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Nissan's historic plant is preparing for the electric era and following Toyota's lead by announcing its plans for solid

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Nissan's historic Yokohama plant, Japan's first mass-production factory, is shifting its focus to solid-state EV batteries, representing the industry's move towards electric cars. The plant, known for producing engines and electric motors, will soon begin pilot production of advanced solid-state batteries, which are expected to offer higher energy density and faster charging times. Nissan aims to deliver a solid-state battery by 2028 that can hold twice the energy of current lithium-ion batteries, charging in one-third of the time and costing around $75 per kWh.

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  • Videlis Eddie

    42 w

    Such a nice move and a very encouraging one other manufacturers should follow this steps...

    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

      47 w

      Amazing developments from Nissan

      • johnte ndeto

        47 w

        such cars have zero carbon emissions and it's so encouraging

        • winnie nguru

          47 w

          Its encouraging to see more and more manufacturers come up. Good one Nissan

          • Markus Lutteman

            47 w

            Great. Now we need brave politicians who create laws that forces manufacturers ro make these batteries 100% recyclable.

            • Elizabeth Gathigia

              47 w

              Brilliant plan, thats the way @ Nissan

              • Princess

                47 w

                This is a good move, since Vehicles powered by electric motors have significant benefits, including less consumption of fossil fuels, lower greenhouse gas emissions, lower fuel costs, and lower maintenance costs.

                • walter lungayi

                  47 w

                  This is a great move. It should have started early as soon as possible. vehicles using clean energy is the best option in striving to reduce climate change.

                  • Jengaj John

                    47 w

                    @walter_lungayi Its better to be late than not to start,lets give them time to come up with a concrete plan for a better future.

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