CEO Carlos Ghosn keynotes Women’s Forum Brazil this week
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If you thought Paris to the South of France in an electric vehicle on just one charge could not be done, think again.
Thanks to an innovative partnership between Nissan and French national rail company SNCF, Nissan LEAF drivers can take their car on vacation without worrying about battery range, motorway tolls or the stress of dealing with vacation traffic on a long journey.
“It was brilliant,” said Caroline Seow after her test drive in a Renault Zoe around Edinburgh. So brilliant, in fact, that she decided there and then she wants to buy one when she gets home to Singapore from TEDGlobal 2013.
Caroline, Executive Director of the Family Business Network Asia, sought out Zoe Project Director Simon Luque to find out when the car would be available in Singapore. He told her it would be soon… and he promised she would be one of the first customers.
In February, CEO Carlos Ghosn announced Nissan would return to Le Mans - the world’s oldest sports car endurance race - in 2014 with an entry in Garage 56, a slot reserved for experimental vehicles pioneering new technology.
On Friday June 21 at 10:30 am, Nissan will reveal its 2014 Garage 56 entry - an all-new race car incorporating electric technology.
While the Renault-Nissan Alliance concentrates on developing world-beating electric vehicles, we also work closely with companies like ABB that deliver the infrastructure needed to permit the rapid growth of sustainable personal mobility.
Like the Alliance, Swiss-based ABB is a partner at TEDGlobal 2013 in Edinburgh and it has a thought provoking display at the event. ABB points out a simple truth: the world needs more power. More than that, it needs to be clean power, intelligent power.
Interest in our fleet of electric vehicles at TEDGlobal 2013 in Edinburgh is running high. The short breaks between conference sessions see the Nissan LEAF, Renault Zoe and Renault Twizy out on the streets of the city giving attendees test drives and rides.
Technology rules at TEDGlobal in Edinburgh. Presentations are broadcast live over the Internet and beamed in real time to a simulcast lounge deep in the city’s International Conference Centre where the event is being held this week.
Nissan has been named one of the world’s greenest brands for 2013 in Interbrand’s third annual Best Global Green Brands report. Noted for its leadership in zero emissions mobility with the Nissan LEAF 100% electric vehicle, Nissan was ranked fifth place overall out of 50 brands that were selected.