Nissan, Supercharger, FAST, Hero Electric.

Nissan cooperates with Fastned: Dutch buyers of a Nissan Leaf or e-NV200 can charge for free for four years using Fastned’s network of fast-chargers. The deal is part of the e-Four package, which also includes a free charger for the home or workplace, as well as a rental car for going on holiday (max. 12 weeks over the course of four years).,

Supercharger-App: Ndili Technologies has developed the ‘Supercharger for Tesla’ iPhone app, allowing Tesla drivers to see which Superchargers are occupied in real time, as well as search for alternatives. The data used is provided by a third-party site.,

FAST provisions: In the U.S., the federal tax credit of up to 1,000 dollars for home chargers and up to 3,000 dollars for chargers at the workplace has been renewed, while the Department of Transportation is to designate corridors for EV charging and hydrogen stations. The ‘Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act’ (FAST) was signed into law by U.S. President Obama earlier in December.,

Last electric mile: Hero Electric will deliver at least 100 e-bikes to the city of New Delhi. The e-bikes will be deployed at 15 strategic locations for last mile connectivity and will be free of charge. Since the beginning of the year, cars with odd and even license plates take turns in being allowed to roam the streets of the Indian capital.


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