Establishing sufficient infrastructure is also essential in order to realize and maximize the benefits of Zero-Emission mobility.
While "Nissan LEAF" can be fully charged from a household electrical outlet, Nissan is also enthusiastically developing out of home infrastructure for charging. In addition to partnering with local governments and third party organizations and corporations, we have also been installing charging stations at Nissan dealer outlets throughout the country. Furthermore, Nissan is developing a quick charger in-house so that it can be offered at lower prices.
The more charging stations get installed, the more comfortable and worry-free life with EV would become.
Nissan also has established a business to recycle EV batteries as household batteries. As a matter of fact, powering the EV is no longer the only role of its batteries - Nissan is developing a way to supply the electric power stored in the Nissan LEAF's battery to homes. (LEAF to Home).
The Zero-Emission society that is friendly to both nature and people is already right next to you, if not you are already in it.