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Renault-Nissan Alliance EV Shuttle At COP21 (Videos)

In Paris, Renault-Nissan Alliance is providing official transport for the United Nation’s COP21. It is the largest fleet of electric vehicles for an international conference, with 200 EVs to transport delegates. 200 pure electric cars quietly, silently transporting people emissions-free to the annual summit that runs from November 30 to December 11. Now, the Renault-Nissan Alliance has released a video about this.

Enjoy the positive personalities in the short video — either in English (above) or French (below). Claire Martin, VP Corporate Social Responsibility, firmly states, “Governments could do more. First of all, charging infrastructure, having free parking in the cities, governments could also support EVs by financial benefits like fiscal advantages for people attempting to switch.

Here you can enjoy in French if you prefer:

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