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San Diego Utility Partners with Nissan for EV Infrastructure

March 26, 2009

DETROIT – Nissan and San Diego Gas & Electric have partnered to develop a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles and work to implement and maintain a battery charging network, the automaker said.

Nissan plans to launch zero emission vehicles powered by lithium-ion battery packs in the United States in 2010 and market the vehicles globally two years after the U.S. launch.

The automaker has said the cruising range for its first generation of electric cars could be 100 miles, but the company would look to boost that to near 200 miles by the second generation of the battery pack.

 

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