Nissan announces bold solar car plan
Nissan shining a light on new range of efficient, solar-powered electric vehicles (EVs).
The electric vehicle (EV) landscape is now starting to ramp-up rapidly. Not only are we seeing a greater range of more technically sophisticated EVs available on the Australian market, but there’s also a lot of work being done in terms of recharging infrastructure. Efficient charging is a key ingredient to the future success of EVs.
In five years, Nissan Australia expects 30 percent of its vehicles to be EVs, and no doubt other vehicle manufacturers have similar plans. Naturally, more electric powered vehicles on the road will place even greater strain on Victoria’s already stretched electricity grid. Use of solar power charging offers potential cost savings and the environmental advantages of renewable energy, as well as reducing load on the grid.
In five years, Nissan Australia expects 30 per cent of its vehicles to be solar-powered EVs.