Estonia Says i-Do: Largest i-Miev Delivery Ever

Japanese automaker Mitsubishi has delivered the first 50 of the total 507 i-MiEVs to the government of Estonia, which will use the little electric cars as part of its policy to popularize electric vehicles throughout country utilizing the Green Investment Scheme under the Kyoto Protocol.
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To mark the arrival of change in Estonia and Mitsubishi’s largest ever sale of the EV, a ceremony was held in the capital of the country, Tallinn, attended by the Prime Minister of Estonia and other Estonian governmental officials attended.

The provision of 507 i-MiEVs to the Estonian government was concluded between Mitsubishi Corporation and the Estonian government this past March as a part of an agreement to purchase 10 million tons of emissions rights. MMC plans to complete shipment of the entire order to Estonia by the end of the current fiscal year.
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