Nissan ties up with AeroVironment for an electric future in Washington DC
Washington DC is preparing to see a very green future with major companies preparing to bring a huge reduction in the city’s CO2 emissions. Automotive company, Nissan North America, and AeroVironment, an industry expert in battery and charging systems, have signed a deal that could bring hundreds of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and charging stations to the District. This is part of the Obama Administration’s and the District’s initiatives in progressive transportation programs, reducing C02 emissions and improving the environment.
The Nissan Electric Vehicles (EV) will be integrated into the DC Fleet Share Program. The vehicles will be pure electric, not a single drop of gas required, no tailpipe emissions. They will be equipped with advanced lithium-ion batteries that can go 100 miles on a single charge. AeroVironment is dedicated to being a leader in efficient energy technologies and clean transportation and working with the District. There is a lot of dedication in the air. Soon Washington will be an example of how to use power and money in the right path.