Owners of the all-electric Nissan Leaf currently have access to 2,600 free charging stations across the US, and the company says that number is set to grow.
As part of its “no charge to charge” program, Nissan has announced that it will support the installation of 500 new quick chargers in key Leaf markets across the US, mostly at Nissan dealerships and participating businesses. The program lets Leaf owners take advantage of five different charging networks, ChargePoint, Blink, CarCharging, Aerovironment and NRG eVgo, by using an ‘EZ-Charge’ card.
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A quick charging station can provide 80 percent of a charge to a Leaf in about 30 minutes. Currently, Nissan Leaf owners can access charging stations in San Francisco, Sacramento, San Diego, Seattle, Portland, Oregon, Nashville, Phoenix, Dallas, Houton and Washington D.C. In the next year, Nissan will spread quick chargers to at least 15 additional US markets.
To find eligible chargers, customers can visit EZ-Charge.com
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