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Sicily To The Leaning Tower Of Pisa In An Electric Van — Nissan e-NV200

July 21st, 2019 | by Tomek Gać

After so many adventures and kilometers (see parts one, two, and three), we were down south in Sicily for this portion of our trip. On the 7th day in the morning, with 3,300 km on the meter, we decided to give up on the southwest part of Sicily, where fast chargers were quite scarce, and we drove through the mountainous heart of the island


Electric Ice Cream Van Concept Vehicle Created By Nissan

July 12th, 2019 | by Jake Richardson

Nissan has collaborated with Mackie's of Scotland to create an all-electric ice cream van demonstration vehicle. By going with an electric motor and onboard battery systems, the typical ice cream van's internal combustion engine was eliminated in order to create a zero-emissions vehicle


Why Are EVs The Future For Last-Mile Delivery?

June 28th, 2019 | by Tomek Gać

Just few years ago, zero-emission deliveries in cities did not exist at any scale. They were only possible via bicycle couriers, which, of course, were limited the capacity of the backpack. Then at the beginning 2011, things started to change. The first popular EV (electric vehicle) — the Nissan Leaf — reached dealerships and heralded the start of new era. But it wasn't really ideal for courier deliveries


Nissan e-NV200 Electric Van Saves ICE Motorbikes On European Road Trip

May 4th, 2019 | by Tomek Gać

Where did we leave off? Yes, it was that memorable night walk in the streets of Venice with Uncle Google. The plan was simple – charge up where you can and wander around sightseeing the north of Italy while heading towards Rome. Things never seem to go as planned, so right after we left — somewhere near Ravenna — one of the motorbikes in our team broke. It simply refused to go any further


9 Down, 1 To Go — A Personal Tale Of 7 Years With Electric Cars

January 14th, 2018 | by Jesper Berggreen

My lease is up. My BMW i3 — my snappy and ugly duckling — has been returned to AVIS. There was a waiting line, so no chance of extending the lease. I have a reservation for the Tesla Model 3 due to be delivered by the end of the year. So, while I ponder on what to do next, let me recap which EVs I have experienced in the last 7 years. Luckily I have a bunch of electric bikes (some hand-built) that I can ride in the meantime, and I promise you they are nothing you would expect — but that's another story


BMW i3 Wins November (Europe Electric Car Sales Report)

January 2nd, 2018 | by Jose Pontes

The European passenger plug-in vehicle market had its best not-last-month-of-quarter record in November, with over 29,000 vehicles delivered to happy customers. This is the 7th time in the last 8 months that we saw +50% growth rates


Top Electric Vans & Delivery Vehicles In Europe

December 3rd, 2017 | by James Ayre

One of the parts of the auto industry that is best suited to near-term electrification is the delivery vehicle/van segment. Such vehicles — whether inner city parcel delivery trucks, produce trucks, mail delivery vehicles, bakery vans, etc. — generally don't travel much on a daily basis, and often follow very reliable usage patterns within a strict service area, so there are often no fundamental reasons for the operators of such vehicles to not go electric


Tesla = #1 And #3 In Near-Record Month (Europe Electric Car Sales)

October 31st, 2017 | by Jose Pontes

The European passenger plug-in market returned from the holiday season with fully charged batteries, growing almost a third (+32%) compared to the same period last year by registering some 33,700 units. That's just a whisker below the all-time record of December 2015 (33,827), which, let’s not forget, was inflated by fiscal changes that happened in the Netherlands, Sweden, and Denmark in January


An 8 Hour Road Trip In A Nissan e-NV200 Electric Van

October 14th, 2017 | by Jesper Berggreen

In light of the just announced 150—350 kW High Power Charge system from ABB being presented in Stuttgart, Germany, this month, I think this story needs to be told now, before it is so outdated no one will care


Nissan Unveils Longer-Range e-NV200 Van

October 3rd, 2017 | by James Ayre

Nissan has unveiled a new, longer-range version of its all-electric e-NV200 offering — one that features a range that's been increased by around 60%, reportedly — to be sold in the European market


Zoe, Leaf, & i3 Lead The Crowd In Europe (Europe Electric Car Sales)

August 26th, 2017 | by Jose Pontes

The European plug-in car market started its usual holiday season in July, down almost a third compared to the previous month (summertime = lower sales). There were some 19,600 registrations. But that is still up 41% regarding the same month last year, so the growth trend continues. Year to date, the market is up 34% this year, with the EV share now standing at a record 1.6%


Europe Electric Car Sales Up 54%

July 30th, 2017 | by Jose Pontes

The European passenger plug-in market had a near-record month in June, with 28,000 registrations, up 54% over the same month last year. For the year through June, the market is up 30% this year, with the EV share now standing at a record 1.5%


Electric Car Market Up 27% In Europe

July 1st, 2017 | by Jose Pontes

The European passenger plug-in market had more than 21,000 registrations last month, up 48% over the same month last year. Year-t0-date, the market is up 27% this year, with the EV share standing at 1.4%. With quality control issues solved in the second half of the month, the Renault Zoe was once again Master in Command, with the BMW i3 and Outlander PHEV recovering some ground over the ageing Nissan Leaf



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