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February 10, 2022

Nissan PH Cooks Up A Party Using Power From The LEAF (w/ Video)

In collaboration with Filipino celebrity chef Rob Pengson, Nissan Philippines showcases the Nissan LEAF and its vehicle-to-load (V2L) capability to power up his kitchen equipment to cook delicious meals for guests during an event.

After a transformative year in 2021, Nissan Philippines has launched the Blue Switch initiative in the country.

Blue Switch is the next phase of Nissan’s electrification plans built on Nissan Ambition 2030, the company’s long-term vision for empowering mobility by strengthening their aim of becoming a sustainable company that drives towards a cleaner, safer, and more inclusive world. 

Blue Switch is focused on building key partnerships that address social concerns with the use of electric vehicle technologies. Started in 2018 in Japan, the initiative focused on partnering with government and private stakeholders to promote and encourage the use of electric vehicles to address social concerns like energy management, ecotourism, and disaster response.

“When we integrate EV technology into society, we can unify people, systems, and our goals as a nation. EVs can boost tourism, protect the environment, help us respond to emergencies faster, and help enrich the lives of many people. We are looking to turn this dream into reality this 2022 and we can do this by working together,” said Atsushi Najima, Nissan Philippines President and Managing Director.

1 comment:

  1. Hope the Philippine govt will give more incentives for EVs to make the pricing lower. I think the EV bill/soon to be law will do that 😊
    Kudos to Nissan and other companies that are doing everything they can to promote EVs and hybrid vehicles 👏👏👏
    - Mark J.


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