Nissan’s Electric Car at OSU Today

Nissan's electric car

Nissan's electric car

If you’re in Corvallis today and into zero emission vehicles, check out Nissan’s full-size, all-electric car at the Kelly Engineering building from 3:30 to 5. It’s powered by a lithium-ion battery that can go 100 miles on a single charge and wil cost less for feul than gasoline-powered vehicles. Oregon State is already involved in various research projects in the electric vehicle arena, says Ron Adams, dean of OSU’s College of Engineering.

2 Responses to “Nissan’s Electric Car at OSU Today”

  1. dan watkins says:

    Hey, does OSU have any electric car parking spots (where it can recharge) on campus? thanks

  2. Dave says:

    Hi Dan, thanks for the question. We’d need to know where on campus you need to go, but we might be able to accommodate you with a 120 volt outlet. Even better, we will be installing official, high capacity charging stations in the parking structure early next year. Our campus sustainability office is a great place to check in for that type of info.