Polish Briefing 6 June, 2018 9:00 am   
Editorial staff

Polish Briefing: Nissan Leaf has already found 100,000 users in Europe, also in Poland

What goes on in Poland on the 5th of June.

Nissan Leaf has already found 100,000 users in Europe, also in Poland

The Eastern Europe Energy Forum is held in Warsaw under the media patronage of Robert Prusiński, director of the Polish branch of Nissan Sales CEE, said on the panel “How much Polish innovation in electromobility” that vision, courage and determination in the implementation of electromobility are needed.

– The company decided to invest in electromobility of the order of 3 billion dollars already in 2007. In 2010, Nissan Leaf became the car of the year. So far 300,000 units of this car have been sold worldwide. The vehicle has already traveled 4 billion kilometers, and 100,000 electricians have already been sold in Europe. In Wrocław, he travels 200 Leafs on carsharing services. Since October last year, these vehicles have already traveled 1 million kilometers. The company also sold 15,000 vehicles – said Prusiński

The panelist said that the real range of Nissan Leaf is 270 km in a mixed cycle and up to 389 km in the urban cycle. There are 400 orders for this vehicle in Poland. It’s more than its sales last year. Orders in Europe now reach 35,000 units. Prusiński stressed that Nissan Leaf can be managed via a smartphone. It is equipped with a vehicle to grid system that gives energy to the battery and to the system. The company offers the entire ecosystem, that is also stationary energy stores.

Nord Stream 2 takes responsibility for the water pollution near Greifswald

After the grease leak on the beach near Greifswald, the Minister of the Environment of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Till Backhaus (SPD) met with a representative of Nord Stream 2 AG.

Member of the board of Nord Stream 2 AG Hennig Kothe said that his company is taking responsibility for the last week, when the beach was flooded with a difficult to identify substance, which, as it turned out, came from a damaged dredger conducting preparatory work before the construction of the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.

The Minister of the Environment of Mecklenburg Till Backhaus said at the meeting that the services had collected 70 kilograms of fat, and that the relevant services had checked dozens of kilometers of beaches. He also stated that the bathing prohibition no longer applies, but he sensitized the sunbathers to keep them on the remaining clods of fat.