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Nissan Motor’s measures to address environmental issues, focusing on electric vehicles

The 23 rd Conference of CACCI. Nissan Motor’s measures to address environmental issues, focusing on electric vehicles. Monday, June 1, 2009 Tadao Takahashi Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Long-term changes in various countries’ automobile production. Unit: 1 million. 2009 ?. Others. Japan.

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Nissan Motor’s measures to address environmental issues, focusing on electric vehicles

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  1. The 23rd Conference of CACCI Nissan Motor’s measures to address environmental issues, focusing on electric vehicles Monday, June 1, 2009 TadaoTakahashi Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

  2. Long-term changes in various countries’ automobile production Unit: 1 million 2009? Others Japan France, Germany, Italy, the UK The US Year

  3. Challenges faced by the world’s automakers • Survival under the current financial crisis and worldwide recession (problem for Japan: the high yen) • Competition in the markets of newly-emerging countries • Coping with environmental issues The structure of the global economy is poised to undergo radical changes.

  4. Competition in the markets of newly-developing countries: low-cost cars The global entry car strategy Launch low-cost cars in over 150 countries beginning in 2010   ・Platform exclusively for Segment A   ・Status cars with modern styling and a roomy interior   ・3 types of models Global shares of segment-A and B entry cars Production to start in 2010 Thailand India China Predicted 34. Source: Global Insights (Jan. 2009) FY’08 3rd quarter settlement report

  5. Coping with environmental issues 90 80 70 BAU* 60 Reduce it to 1/5 the current level by 2100 50 40 Worldwide CO2 emissions (Gt) 30 20 550 ppm 10 2000 2050 2100 2150 2200 2250 2300 Temperature (℃) Preventing global warming The established theory (based on IPCC reports): To limit the Earth’s average temperature rise to within +2 ºC,         ↓ we will need to stabilize the level of atmospheric CO2 at below 550 ppm. +2 ºC CO2 concentration Source: Assessment Report No. 3 by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (year) *BAU (Business as Usual): The scenario anticipated if no countermeasures were taken

  6. Nissan’s environmental efforts Adoption and expansion of Electric Vehicles Advanced engines and transmissions FCV (XTRAIL) EV (Pivo) VVEL DIG HEV (Altima) Battery development Collaborating with other sectors Clean diesel CVT/ High- performance TM ITS Project

  7. Roadmap of Nissan’s eco-cars Reducing CO2 emissions through new technologies on powertrains and vehicles 100 80 60 CO2 Emission (%) 40 Clean diesel VVEL+DIG Gasoline Engines Nissan Original Hybrid 20 0 EV/FCV

  8. Outline of Nissan’s new EV Planned to be released in 2010 Unique body design A prototype model announced in 2008 • Journalists’ comments • - Quiet and unique riding comfort • - Far surpasses expectations • - Spectacular acceleration

  9. Charge Discharge Becoming a leader with zero-emission vehicles Nissan’s advanced lithium ion battery technology Half the size Double output Double energy Compact and flexible packaging > 2.5 kW/kg* 140 Wh/kg* Conventional type Laminated type Conventional type Laminated type Cylindrical type Laminated type * After endurance experiments * After endurance experiments High reliability has been secured Lithium manganese spinel with stable crystal structure even under overcharged conditions A laminated structure having outstanding cooling performance Securing of stability through cell management

  10. Become a leader with zero-emissions vehicles Status of progress of electric vehicles • Production will begin at the Oppama Plant in the fall of 2010; production capacity is planned to be expanded from an initial 50,000 units/year • Production in other countries is also being considered • Batteries will be produced at AESC in Zama • Motors will be produced at the Yokohama Plant • Inverters will initially be produced in Zama Laminated cell Performance-experiment vehicle Battery module

  11. Automotive Energy Supply Corporation (AESC) • AESC: a joint-venture of Nissan (51%) and NEC group (49%). • AESC enables to: • develop optimized battery for electric powered vehicle from material selection to vehicle application. • provide assurance based on the deep understanding and experience of vehicle installations.

  12. Scenario for catalyzing and developing a growing market for electric vehicles (EVs) • We will cooperate with relevant industries to conduct demonstration experiments of EVs and promote their widespread use. EV Latest IT • Car rentals; car sharing Generation of renewable energy + • Sightseeing taxis • Fleets Study preferential treatment systems, etc. Park and charge (fast charging) Priority lanes EV Priority Priority parking spaces

  13. Expanding the market for EVs through programs conducted jointly with various regions • Preferential policies such as incentives, taxes, priority lanes, etc. • Establishment of infrastructures (battery-recharging, recycling, etc.) One North East - UK GreenTomatoCars Elektromotive Oak Ridge National Laboratory Seattle -Washington Tennessee Denmark Oregon EDF China Raleigh – N. Carolina ALPIQ Phoenix - Arizona Portugal Kanagawa Prefecture Israël Tucson - Arizona Monaco Hong Kong California City of Yokohama Singapore

  14. Programs carried out by Kanagawa Prefecture and Yokohama City We will continue to step up our cooperation with municipalities to help increase the uptake of EVs

  15. Yokohama Mobility “Project ZERO” • On March 4, 2009, Nissan announced an action plan to cooperate with Yokohama in realizing the city’s Environmental Model City project. • The city will be divided into central and surrounding areas, and means of mobility suited to each region will be provided. Reduce CO2 emissions to zero by using EVs and building a battery-charging infrastructure Central area Zero Carbon Central area Promotion of EVs Surrounding area Improvement of congestion Promotion of eco-driving Surrounding area Reduce CO2 emissions by improving traffic congestion and promoting eco-driving Low Carbon

  16. Nissan Head Office Minato Mirai IC Minato Mirai IC EV EV EV EV EV EV 山下町IC P P P P P P Yokohama Mobility “Project ZERO” Construction and improvement of the city’s central area in cooperation with the City of Yokohama ○ Designation of an EVSpecial Zone ○ Creation of urban space optimized for the use of EVs   ・Park and ride   ・Car sharing   ・Installing battery chargers   ・Creating parking lots exclusively for EVs Corporate car-sharing Condos Car sharing for condo residents Pacifico Yokohama μMobility Road Arukaefu P: 350 cars Reserved road Used Car Center Red Brick Warehouse Landmark Tower P: 1400cars Corporate car-sharing EVmodel road Hub function Open cafe Government offices’ car sharing EVRoad & Transit Mall Yamashita Park and Promenade EVmodel road Bashamichi St. Restricted access EV-only parking and charging; non-contact recharging route, etc, Nihon Odori Hotel car-sharing Yamashita Park P: 500 cars Chinatown P: 500 cars Yamashita-cho P: 300 cars

  17. Thank you very much for your attention. We will unveil a new-type electric vehicle in early August.

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