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Switzerland: Nissan in deal to cut DC charger prices

Nissan has signed an agreement with the European utility and electrical vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) companies Circutor, DBT, Efacec, Endesa and Siemens to speed the development of cheaper, smaller, fast CHAdeMo DC chargers and accelerate the installation of publicly-available Quick Charge (QC) points across Europe. No information has been released It’s time to log in … Continued

Nissan has signed an agreement with the European utility and electrical vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) companies Circutor, DBT, Efacec, Endesa and Siemens to speed the development of cheaper, smaller, fast CHAdeMo DC chargers and accelerate the installation of publicly-available Quick Charge (QC) points across Europe. No information has been released

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