"We've also learned how infrastructure plays a role in a consumer's decision to go all-electric," added Brendan Jones, Nissan's director of EV infrastructure strategy and deployment.
"We already knew that areas with a higher concentration of EVs would require more charging stations, but trends show that the reverse is also true-a more robust charging infrastructure generates greater interest in EVs and stimulates more EV driving among EV owners."
continues to make progress with its commitment to enhance the charging infrastructure in the United States and since announcing plans earlier this year to triple the number of quick chargers from 200 to 600, Nissan
and its charging partners already have installed about 50 additional units where interest in LEAF and EVs is highest.
is taking a three-prong approach to bolster infrastructure by working with commercial charging partners to bring a variety of charging options to our customers, collaborating with businesses to encourage workplace charging on their campuses and engaging in pilots with our dealers to determine how to optimize the role they can play in EV infrastructure," said Jones