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Nissan allows EV users to avail free electricity

Apr 17 2014, 1:17pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Nissan allows EV users to avail free electricity

The strategy is aimed at attracting EV users to the company.

In spite of the fact that "energising" an EV costs much less than a gas-guzzler, chasing for that next perfect charging system can bring a sense of urgency to the driver. Nissan Leaf purchasers will be allowed a capacity to unwind with the "EZ-Charge" card in 25 markets.

This will give two years of free charging over four extensive networks: ChargePoint, Blink, Aerovironment and NRG's eVGO. The automaker may have been inspired by its free charging trials in Texas, which prompted a three-fold Leaf deals increment at one dealership. 10 business sectors will be able to acquire the extended system this July, given that the Leaf was purchased by them after 1st April.


There are different confinements to the “EZ-Charge”, providing only one hour max of free charging at a Level 2 station and a half hour on a quick charger. The second option employing the quick charger can charge up to 80 percent.

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