stations, which can charge an EV in 30 minutes, will begin in February in high-profile locations across Europe. Nissan says the stations will give EV owners greater freedom and flexibility by effectively extending the range of their car. Countries across the continent have been asked to make proposals for locations of the ...
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