The climate change summit just closed its doors in Paris, during which 195 nations signed the historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change to keep temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius objective. It’s now time for us, at Renault, to share the feedback of our partnership and show a video which presents our activities during the last two weeks.
As part of a four-episode video series on where EV is taking off around the world, this instalment takes us to Norway.
As part of a four-episode video series on where EV is taking off around the world, this instalment takes us to China.
As part of a four-episode video series on where EV is taking off around the world, this installment takes us to France.
As part of a four-episode video series on where EV is taking off around the world, this installment takes us to California.
At Renault we are convinced that in only two letters we have the solution in the automotive industry to fight climate change: EV (electric vehicle). Since a couple of years a great progress has been made in the EV domain and today's EV range perfectly responds to the need of most car users. Still a certain number of questions remains regarding the infrastructure and investment needed when switching for an EV. To answer to most frequently asked questions we have met with Thomas Orsini, head of business development for electric vehicles at Renault.
Renault will deliver 240 Kangoo Maxi Z.E.s to Posten, the Norwegian postal service. This is one of the world’s biggest electric vehicle purchases so far.
How can low-emission vehicles contribute to the French energy transition and the national low-carbon strategy? What are the benefits for the economy, and under what conditions? How can France and its territories improve air quality? In order to discuss these questions, the project “En route pour un transport durable” brought together industry and civil society. Renault was among those representing the automotive industry to provide a valuable expertise on technological aspects. The work has helped quantify the likely impact on the French economy of the transition towards more energy-efficient light-duty vehicles, principally fuelled by electricity from renewable energies and by hydrogen.
For the first time Renault and The Mobility House allow their drivers to take financial advantage of a dynamic electricity tariff and gives the reducing costs and earn money with electric vehicles in the grid by automatically charging vehicles at lowest electricity cost. A bright future for all Renault Zero Emission vehicle drivers.
COP21: 3 questions for Laurence Tubiana, French Ambassador for the International Climate Negotiations
We met with Laurence Tubiana, a worldwide expert on climate change, who was appointed "Special Representative for COP21" by Laurent Fabius in May 2014. We asked her three questions on the climate change negotiations and what she expects from a group like Renault-Nissan.