Nissan and major players in Europe’s electric-vehicle sector form a partnership aimed at installing tens of thousands of EV battery quick-chargers throughout the continent by 2015. The auto maker says the alliance will put publicly available quick-charge points in place more quickly and cut the E10,000 ($13,714) cost per unit by more than half. Nissan says the agreement with five energy firms is expected to pave the way for businesses such as service stations, parking lots and retail ...
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