Electric vehicles are particularly environmentally friendly because they consume little to no fossil fuels, have fewer moving components that need to be maintained, and have minimal operating expenses (petrol or diesel).
While some electric cars (EVs) employed lead acid or nickel metal hydride batteries, lithium ion batteries are now thought to be the industry standard for battery electric vehicles due to their longer lifespan, excellent energy retention, and self discharge rate of only 5% per month.
Although attempts have been made to increase the safety of these batteries, there are still issues with them due to the possibility of thermal runaway, which has, for instance, led to fires or explosions .
The Vatican City Electric Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Head of the pontifical commission for Vatican City State, received the zero-emissions LEAF, the first mass-market electric vehicle (EV) in the world.
Following the unveiling of the Laudato si’ Action Platform, which takes its name from the pope’s influential encyclical on the environment and aims to make Catholic institutions environmentally sustainable within seven years, the donation was made.
At a special ceremony held at the Vatican, Managing director of Nissan in Italy, handed over the keys to the white LEAF considering it an honour to help the Holy See achieve its goal of decarbonizing its activities on behalf of Nissan. Nissan shares this objective.
they want overall sales in Europe to be electric, and , they want the entire range to be electric. This builds on the legacy of the Nissan LEAF, which was the first mass-market EV.
The Nissan LEAF is made in Sunderland, UK, and is available with two battery sizes and features such as Nissan’s e-Pedal, for single-pedal driving.
Nissan has revealed intentions to quadruple the amount of renewable energy produced on-site at the facility’s demands, which would be sufficient to produce each LEAF sold in Europe.
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