Nissan delivers first all-electric taxi to Barcelona (Image: Nissan)

Nissan delivers first all-electric taxis to Barcelona and Madrid

[From October 2014] NISSAN DELIVERS FIRST ALL-ELECTRIC TAXIS TO BARCELONA AND MADRID Delivery marks significant milestone in the expansion of zero-emission transportation to Europe’s city centres Madrid and Barcelona (Tuesday 21st October) – The era of the 100% electric taxi has arrived to Spain’s two largest cities, as Nissan delivered its first 100% electric taxis

Nissan e-NV200 Electric Van (Image: Nissan)

Taxi Electric is first to use Nissan’s e-NV200 taxi in Amsterdam

[From May 2014] This summer Taxi Electric becomes the first taxi company in Amsterdam to adopt the zero-emission Nissan e-NV200 Taxi Electric first 100% Nissan LEAF fleet since November 2011 Pioneering Amsterdam-based company have covered 1.5 million km demonstrating Nissan EVs’ quality and reliability AMSTERDAM, Netherlands – Taxi Electric will be the first private taxi

Power to spare - Nissan and Endesa sign pledge to promote Europe's first mass market vehicle-to-grid system (Image: Nissan)

Power to Spare – Nissan and Endesa Sign Vehicle to Grid Pledge

POWER TO SPARE – NISSAN AND ENDESA SIGN PLEDGE TO PROMOTE EUROPE’S FIRST MASS MARKET VEHICLE TO GRID SYSTEM Nissan and Endesa, an Enel Group subsidiary, collaborate on bringing key technologies to market Game-changing technology unlocks the potential of two-way charging and allows customers to reduce costs by selling power from electric vehicle batteries to the

Citi: Battery storage to hasten demise of fossil fuels

Investment bank says wide deployment of battery storage will hasten the demise of fossil fuels and utilities that remain focused on centralised generation. It tips rapid fall in costs and a $400bn storage market by 2030. citi reportInvestment bank Citigroup predicts that the wide deployment of battery storage technologies will hasten the demise of fossil

A trial deployment of Moixa's residential storage systems have been supported by the UK government in a competitive demonstration scheme. (Image: Moixa)

UK energy minister defends record on energy storage

The UK’s minister for energy has said that her government is not planning any framework of incentives for energy storage, but said nonetheless that public funds can help “bridge the gap” between ideas and commercialisation. Amber Rudd, a minister at the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), attended an event hosted in Westminster, London