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Launched in April in the US and now being extended, these seems brilliant, can we have some too please Nissan UK?!

"One of the biggest benefits of driving an electric car is the low cost of refueling, which in a car like the Nissan LEAF generally runs between $2 and $4 from an in-home charger. Out in public though, you’re at the mercy of privately-run charging stations that often cost a whole lot more. Until now.

Nissan has expanded its “No Charge to Charge” Program, offering new Nissan LEAF buyers two years of free charging from over 2,600 public charging stations in 10 major metro areas. Now going electric has gotten even cheaper.

Nissan recently expanded its CHAdeMO fast-charging network, adding over 500 stations in the past 18 months and bringing the total number to well over 600 stations. This new network of free fast chargers is Nissan’s way of competing with the Tesla Supercharger network, which offers fast, free charging with the purchase of a properly-equipped Model S."


http://cleantechnica.com/2014/07/10/nissan-launches-charge-charge-program-leaf-buyers/
 

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I suspect that if this were to come to the UK the way it would work is that Nissan would persuade locations that currently have free charging to charge non-Nissan customers. So please let's not have it!
 
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