Nissan adopts 15 EV chargers, is first on nappy duty (video)
Nissan’s concerned that Leaf owners aren’t getting around enough. So, until IBM’s super-batteries arrive or Exxon starts installing charging points in its gas stations, the car maker’s got to do it itself. In partnership with charity Adopt-A-Charger, it’s paying for 15 charging points in California, three at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and twelve at the Music Concourse in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Customers will have totally free access, with Nissan pledging to pay for the upkeep and electricity that the public uses. After the break we’ve got a video whose narrator probably makes Chris Hansen jealous of his voice.