Nissan begins a new fleet trial as 14 people in northeast England take delivery of the Leaf electric vehicle for six months to experience and report on their driving experiences. The test drivers are taking part in the Switch EV project, which began last September. It is one of eight U.K. projects supported by the Technology Strategy Board’s £25 million ($40.3 million) Ultra-Low-Carbon Vehicles Demonstrator Program and is aimed at accelerating the widespread adoption of EVs in the ...

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