Nissan LEAF EV leads in fighting air pollution in Thailand

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Highlights

With the latest release of electric vehicle (Nissan LEAF), Nissan has took a major step in reducing air pollution with decrease of CO2 by 2 million metric tons since 2010.

Contributions to environment

  • Saved emission of 4.6 metric tons of green house gases.
  • Saved emission of 2.1 metric tons of CO2 (a major green house gas that leads to global warming).
  • Driven more than 13 billion km(s) with no harm to environment.

Why Electric Vehicles (EV)? According to 2020’s air quality analysis by United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP), air pollution is word’s 5th major cause of health risk. It contributes to 9 percent of deaths world wide. 92 percent of Asia’s population is exposed to air pollution, specially India. Still we require to reduce about 55 percent of CO2 to avoid the effect of global warming at a safe line.

Definitely use of EVs is a great step towards an eco-friendly environment. We require more non-commercial sources instead of burning diesel and fossil fuels. Here,

Highlights

With the latest release of electric vehicle (Nissan LEAF), Nissan has took a major step in reducing air pollution with decrease of CO2 by 2 million metric tons since 2010.

Contributions to environment

  • Saved emission of 4.6 metric tons of green house gases.
  • Saved emission of 2.1 metric tons of CO2 (a major green house gas that leads to global warming).
  • Driven more than 13 billion km(s) with no harm to environment.

Why Electric Vehicles (EV)? According to 2020’s air quality analysis by United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP), air pollution is word’s 5th major cause of health risk. It contributes to 9 percent of deaths world wide. 92 percent of Asia’s population is exposed to air pollution, specially India. Still we require to reduce about 55 percent of CO2 to avoid the effect of global warming at a safe line.

Definitely use of EVs is a great step towards an eco-friendly environment. We require more non-commercial sources instead of burning diesel and fossil fuels. Here, Nissan’s contributions are remarkable.

More about Nissan

The company is a global vehicle manufacturer started in 1933 with the goal known as “Nissan Intelligent Mobility”, of producing and innovating zero emission and high technology vehicles for the world. It also plans to produce better autonomous cars i.e. self-driven cars. It started its business in Thailand since 1952 and till now it has grown at large scale. Out there, it has 5 companies and 2 production bases. With 170+ showrooms and other service centres, it is serves its availability all over the Thailand. In Thailand, It has ten models such as SUV, Premium Sedans, pickup trucks, Eco-cars, autonomous cars, etc. Other than these it have 50+ models.

In 2018, it sold its 5.52 million vehicles to the world with the revenue of 11.6 trillion yen. It got partnership with Renault since 1999 and also collaborated with Mitsubishi Motors with stake holding of 34 percent. They all together sold 10.76 million vehicles in 2018. Nissan’s contributions are remarkable.

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