Last week I heard that there was a charging point with free parking in Bournemouth and as my nephew is studying at Bournemouth Uni I decided to visit in the Nissan Leaf. This is how I got on. I live in Saltash, Cornwall and so given the range of about 85 miles of the Leaf … Continue reading Trip to Bournemouth
For months now, ever since I got my Nissan Leaf, I have been shouting the benefits of electric cars. I have gone out of my way to promote them, I have argued their advantages on Facebook and Twitter, I have driven my car the length and breadth of England (literally!) to show that they are … Continue reading Why Electric Cars Are Not Yet Ready For Market
You know, the more I hear about the charging infrastructure that is being built in the UK by the Plugged in Places schemes the more I despair. It seems to me that the Plugged in Places projects are being run by people that have never owned an EV (Electric vehicle) in their life. Nor have … Continue reading No more slow charging posts and more fast chargers please
As you may know, Nissan and Renault form an official alliance with each owning shares in the other. This alliance was formed in 1999 and they have been sharing some technology ever since. With the advent of electric vehicles (EVs) and the development of complex and expensive technologies such as battery and charging tech you … Continue reading The Renault/Nissan Alliance – What Alliance?