Renault-Nissan's Zero-Emission Heads to Europe

The Nissan-Renault alliance has just announced a new partnership to continue its Zero-Emission Mobility initiative, this time with LeasePlan, an European feel and vehicle management company. Just as we told you in our previous reports, Renault-Nissan aims to bring electric mobility in various regions of the world, including Europe and the US, and establish charging network solutions for the expansion of electric vehicles.

"With the increasing awareness of environmental issues, company car drivers tend to change their behaviour in the way they select their car and in the way they drive. This project together with the Renault-Nissan Alliance perfectly fits with the strategy we embarked on with GreenPlan as part of our overall efforts in the field of social responsibility," Vahid Daemi, LeasePlan’s Chief Executive Officer, said.

Renault-Nissan has already formed similar alliances in a number of locations around the world, including in Kanagawa Prefecture and Yokohama in Japan, as well as in Israel, Denmark, Portugal, Monaco, UK, France, Switzerland, Ireland and China.

In the United States, the alliance signed agreement with the State of Tennessee authorities, in addition to the ones in the State of Oregon, Sonoma County and San Diego in California, and Tucson and Phoenix in Arizona. Overall, the alliance started 21 partnerships with governments, cities and other organizations to promote the Zero-Emission initiative in various corners of the world.

“LeasePlan’s commitment to reducing CO2 emissions is the perfect match to create the conditions for zero emission mobility,” says Eric Nicolas, senior vice president of Nissan International SA. “We look forward to working together for a cleaner future.”
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