Thursday, January 20, 2022

Nissan to install over 600 EV charging stations at its dealerships in Europe

Nissan is planning to expand the charging infrastructure at its dealerships in Europe through two major collaborations. One of them is Allego, which will install DC chargers at Nissan dealers in 16 countries. In Germany and the UK, Nissan dealers will build infrastructure with E.ON.

Allego says that this “long-term partnership” includes not only the construction of the charging infrastructure, but also its operation and maintenance, although the maintenance contract is initially set for five years.

Allego says it will be expanding and managing the DC charging network at dealerships over 600 locations across the 16 countries.

This will include Nissan’s partners in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Estonia, Latvia, Portugal, Switzerland and Lithuania.

In Germany and the UK, new EV charging stations will be the responsibility of E.ON.

Generally, the charging stations installed and operated by both E.ON and Allego will be DC charging points with 50 kW and 24 kW.

Nissan is making the charging points open for all electric vehicle drivers, irrespective of their vehicle’s make and charging capacity, meaning that the new charging points will not be only exclusively open to Nissan customers.

The charging points will be connected to roaming services via Hubject and can thus be used with four different charging services. The EV charging prices will be determined by the individual dealers and Nissan customers will receive special conditions via the Nissan Charge App.

“Since launching the world’s first mass-market electric vehicle in 2010, the Leaf, Nissan has continuously strived to make the benefits of electric mobility accessible to drivers every day,”.. “As we push forwards into a new chapter for Nissan’s all-electric vehicle line-up with the innovative Ariya coupe crossover and versatile, fully electric Townstar light commercial vehicle, our comprehensive charging infrastructure expansion plan in partnership with Allego is further evidence of our continued commitment to electric mobility,”

Jean-Philippe Roux, Deputy Vice President, Network Development & Customer Quality, Nissan Amio
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