Nissan powers up EV, battery, and home energy goals with new $17.7bn plan

Michael Holder
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Nissan's LEAF is one of the world's top selling EV models | Credit: Nissan
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Nissan's LEAF is one of the world's top selling EV models | Credit: Nissan

Japanese carmaker aiming for 75 per cent EV sales in Europe by 2030 as it invests in global supply chain for battery technology

Nissan has ramped up its electric vehicle (EV) and battery production targets backed by a fresh $17.7bn investment drive, as the Japanese carmaker eyes a bigger bite of the rapidly growing global zero...

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