Distributed Energy Resources, Energy Efficiency, Energy Storage, Industrial - November 29, 2021
Nissan Sets 2030 Goal To Build More EVs
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. unveiled Nissan Ambition 2030, the company's new long-term vision for increasing its sustainability by building more electrified vehicles.
Based on customer demands, Nissan will introduce 23 new electrified models, including 15 new EVs by fiscal year 2030 aiming for an electrification mix of more than 50% globally across the Nissan and INFINITI brands. The vision supports Nissan's goal to be carbon neutral across the life cycle of its products by fiscal year 2050.
Over the next 10 years, Nissan will deliver more electrified vehicles and technological innovations while expanding its operations globally. Through Nissan Ambition 2030 the company aims to accelerate the electrification of its vehicle lineup and rate of technology innovation with investments of 2 trillion yen over the next five years.
“The role of companies to address societal needs is increasingly heightened,” said Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida in a statement. “With Nissan Ambition 2030 we will drive the new age of electrification, advance technologies to reduce carbon footprint and pursue new business opportunities.”
Nissan has invested in building charging infrastructure and energy management. With the introduction of 20 new EV and e-POWER equipped models in the next five years, Nissan intends to increase its electrification sales mix across major markets by fiscal year 2026, including:
- Europe by more than 75% of sales
- Japan by more than 55% of sales
- China by more than 40% of sales
- The United States by 40% of EV sales in fiscal year 2030
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