Nissan helps drivers "fill up" on free electricity with expansion of Germany's largest quick-charge network

Nissan announces today the expansion of its electric vehicle charging network in Germany, making it the largest quick-charge network in the country. In cooperation with Nissan dealerships, energy companies and municipalities, Nissan already operates more than 60 quick-charge stations at which drivers can charge their electric vehicles for free.

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Groupe Renault's low-carbon endeavours earn award from international organization CDP
Groupe Renault received a Climate Leadership Award in presence of Ségolène Royal, French Minister of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs

At a ceremony in the presence of Ségolène Royal, French Minister of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs on 25 October 2016, Groupe Renault received a Climate Leadership Award from the international organization CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project), in acknowledgement of the company’s efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Nissan recognized for sustainable leadership by the CDP Climate Change Report for the third straight year

For the third consecutive year, the CDP (formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project) has included Nissan in a select list of companies receiving top-tier “A-List” ranking in its annual Climate Change Report. Nissan finished ahead of thousands of other international businesses in the CDP’s assessment.

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Nissan strengthens alliance with acquisition of 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., (“Nissan”) today completed its acquisition of a 34% equity stake in Mitsubishi Motors (“MMC”) and became its largest shareholder.
 
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19
OCT
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The future of driving is defining the future of transportation

The future of driving is defining the future of transportation
When Nissan’s Tetsuya Iijima envisions the future of driving, he’s not only thinking about how autonomous driving will impact the “behind-the-wheel” experience but how to help society prepare for it.
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One-two success for the Renault ZOE in the 2016 e-Rallye Monte-Carlo’s electric vehicle classification
Following back-to-back victories on the Rallye Monte-Carlo ZENN (Zero Emissions, No Noise) organised by the ACM (Automobile Club de Monaco) in 2014 and 2015, Renault decided to defend its record on this unique event this time around.  For 2016, the competition was renamed the e-Rallye Monte-Carlo and featured classes for all types of energy (all-electric, hybrid, fuel cell, etc.), with the exception of 100-percent fossil fuels. 
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14
OCT
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Carlos Ghosn Talks Safety, Efficiency and Self-Driving Cars

Carlos Ghosn Talks Safety, Efficiency and Self-Driving Cars

Pursuing a goal of zero-emission vehicles and zero-fatalities on the road, Nissan has developed Intelligent Mobility, a framework for moving toward a safer and more sustainable future. Nissan’s latest work enhances vehicle safety, energy efficiency and the integration of self-driving technology on our roads and society.

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12
OCT
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault e.dams win Hong Kong ePrix

Renault e.dams win Hong Kong ePrix
Renault e.dams opened season three of the FIA Formula E Championship in emphatic fashion with Sébastien Buemi taking his seventh career Formula E win and Nico Prost working his way back through the field to finish fourth in the HKT Hong Kong ePrix.
The team leaves Hong Kong with 37 points in the Team Championship, ahead of ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport and Andretti Formula E who both have 18 points. 
 
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11
OCT
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Highlights from Carlos Ghosn's conference at ESSEC Business School

Highlights from Carlos Ghosn's conference at ESSEC Business School
Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO
Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn participated in a conference at ESSEC, a prestigious French Business School in Paris, entitled “Facing the challenges of globalisation: the experience of Renault-Nissan."
 
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