Japanese auto manufacturer Nissan introduced a new electric vehicle charger which will go on sale in Japan this November, with sales being expanded to Europe and the US at a later date. The new charger will cost half of what the current model retails for and is considerably smaller and contains fewer parts. The chargers are intended, primarily, for installation in locations such as: highways, airports, shopping centers, convenience stores and gas stations.  Installation of chargers in these locations would help to establish the charging infrastructure necessary to drive truly wide scale consumer adoption of electric vehicles.

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