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Nissan to bring electric vehicles to Atlanta

It’s hosted the Olympics and the Superbowl in the past – and now Atlanta will be home to electric vehicles. Nissan North America has entered into an agreement with Clean Cities Atlanta (CC-A) to promote the development of electric vehicles in the state. Under the terms of the agreement, the two will collaborate on plans to promote a charging infrastructure as well as to deploy a charging network. The collaboration will also see the partners work together to co-ordinate policies and streamline the deployment of electric vehicles. The Nissan LEAF will be rolled out in the state in 2011. CC-A is made up of a coalition of utilities, public interest groups, government agencies and public and private fleets with the aim of advancing the use of alternatives to petrol and diesel. Atlanta is just the latest in a growing network of electric vehicle initiatives set up by Nissan and its alliance partner Renault around the world. In total, more than 80 governments, cities and other organisations are involved with the alliance with regard to the deployment of electric vehicles.

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Paul Lucas

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