Curious how many Superchager locations Tesla completed in 2015? Watch this intriguing video to see them popping up all around the world. The company went from 330 stations worldwide at the end of 2014 to 590 in 2015. Tesla apparently has no intention of slowing down on Supercharger construction, as it gears up for the introduction of its new, more affordable Model 3 in 2017.
BMW and Nissan have teamed up to build 120 fast charging locations in 19 states for the drivers of their electric cars to use. The stations are equipped with both CHAdeMO and CCS chargers and can be used by any EV with fast charging capability. The chargers are free for BMW customers and are compatible with Nissan EZ-Charge cards. The new 50 kW stations can replenish
Nissan is working in conjunction with Foster + Partners to design the Fuel Station of the Future. Richard Candler, Nissan’s general manager for advanced product strategy says, “We have been at the forefront of zero emission mobility since 2010, and for us this project is about inspiring people to come on the journey with us. The world around us is changing, and we find that tremendously exciting.
Honda, Toyota, and Hyundai showed off their hydrogen fuel cell models at the Los Angeles auto show last month. While the spotlight was on the cars, in the background, some were asking hard questions about the infrastructure that will be needed to support such cars. At last year’s show in LA, experts predicted there would be 40 hydrogen refueling stations in California by now. In
Nissan’s “No Charge to Charge” promotion has officially arrived in Minneapolis-St. Paul, providing new Nissan LEAF buyers two years of complimentary public charging with the purchase of the all-electric car from LEAF-certified dealers in the Twin Cities region. “Nissan LEAF is an attractive option for Minneapolis-St. Paul car shoppers — in addition to the $7,500 federal tax credit, LEAF buyers can enjoy two years of
One major hassle for electric car owners is that most EV charging networks require separate accounts, passwords and credit cards. You may find an available charger but not be able to access it because you are not a member of that network or don’t have the right access card in your wallet. At the Los Angeles auto show, three of the biggest charging networks announced