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    Pivo 3, Nissan’s newly unveiled compact electric concept car

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    One thing’s for sure. This EV concept sure as hell has an “edge” over everyone else. Hell, it’s full of edges for one, and seems like a pretty sharp deal too. By Nissan, the Pivo 3 is just yet another … Continue reading3

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    Nissan pioneers eco friendly future with solar battery system

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    Nissan has been awarded the 2011 World Car of the Year for its electric vehicle Nissan Leaf. The car is ranked as the most efficient EPA certified vehicle in the US for all fuels. The company is very serious about … Continue reading3

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    Nissan unveils disaster-proof NSH-2012 Smart House design

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    Nissan has given the world hope when it comes to transport and a roof above your head in a near-apocalyptic world. Unveiled at CEATEC Japan (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) 2011 the NSH-2012 Smart House is part of Nissan’s line … Continue reading3

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    Nissan Motor Co Ltd downsizes rapid charging system

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    Realizing that their rapid charging system was a big too bulky than needed, Nissan Motor Co Ltd decided to give the system a face-lift and a size-down. The new charger by Nissan now measures just 1,840 x 380 x 665mm … Continue reading3

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    Bruichladdich Whiskey Distillery uses whiskey byproducts to power up facility and Nissan Leaf

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    Creating energy from waste is one of the best ways to save the environment from potential doom indeed, and the Bruichladdich Whiskey Distillery on the Scottish isle of Islay seems to think along the same lines! Earlier, the single-malt distillery … Continue reading3

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    Nissan develops system to power homes using EVs

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    And if you’ve been under the impression that the Nissan Leaf is just about any other common-place EV, one of many showing up in the automotive markets today, think again! The guys at the Nissan Motor Co Ltd have developed … Continue reading3

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    Nissan hooks on solar panels at Yokohama headquarter to power up EV charging station

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    Electric cars aren’t completely green. Sure they don’t emit those toxic fumes in the air while operating. Charging these up though, do leave a substantially dark carbon footprint. Japanese automaker Nissan has struck upon a cleaner and greener way to … Continue reading3

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    Nissan to sets up 30 solar-powered charging stations at Tennessee facilities

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    Nissan’s busy clearing ground in Tennessee in an effort to set up 30 solar-assisted charging stations at the Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant and the Nissan Americas headquarters in Franklin, totaling its investments to a whopping $3.5 billion over a course … Continue reading3

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    The car that binges on Makers Mark bourbon

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    Drinking and driving isn’t so much of a bad thing after all, if it’s your car drinking that is. Hold your nose to this car’s mouth and you’d probably smell a Makers Mark bourbon-reeking breath! 62-year-old Mickey Nilsson built this … Continue reading3

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    Brit Radio DJ Mark Goodier charges his Leaf with the sun

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    Nothing gets greener than an electric car that drinks juice from solar panels! We all know just how eco-friendly these electrics are, and hooking one onto a solar panel to charge up makes it a true-green way to transport indeed. … Continue reading3

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